2 edition of sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos. found in the catalog.
sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos.
John M. Cook
|LC Classifications||DS156 K3 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cook, J.M. (John Manuel). Sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos. London, Cambridge U.P., (OCoLC) The Hemithea sanctuary and oracle was mentioned by Diodorus (Diod.63).
It was erected ca m above the plain on the ridge of the Eren Dagi. References ↑George E. Bean, Turkey Beyond the Archaeological Guide, London Ernest Jerseyp, ] [J. Cook, W. Plommer, The sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos, Cambridge University Press.
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Yet it contains so many difficulties (of text, metre, dating and interpretation) that even Wilamowitz regarded it as one of Pindar's most Pages: Temple of Hemithea at Kastabos. The sanctuary is described by Diodorus in Book v,and lies about a thousand feet above sea-level on the north-west slopes of the Carian Chersonese, overlooking from the south-east the more easterly isthmus on the long Cnidian Peninsula.
It is the first Greek sanctuary of any importance and. Art & Archaeology. To search for a particular book please enter its title using quotation marks. The Sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos - SKU: Cambridge U.P Hardback w.
soiled d/w. Jacket slightly scratched and spotting on upper edge of book block, otherwise very good condition. "Greek Sanctuaries" offers a good basic understanding of ancient Greek sanctuary sites and temple architecture. Assuming no prior knowledge, it introduces the reader to a select number of sites and temples in some depth, explaining technical terms along the way.
The author has borne in mind the needs of students at sixth-form and university level, as well. Dark green cloth covers are rubbed along edges and show a few fairly light scuffs; Paper label on spine is chipped, though all lettering remains good; Paper illustration on front cover is chipped on upper edge not affecting image and is otherwise good; End leaves are darkened; Edges of contents are a little darkened; Volume remains tight and contents are otherwise clean and intact.
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City and sanctuary in Hellenistic Asia Minor. Constructing civic identity in the sacred landscapes of Mylasa and Stratonikeia in Karia. Hemithea (Kastabos) c.2km E. Description: The Classical Journal publishes scholarly articles on Greek and Latin language and literature and on all other aspects of classical studies, together with book reviews.
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Among the less well-preserved and newly identified or recently studied are a theater at Kastabos, located on a high hill in Caria in Turkey, opposite Rhodes (examined by Christine Wilkening-Aumann). It served the sanctuary of Hemithea, a local healing goddess. "Archy and Mehitabel" is the creation of Don Marquis, a columnist for the New York Tribune, who writes from the perspective of Archy, a free-verse poet reincarnated as a cockroach.
At nights, Archy crawls onto a typewriter and slowly crafts his poetry by slamming his body onto the keys, one letter at a time/5. The Sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos. Cambridge: University Press, Illustrated with full pages plates and many text illustrations.
xiii + pp., tall 8vo, cloth, d.w.; covers are slightly askew, dust wrapper price clipped. Cambrdige: At The University Press, A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper. More. Author of The Persian Empire, The Greeks In Ionia And The East, and Sanctuary of Hemithea at Kastabos/5.
The Greek goddess Artemis, and her Roman equivalent Diana, constitute a multifaceted divinity. In Greek mythology, she is the twin sister of Apollo and the virgin goddess who lives in the hills and the forests.
She is potnia theron, the mistress of the animals, but she is also the goddess of child birth and fertility. This volume, from the series Acta Hyperborea, contains a wide range of.For decades, The Sanctuary and its duplicates served as Thanos' base of operations until they were all either wrecked or destroyed.
The last surviving Sanctuary ship was recently comandeered by.The sanctuary itself, whose main buildings date from c. B. C., was dedicated to the Goddess Hemithea. It adds to our knowledge of a special sort of Greek shrine which was popular in the early Hellenistic age and is a perfect instance of a religious gathering place designed for a short, well attended festival.