Samothrace: Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University : The Propylon of Ptolemy II, Vol 10 (Bollingen Series LX:10) download epub
by A. Frazer,Karl Lehmann,Phyllis Williams Lehmann
Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. Volume 10, The Propylon of Ptolemy II, Princeton.
Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. Samothrace: A Guide to the Excavations and the Museum, 6th ed. rev. J. R. McCredie, Thessaloniki, pp. 94-96.
The 'Hieron' at Samothrace Phyllis Williams Lehmann: Samothrace: Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts of. .Aesthetics Made Easy Rhys Carpenter: Greek Art, a Study of the Formal Evolution of Style. Pp. 239; 9 Plates, 54 Figs
The 'Hieron' at Samothrace Phyllis Williams Lehmann: Samothrace: Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. 239; 9 Plates, 54 Figs. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press (London: Oxford University Press), 1962.
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The results of these excavations, original ly published in preliminary reports in the American Journal of Archaeology, Hesperia, and Archaeology, are gradually appearing in final form in Samothrace, Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University (Bollingen Series LX). Volume 3 of this series, devoted to the Hieron, will go to press early in 1965. Until its publication, the rea der is referred to Professor Lehmann’s Samothrace. 278 Phyllis Williams Lehmann bers of its trussed roof were concealed by a wooden coffered ceiling adorned with cast bronze mouldings.
Excavations conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Vol. 2, Part i: The Inscriptions on Stone. x+154; 13 plates. New York: Pantheon Books Inc. (for Bollingen Foundation), 1960. xiii+163; 29 plates. 2, Part ii: The Inscriptions on Ceramics and Minor Objects. Volume 12 Issue 1 - J.Occlusion of the right external iliac artery in a marathon runner. January 2001 · Geneeskunde en sport.
Flexner lecturer Bryn Mawr College, 1977. Baldwin lecturer Oberlin College, 1982. Phyllis Williams Lehmann has been listed as a noteworthy archaeologist, educator by Marquis Who's Who. Works. Samothrace, Vol. 5: The Temenos (2 Volume Set)
Since 1938, the Institute of Fine Arts has worked in the Sanctuary of the Great .
Since 1938, the Institute of Fine Arts has worked in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, uncovering the home of its famous mystery cult with its series of great, marble buildings, dedicated by Philip II and his successors and seminal in the formation of Hellenistic architecture. At present, emphasis is on study and preparation of publications, as well as on conservation. The American team, sponsored by the Institute of Fine Arts, began its work at the Sanctuary in 1938. Except for a hiatus during World War II, work at the Sanctuary has continued ever since.
The Sanctuary of the Great Gods on the island of Samothrace was a renowned center of religious life in the eastern Mediterranean from the seventh century B.C. until the fourth century of the Christian era, and the mysteries practiced there rank in age and historical importance with those of Eleusis. Volume 10 of the records of the Samothrace excavations focuses on the elaborate Propylon dedicated by Ptolemy II, which was, from early Hellenistic times, the entrance to the Sanctuary. Among ancient Greek gatehouses, only the Propylaia of the Athenian Akropolis matched the Samothracian Propylon in precipitousness of site and number of unusual features.
The Propylon was a large, marble, temple-like building--amphiprostyle and hexastyle. Its massive substructure was penetrated by a wide, vaulted tunnel, through which flowed the waters of the torrent that formed the Sanctuary's eastern boundary. This courageous feat of Hellenistic engineering had its counterpart in the artistic audacity of the superstructure, which exhibited an Ionic facade facing the road from the city of Samothrace and a Corinthian facade facing the causeway between the Propylon and the sacred precinct. The narrow stairway to the building's attic suggests that the Propylon may have had a role in the mystery cult's liturgy.
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Publisher: Princeton Univ Press; Two volumes, 244 and 88 pages edition (September 21, 1990)
Pages: 244 pages