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Hellenistic Tomb Paintings Of Marisa (Palestine Exploration Fund)
674da32071 .. Each is of a different design, and one has a base decorated with griffins. 25. Strabo xvi 4, 5; 7; Diodorus Siculus iii 2627; 36, 3; Paul G.P. 22. Their deployment by Seleucid armies is succinctly described in 1 Maccabees 6-3537- The great beasts were distributed among the phalanxes; by each were stationed a thousand men, equipped with coats of chain-mail and bronze helmets. Scholars have remarked on the small size of this elephant in relation to the adjacent rhinoceros. 5270, 107, 124134, 154187, 200, 209, 238254; M. Burstein, Agatharchides of Cnidus On the Erythraean Sea (London- Hakluyt Society, 1989), pp. WordPress Theme by Solostream.
Stephen and the Ecole Biblique in Jerusalem. 4445, 47; Stanley M. Victoria Foertmeyer (The dating of the Pompe of Ptolemy II Philadelphus, in Historia 37 , pp. Jacobson, BAR 30:02, Mar-Apr 2004. Why did the artists of Marisa decorate Tomb I with wild animals and with a hunting scene? Hunting scenes appear frequently in funerary contexts in the classical world12 and were particularly popular on tombs and sarcophagi of aristocrats because they projected an image of bravery.13 Wild animals appear widely in artistic and architectural decoration of the Hellenistic period, especially in Hellenistic Alexandria. of Toronto Press, 2000], pp. In early June 1902, the American scholar and Episcopal minister John Peters and the German classical scholar Hermann Thiersch were alerted to the haphazard discoveries being turned up in these illicit excavations.