4 edition of The travels of Antenor in Greece and Asia found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated from the French of E.F. Lantier ; with additional notes by the English translator.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||18003600|
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Kinship Myth in Ancient Greece. Cover: Kinship Myth in Ancient Greece. Share this book. the city of Magnesia on the river Maeander in Asia Minor made its first attempt to enhance the prestige of its festival for its archēgetis, a sort of patron goddess and founder, Artemis Leucophryene. Earlier the Magnesians had consulted the oracle at. The Antenor Kore The largest Kore on the Acropolis, the work of the great sculptor Antenor. The inscription reads: Nearchos, the potter (?), dedicated the statue to Athena as beginnings (from his first earnings). It was made by Antenor, son of Evmares. .
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Full text of "The travels of Antenor in Greece and Asia: from a Greek manuscript found at Herculaneum: including some account of Egypt" See other formats. In Book 3 he is present when Helen identifies for Priam each of the Greek warriors from the wall of Troy; when she describes Odysseus, Antenor criticizes her, saying how he entertained Odysseus and Menelaus and got to know both.
In Book 7, as mentioned above, he advises the Trojans to give Helen back, but Paris refuses to yield. Antenor, (flourished c. – bc), Athenian sculptor of the late Archaic period who carved the first group of statues of the tyrannicides Harmodius and Aristogiton for the Athenian agora and a kore (a freestanding figure of a maiden) for the Acropolis (now in the Acropolis Museum in Athens).
Antenor’s bronze sculpture of the tyrannicides probably dates from about Antenor 1 was one of the Elders of Troy at the time of the Trojan ecole-temps-danse.com the sack of Troy, he was spared by the Achaeans, either because he advocated peace and the restoration of Helen, or because he betrayed the ecole-temps-danse.com the war, he came to northern Italy where he founded Padua.
The conflict. When the seducer Paris took with him gorgeous Helen from Sparta to Troy, he did not imagine. Discover Tomb of Antenor in Padua, Italy: The tomb of the mythological founder of Padua is not hidden in some obscure crypt, but stands right in the middle of the city square.
Antenor was the counsellor of King Priam of Troy in Greek mythology. He was the son of the noble Aesyetes and Cleomestra.
He became one of the most valuable assets of the city of Troy, serving as a wise elder and ecole-temps-danse.com wife was Theano, with whom he had numerous children, including Crino, Archelochus, Acamas, Glaucus, Polybus, Antheus and more.
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to Strachey therefore I must delay my intended letter. (hypercorrect, obsolete) The Athenian plain. Étienne-François de Lantier, The Travels of Antenor in Greece and Asia, page We ſet out early in the morning, and croſſed the Pædion, or country of Athens, of which Laſthenia pointed out the beauties.
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