1 edition of Archaic Greek Temenos found in the catalog.
Archaic Greek Temenos
Written in English
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In Greek religion: Shrines and temples. Fundamental was the precinct (temenos) allotted to the deity, containing the altar, temple (if any), and other sacral or natural features, such as the sacred olive in the temenos of Pandrosos on the Athenian (temples—literally “dwellings”—that housed the god’s image) were already known in Homeric times and.
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Greek religion - Greek religion - Sacred writings: Greek religion was not based on a written creed or body of dogma. Nevertheless, certain sacred writings survive in the form of hymns, oracles, inscriptions, and instructions to the dead.
Most elaborate are the Homeric Hymns, some of which may have been composed for religious festivals, though their subject matter is almost entirely mythological. The Greek Archaic Period (c. BCE) started from what can only be termed uncertainty, and ended with the Persians being ejected from Greece for good after the battles of Plataea and Mykale in BCE.
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BCE). From Ancient Greek τέμενος (témenos). Noun. temenos (plural temenoi or temene) A piece of ground surrounding or adjacent to a temple; a sacred enclosure or precinct.
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The archaic Greek temenos. A study of. "By the end of the Archaic period, Greek sanctuaries were bursting with dedications, including many that bore epigrams.
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Books shelved as ancient-greek: The Iliad by Homer, The Odyssey by Homer, Antigone by Sophocles, Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, and The Republic by Plato. References . τέμενος in Liddell & Scott () A Greek–English Lexicon, Oxford: Clarendon Press; τέμενος in Liddell & Scott () An Intermediate Greek–English Lexicon, New York: Harper & Brothers; τέμενος in Autenrieth, Georg () A Homeric Dictionary for Schools and Colleges, New York: Harper and Brothers; τέμενος in Bailly, Anatole () Le Grand Bailly.MEGA Ancient Greek Sites on the Web [At Internet Archive, from Medea] WEB Greek History Course [At Internet Archive, from Reed][Modern Account] The full course, online, from Pre-history to Alexander.
WEB Thomas Martin: Overview or Archaic and Classical Greek [At Perseus][Hyperlinked Modern Account] 2ND Classics FAQ [At MIT].The design of Greek stone temples was influenced by Mycenaean megarons (a porch with columns in antis and a central room) and their earlier wooden temples.
Many decorative elements, such as the triglyphs, replicated the visual design of wooden temples in stone. During the Archaic period, the Greeks began to develop the ideal temple design.