1 edition of Cult and koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly found in the catalog.
Cult and koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Denver Graninger|
|Series||Brill studies in Greek and Roman epigraphy -- v. 1|
|LC Classifications||DF261.T5 G73 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011018139|
5 Pollitt , ; 3 The spectacular incorporation of dramatic landscape features, such as the theatrical setting of nature or the domestication of the wild and untamed rock-crops and shrubbery, was an essential quality of Hellenistic sacred architecture, reflecting a theatrical sense or mentality. It is the dominant principle behind the large terraced sanctuaries, such as the Athena Lindia Author: Anne Marie Carstens. At the end of Second Macedonian War in BCE, Rome established Thessaly as a koinon, Federal League, and cultivated its development to make it part of hegemonic powers of central and northern Greece. At the ceremony of the Isthmian Games in BCE, Flamininus, associated in name with the Roman Senate.
In addition to a number of articles and chapters on the history, religion, and epigraphy of the northern Greek world in antiquity, he is author of Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly (Brill, ), a study of the dynamic relationship between state cult and political identity in . Book Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly (Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy), Leiden and Boston, Edited Book A Companion to Ancient Thrace, under contract with Wiley-Blackwell (co-edited with J. Valeva, E. Nankov) Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals “In as much land as the Pheraioi rule: A note on SEG ”, Tyche
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: Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly (Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy) (): Denver Graninger: BooksCited by: 7.
Cult and Koinon [ ] is a significant contribution to the history of the Hellenistic Thessalian koinon. Scholars working on the dynamic relationships between cultic practices, political structures, and identity will find a lot to think about, as will anyone interested in koina, ethnicity, or Hellenistic history Author: Denver Graninger.
Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly examines the territorial expansion of the Thessalian League ca. BCE and the development of the state religion of the League.
Individual chapters trace the adoption of a common Thessalian calendar by new members of the League, the establishment of new regional festivals, the elaboration or reorganization of older cults, and League participation in Released on: J "Bibliography" published on 01 Jan by Brill.
Although it is entitled Cult and koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly, the first sentence of its introduction describes it as a monograph which "examines the state religion of the Thessalian League, ca.
Leaving aside the anachronistic notion of "state religion", one is surprised by the severe "shrinking" of the Hellenistic age into the short period between the years depriving it thus from its first. Graninger (D.) Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly (Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy 1).
Leiden: Brill, Pp. x + €93/$ Author: Maria Mili. Denver Graninger’s Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly sets out to show how state cults “played a central role in the successful development of a regional political identity that was vital for the Thessalian League” (1) ca.
BC, which is to say in the Thessalian koinon as (re)instituted by Titus Quinctius Flamininus following the Second Macedonian War.
The book, which is a revision of. Review of Denver Graninger, Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly, Leiden, 1 vol. 16 × 24 cm, x+ p. (Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy).
ISSN: ISBN: Rezension zu Denver Graninger, Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly, Cult and Koinon [ ] is a significant contribution to the history of the Hellenistic Thessalian koinon. Scholars working on the dynamic relationships between cultic practices, political structures, and identity will find a lot to think about, as will anyone interested in koina, ethnicity, or Hellenistic history.
He has an MA in Classical archaeology from Sofia University () and a PhD in art history and archaeology from Cornell University (). His main scholarly interests focus on urbanization and warfare in the Hellenistic period. He has published articles on the archaeology and history of ancient Thrace.
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political and military aspects of the cult of Athena Itonia and its propagation among the four regions of ancient Greece where major evidence has come to light.
Cover illustration:LarisaMuseum,no/DedicationoftheThessalianLeagueofan usRebilius,aliasb, pp–,no. Topics: Arts & humanities:: Classical & oriental studies, Arts & sciences humaines:: Etudes classiques & orientalesAuthor: Stefano Caneva.
Denver Graninger's Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly sets out to show how state cults "played a central role in the successful development of a regional political identity that was vital for the Thessalian League" (1) ca.
BC, which is to say in the Thessalian koinon as (re)instituted by Titus Quinctius Flamininus following the Second Macedonian War. The book, which.
καὶ.πάσαςThose divinities are also depicted on Hellenistic coins issued by the. Koinon: E. Rogers, The Copper Coinage of Thessaly (London ) nos. Cult processions to Apollo Koropaios and Zeus Akraios: IG. IX 2, ; Heracleides (Pseudo-Dicaearch. us)ed. He is also the author of Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly (Brill, ), a study of the dynamic relationship between state cult and political identity in the Thessalian League, ca.
BCE. In other words, if he suggests it, you should take a look. Coinage is one of our key sources for the rich and fascinating history of the Hellenistic world (–31 BC). This book provides students of the period with an up-to-date introduction to Hellenistic gold, silver and bronze coins in their cultural and economic contexts.
Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly. Leiden. Green, P. ( A Companion to Ancient Thrace presents a series of essays that reveal the newly recognized complexity of the social and cultural phenomena of the peoples inhabiting the Balkan periphery of the Classical world.
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In 2nd cent. BC, following the decline of the Macedonian power and the abandonment of the baseilion of Demetrias by its royal masters, there were many significant sociopolitical changes that took place in the region, such as the arrival of the Romans, the reorganization of local communities after the creation of the Magnesian Koinon, as well as the reconstruction of the civic and sacred space Cited by: 1.
Full Synopsis: "The fertile plains of the ancient Greek region of Thessaly stretch south from the shadow of Mount Olympus.
Thessaly's numerous small cities were home to some of the richest men in Greece, their fabulous wealth counted in innumerable flocks and slaves.Heidelberger Althistorische Beiträge und epigraphische Studien Band 61 1. Edition () Pages, 25 schw.-w.
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