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Human Development in Sacred Landscapes

Human Development in Sacred Landscapes cover
E-ISBN 9783847002529
P-ISBN 9783847102526
Verlag Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Erscheinungstermin 17.06.2015
Seiten 253
Autor/en Lutz Käppel, Vassiliki Pothou
Seitenpreis pro Teilnehmer Basic: 1.62 Cent / Comfort: 3.23 Cent

Kapitel

BEGINN PDF 1‑4
Title Page PDF 4‑5
Copyright PDF 5‑8
Table of Contents PDF 8‑10
Body PDF 10‑10
Acknowledgements PDF 10‑12
Lutz Käppel and Vassiliki Pothou: Prologos – Prefatory Note PDF 12‑12
I The subject
PDF 12‑13
II Human Development in Landscapes
PDF 13‑14
III Why in Delphi?
PDF 14‑15
IV The Volume
PDF 15‑20
Bettina Schulz Paulsson: Memory in Stone: Ritual Landscapes and Concepts of Monumentality in Prehistoric Societies PDF 20‑20
Sacred natural landscapes versus rituals covering social space
PDF 20‑25
On the significance of monuments
PDF 25‑31
Conclusion
PDF 31‑32
Bibliography
PDF 32‑36
Oliver Rackham: Greek Landscapes: Profane and Sacred PDF 36‑37
What makes a sacred landscape?
PDF 37‑38
Landscapes of Ancient Greece
PDF 38‑42
Some sacred landscapes
PDF 42‑45
Sacred landscapes of Ancient Greece
PDF 45‑50
Bibliography
PDF 50‑52
Lukas Thommen: Sacred Groves: Nature between Religion, Philosophy and Politics PDF 52‑59
Bibliography
PDF 59‑62
Susan Guettel Cole: Under the Open Sky: Imagining the Dionysian Landscape PDF 62‑76
Bibliography
PDF 76‑78
Efrosyni Boutsikas: Landscape and the Cosmos in the Apolline Rites of Delphi, Delos and Dreros PDF 78‑83
Delphi
PDF 83‑87
Attica and Boeotia
PDF 87‑90
Delos
PDF 90‑95
Crete
PDF 95‑98
Conclusion
PDF 98‑101
Bibliography
PDF 101‑104
Jeremy McInerney: From Delos to Delphi: How Apollo comes Home PDF 104‑119
Bibliography
PDF 119‑122
Sarah Hitch: Barren Landscapes and Sacrificial Offerings in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo PDF 122‑134
Bibliography
PDF 134‑136
Mercedes Aguirre Castro: Landscape and Females in the Odyssey: Calypso, Circe and Nausicaa PDF 136‑146
Bibliography
PDF 146‑148
Richard Buxton: An Ogre in Three Landscapes: Cyclops in Homer, Euripides and Theokritos PDF 148‑155
Bibliography
PDF 155‑156
Lutz Käppel: Landscape and the Magic of Music in Pindar's Twelfth Pythian Ode PDF 156‑169
Bibliography
PDF 169‑174
James Roy: The Distribution of Cult in the Landscape of Eleia PDF 174‑186
Bibliography
PDF 186‑190
Vassiliki Pothou: Newborn Babies and Newborn Islands: Insularity and Politics PDF 190‑191
Asylum for the desperate Oiniadai
PDF 191‑192
Self-determination
PDF 192‑193
Newborn babies and newborn islands
PDF 193‑194
Connectivity between Island and Continent
PDF 194‑195
Redistribution
PDF 195‑196
Rebellion
PDF 196‑197
Epilogue
PDF 197‑198
Bibliography
PDF 198‑200
Hamish Forbes: A Greek Landscape with God and his Saints: A Case Study from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries AD PDF 200‑200
Introduction: mise en scène
PDF 200‑202
Methana: a very brief and partial history
PDF 202‑205
Churches and their place in landscapes
PDF 205‑206
Village churches and the landscape of kinship
PDF 206‑207
The supernatural in the foundation of the settlement pattern
PDF 207‑209
Extra-mural churches in the landscape
PDF 209‑213
The dead in the landscape
PDF 213‑214
Discussion and conclusion
PDF 214‑216
Bibliography
PDF 216‑218
Michael Teichmann: The Role of Archaeological Museums in Greece for Contemporary Societies – Approaches and Perspectives PDF 218‑218
Introduction
PDF 218‑219
Approaching the problem: Archaeology and the public – Ways of communication
PDF 219‑221
Case studies
PDF 221‑228
Conclusion
PDF 228‑230
Acknowledgements
PDF 230‑230
Addendum
PDF 230‑231
Bibliography
PDF 231‑234
List of Contributors PDF 234‑238
Index locorum PDF 238‑242
Index rerum et nominum PDF 242‑252
Index verborum graecorum potiorum PDF 252‑253

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