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ISBN:
050027441X
Author:
H.W. Parke
Category:
Ancient Civilizations
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thames & Hudson Ltd; New Ed edition (January 26, 1987)
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208 pages
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Festivals of the Athenians (Aspects of Greek & Roman Life Series). The bulk of the book is organized by the Athenian calendar, with a chapter devoted to each month and the festivals held therein. 0801410541 (ISBN13: 9780801410543). There are plenty of illustrative plates, a map of the major Athenian sanctuaries and a vital table laying out the Athenian calendar of festivals. It can be a little hard to follow the text sometimes and to relate one part of the book to another. This problem might have been alleviated by a thematic overview of the festivals and how Excellent reference on the subject.

The "Constitution of the Athenians" (Greek: Ἀθηναίων πολιτεία, Athenaion Politeia), also known as "On the Athenian State", is a short treatise on the government and society of classical Athens. It was preserved amongst the minor works of Xenophon, though the scholarly consensus is that he did not write it. Its date and authorship have been the subject of much dispute.

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Bibliographic Details . Publisher: Cornell University Press. Publication Date: 1986. A descriptive study of the religious festivals of the ancient Athenians, depicting and explaining the behavior associated with each, speculating on what happened at the mysteries, and elucidating the primitivism that pervaded classical Greek thought. Visit Seller's Storefront. Excellent customer service.

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Belonged to: "Aspects of Greek and Roman life" serie. This book describes the following items: Festivals Greece. Festivals Greece Athens. Athens (Greece) Social Life And Customs. Greece Religious Life And Cus, Athens (Greece), Greece, Greece. was born in 1903. Download more by: Parke, H. Find and Load Ebook Festivals of the Athenians.

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A descriptive study of the religious festivals of the ancient Athenians, depicting and explaining the behavior associated with each, speculating on what happened at the mysteries, and elucidating the primitivism that pervaded classical Greek thought. ISBN13:9780801494406. Release Date:July 1986.

The Athenians were the first to lay weapons aside and to take up a relaxed and more luxurious way of life. This paper seeks to contextualize Lycurgus' use of the historical example of King Codrus' self-sacrifice within Athenian social memory and public discourse

The Athenians were the first to lay weapons aside and to take up a relaxed and more luxurious way of life. This paper seeks to contextualize Lycurgus' use of the historical example of King Codrus' self-sacrifice within Athenian social memory and public discourse. In doing so, it offers a solution to the puzzle of Lycurgus' calling Codrus one of the ἐπώνυμοι τῆς χώρας. I make the case that Codrus was one of the forty-two eponymous age-set heroes who played an important role in the Athenian military and socio-political system.