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    Hélène Brun-Kyriakidis
     
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    Collection et numéro : Épitomé 3 (v. eng)
    Année : 2021
    Éditeur(s) : École française d’Athènes
    ISBN : 978-2-86958-550-8
    Largeur : 14 cm
    Hauteur : 20 cm
    Nombre de pages : 64
    Distributeurs : Peeters Publishers
    Statut : en stock
    Langue : Anglais
    Supports : livre broché
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    Renowned to this day for its Sanctuary of Apollo, the island of Delos was a flourishing trading port in antiquity that drew both Greeks and foreigners to its shores for commercial purposes. Many exotic deities – some hailing from the east and others, introduced by the Italian community, from the west – were worshipped on the island.


    Introduction
    Gods from Egypt
    The arrival of Sarapis
    The cult officialised
    A complex pantheon
    Three sanctuaries to visit
    Sarapieion A
    Sarapieion B
    Sarapieion C
    Cult practices and administration
    Cult staff and devotee associations
    Dedications and offerings
    Altars and sacrifices
    Remarkable constructions: the Sarapieia’s crypts and wells
    An exotic touch
    Personal devotion
    Isiaca in houses and tombs
    Harpocrates, a domestic divinity
    Conclusion




     
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    Exposition EFA 175

    LA CHRONIQUE DES FOUILLES

    Marathon, Brexiza

    Marathon, Brexiza. I. Dekoulakou (ASA) reports on continued excavations at the Sanctuary of the Egyptian Gods, particularly in Rooms 24 and 25.

    The floor had a fine layer of sand on which fragments of paving slabs were found, pieces of red and off-white plaster, Laconian rooftiles, coarse pottery and kitchenwares, all of which give an indication for the use of these rooms.

    Another upper part of a Corinthian capital...

    ....
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