religion and social transformations in cyprus from the cypriot basileis to the hellenistic strategos

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Religion And Social Transformations In Cyprus

Author : Giorgos Papantoniou
ISBN : 9789004224353
Genre : Religion
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By focusing on religion, this monograph represents the first extended attempt to explore how the socio-cultural infrastructure of Cyprus was affected by the transition from segmented administration by many Cypriot kings to the island-wide government by a foreign Ptolemaic correspondent.

Poca 2005

Author : Giorgos Papantoniou
ISBN : 1407302906
Genre : History
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The fifth Postgraduate Cypriot Archaeology (POCA) workshop took place from the 21st to 22nd October 2005, hosted by the Department of Classics, Trinity College Dublin. POCA is a workshop originally designed to provide postgraduate researchers in Cypriot archaeology with a forum in which to present their work, discuss some central themes of their research, meet people who work in the same area and exchange ideas and information in a friendly and collegial environment. Contents: Script in Context: The Cypro-Minoan Script and its Place in Late Bronze Age Cypriot Society (Daisy Knox); The Demographic Minorities of Cyprus during the 12th century (Eleni Christou); Cyprus at the Crossroads: Intercultural Contact on Frankish Cyprus (Jimmy Schryver); Manifestations of Royalty in Cypriot Sculpture (Anna Satraki); Sacred Landscapes from Basileis to Strategos: Methodological and Interpretative Approaches (Giorgos Papantoniou); Female Representation in Hellenistic Cyprus: The Ptolemaic Court (Celine Marquaille-Telliez); Aegean Origin of Aniconic Cult of Aphrodite in Paphos (Katarzyna Zeman); The Wild Goat-and-Tree Icon and its Special Significance for Ancient Cyprus (Lesley Bushnell); The Fish and its Symbolism in the Early Christian Mosaics of Cyprus (Doria Nicolaou and Evi Karyda); Music in Medieval Cypriot Iconography: Evidence from Nativity Representations (Savvas Neocleous); Agios Georgios, Pegeia - Cape Drepanon: Integrating an Excavation Site into an Archaeological Landscape (Konstantinos Raptis and Olga-Maria Bakirtzis); A Comparative Study of Heritage Management in Israel and Cyprus (Deirdre Stritch); An Analytical Approach to the Study of Middle Bronze Age Pottery from Deneia, Cyprus (Maria Dikomitou).

Tan Men Pale Women

Author : Mary Ann Eaverly
ISBN : 9780472119110
Genre : Art
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Investigating the history behind color as a method of gender differentiation in ancient Greek and Egyptian art

Belonging And Isolation In The Hellenistic World

Author : Sheila L. Ager
ISBN : 9781442644229
Genre : History
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The Hellenistic period was a time of unprecedented cultural exchange. In the wake of Alexander's conquests, Greeks and Macedonians began to encounter new peoples, new ideas, and new ways of life; consequently, this era is generally considered to have been one of unmatched cosmopolitanism. For many individuals, however, the broadening of horizons brought with it an identity crisis and a sense of being adrift in a world that had undergone a radical structural change. Belonging and Isolation in the Hellenistic World presents essays by leading international scholars who consider how the cosmopolitanism of the Hellenistic age also brought about tensions between individuals and communities, and between the small local community and the mega-community of oikoumene, or 'the inhabited earth.' With a range of social, artistic, economic, political, and literary perspectives, the contributors provide a lively exploration of the tensions and opportunities of life in the Hellenistic Mediterranean.

Animals And Inequality In The Ancient World

Author : Benjamin S. Arbuckle
ISBN : 9781457188619
Genre : Social Science
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Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World explores the current trends in the social archaeology of human-animal relationships, focusing on the ways in which animals are used to structure, create, support, and even deconstruct social inequalities. The authors provide a global range of case studies from both New and Old World archaeology—a royal Aztec dog burial, the monumental horse tombs of Central Asia, and the ceremonial macaw cages of ancient Mexico among them. They explore the complex relationships between people and animals in social, economic, political, and ritual contexts, incorporating animal remains from archaeological sites with artifacts, texts, and iconography to develop their interpretations. Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World presents new data and interpretations that reveal the role of animals, their products, and their symbolism in structuring social inequalities in the ancient world. The volume will be of interest to archaeologists, especially zooarchaeologists, and classical scholars of pre-modern civilizations and societies.

Individuals And Society In Mycenaean Pylos

Author : Dimitri Nakassis
ISBN : 9004244514
Genre : History
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This book revises our understanding of Mycenaean society through a detailed prosopographical analysis of individuals attested in the administrative texts from the Palace of Nestor at Pylos in southwestern Greece, ca. 1200 BC.

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