3 edition of Aryballoi & figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia found in the catalog.
Aryballoi & figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia
P. N. Ure
|Other titles||Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia.|
|Series||Reading University studies, History of religions preservation project -- MN40036.8|
|Contributions||Burrows, Ronald Montagu, 1867-1920., Ure, Annie Dunman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||107|
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These figures are most often decorated with a central volute (in imitation of Boeotian libation vessels) produced in Boeotia between and BC. This figurine was created at the height of this period, (ca. - BCE) based on its similarity to figurines excavated at Rhitsona and in. A handmade terracotta "Papades" statuette of a goddess, of flattened form standing with arms extended and wearing a long embroidered dress and high polos with central circular ornament indicating her status as a goddess. Such Boeotian plank figurines were dubbed 'Papades' or .
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Ure: Aryballoi and Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia. An account of the early archaic pottery and of the figurines, archaic and classical, with supplementary lists of the finds of glass, beads and metal from, excavations made by R. Burrows and P. Ure in, and by P. 1ST. and A. Ure in and Cambridge: The.
Aryballoi & figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia, an account of the early archaic pottery and of the figurines, archaic and classical, with supplementary lists of the finds of glass, beads and metal, from excavations made by R.M. Burrows and P.N. Ure in, and by P.N. and A.D. Ure in andby P.N.
Ure. CXCII. - URE, P.N. Aryballoi & Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia. An Account of the Early Archaic Pottery and the Figurines, Archaic and Classical, with Supplementary Lists of the Finds of Glass, Beads, and Metal, from Excavations made by R.M.
Burrows and in, and by P.N. and A.D. Ure in andCambridge. OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/reg___num_48___t1___2Author: Alfred Laumonier. Group C, p. 33 — Group D, p. 37 -- Group E, p. 38 — Figurines from Rhitsona, p — Comparison with contemporary marble sculpture, p.
41 — A series of marble Statues from Mt. Ptοös, p. 43 — Continuity of terra cotta tradition at Rhitsona, p: Aryballoi & Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia.
An Account of the Early Archaic Pottery and the Figurines, Archaic and Classical, with Supplementary Lists of the Finds of Glass, Beads, and Metal.
Aryballoi & figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia: an account of the early archaic pottery and of the figurines, archaic and classical, with supplementary lists of the finds of glass, beads and metal, from excavations made by R.M.
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Podcasts. Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library. An aryballos (Greek: ἀρύβαλλος; plural aryballoi) was a small spherical or globular flask with a narrow neck used in Ancient Greece.
It was used to contain perfume or oil, and is often depicted in vase paintings being used by athletes during bathing. In these depictions, the vessel is at times attached by a strap to the athlete's wrist, or hung by a strap from a peg on the wall.
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In Boeotia the cup is a well used artefact when comparing Boeotia with other areas in Greece (Kilinski II58). The reason for the particular usage of this cup is still unexplained, although a.
Between them, the Ures published three books, based on their excavations at Rhitsona in Boeotia, the Homeric Mycalessus, which are still essential reference works for the typology and chronology of Boeotian, Attic and Corinthian pottery, as well as over fifty articles on Greek pottery in general and a volume in the prestigious international.
Ure P.N., Aryballoi and Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia, Cambridge,69, n, pl. XVIII. Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.
More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. Book Reviews. Work in Western Thebes, by Harold H. Nelson, Aryballoi and Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia by P.
Ure. Aryballoi and Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia by P. Ure (pp. ) Review by: Gisela M. Richter. Aryballoi and Figurines from Rhitsona in Boeotia (pp. –) By P.N. Ure Reviewed by Gisela M.A. Richter. Megarische Studien (p.
) By Krister Hanell Reviewed by G.W. Elderkin. Standards of Pottery Description (pp. –) By Benjamin March Reviewed by Hetty Goldman. This group of terracotta figurines dates from a period that ranges from the end of the 7 th century B.C.
to the second half of the 4 th century A.D. and with time, this initially small collection grew in scale and importance. The largest group of objects in the collection belongs to the prolific terracotta production of by: 5. An early black-figure vase from Rhitsona in Boeotia D. S. ROBERTSON.
The Authenticity and Date of Lucian J. P. MAHAFFY. The Arithmetical Figures used by Gree k writers during the Classical Period O. L. RICHMOND. The Temple s of Apollo and Divus Augustus Essays and Studies Presented to William Ridgeway: On his.Ring aryballoi Sixth & fifth century pottery from excavations made at Rhitsona by R.M.
Burrows inand by P.N. Ure and A.D. Ure in & University of Reading.The book offers a detailed and updated summary of many issues related to the objects.
(they were usually found in graves) during excavations at Rhitsona, Akraiphia, Thebes, Thespiai, and Tanagra allowed the development of a firm chronological frame associated with contemporary pottery. Tanagra figurines from Boeotia (Fourth to third.