late antique shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa by Jacquelyn Collins-Clinton

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Places:

  • Cosa (Extinct city)

Subjects:

  • Ansedonia, Italy.,
  • Liber Pater (Roman deity) -- Cult.,
  • Cosa (Extinct city)

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementJacquelyn Collins-Clinton.
SeriesEtudes préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l"empire romain ;, 64
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDG70.A587 C64
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 99 p., 14 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4199256M
ISBN 109004052321
LC Control Number80478218

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TITRE A Late Antique Shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa A Local History of Greek Polytheism A Preliminary Catalogue of Sarapis Monuments A Silver Casket and Strainer from the Walbrook Mithraeum in the City of London Aegyptiaca Romana Aegyptus, Africa, Hispania, Gallia et Britannia Ägyptisches Kulturgut im phönikischen und punischen Sardinien (2 vols.).

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In the typology of ancient Greek pottery, the kernos (Greek: κέρνος or κέρχνος, plural kernoi) is a pottery ring or stone tray to which are attached several small vessels for holding unusual design is described in literary sources, which also list the ritual ingredients it might contain.

The kernos was used primarily in the cults of Demeter and Kore, and of Cybele Missing: Liber Pater. ↑ Jaquelyn Collins-Clinton, A late antique shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa, Etudes Preliminaires aux Religions Orientales dans l'Empire Romain, Vol BRILL,pp.3, 5.

↑ Joseph Rykwert, The Dancing Column: On Order in Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press,p Jacquelyn Collins Clinton, A Late Antique Shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa pages All of the above marble sculptures were reused in the late antique shrine. The statuettes probably served originally as private statuary of a decorative nature placed in house or garden, from the ruins of which the worshippers of Bacchus removed them to their shrine.

Cosa was a Latin colony founded in southwestern Tuscany in BC, on land confiscated from the Etruscans, to solidify the control of the Romans and offer the Republic a protected port. The Etruscan site (called Cusi or Cosia) may have been where modern Orbetello stands; a fortification wall in polygonal masonry at Orbetello's lagoon may be in phase with the walls of Cosa.

COLLINS-CLINTON, A LATE ANTIQUE SHRINE OF LIBER PATER AT COSA (EPRO LXIV). Leiden: E. Brill, Pp. x + 99, 27 pls. The seven books here considered have a certain degree of apparent coherence as a group-they deal with magic, with dream-interpretation and with cults reaching the Roman world from Greece and the East.

Cosa: | || | | | Cosa | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection Missing: Liber Pater. In ancient Greek religion, an orgion (ὄργιον, more commonly in the plural orgia) was an ecstatic form of worship characteristic of some mystery cults.

The orgion is in particular a cult ceremony of Dionysos (or Zagreus), celebrated widely in Arcadia, featuring "unrestrained" masked dances by torchlight and animal sacrifice by means of random slashing that evoked the god's own rending Missing: Liber Pater.

Liber: | | | |Religion in| ancient Rome| | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.

^ Jacquelyn Collins-Clinton, A Late Antique Shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa (Brill, ), pp. 33– Among Church Fathers see Arnobius, Adversus Nationes ; Clement of Alexandria, Protrepticus ; Firmicus Maternus, De errore profanarum religionum 6.

Bibliography for Apuleius, Magic and Miracle (Gil Renberg, senior thesis, Ann Arbor, ) Collins-Clinton, Jacquelyn, A Late Antique Shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa (Leiden, ). Daniel, Robert W. and Maltomini, Franco, Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book. Коза днес Анседония (Cosa – Ansedonia) е римска колония в Южна Тоскана на м над м.р., на Тиренско море, около км от Рим.Коза е основана през.

Book Details: "Illustrated with upwards of Engravings" Condition / Notes: Antique volume has been rebound in dark red cloth with white lettering to spine.

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^Jacquelyn Collins-Clinton, A Late Antique Shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa (Brill, ), pp. 29 –30 online. ^ Phillippe Borgeaud, Mother of the Gods: From Cybele to the Virgin Mary (Johns Hopkins University Press,English translation ), passim.

^ Osvaldo Sacchi, "Il trivaso del Quirinale", in Revue Interantionale de Droit de l'Antiquité,p. ; citing: Attilio Degrassi. A late antique shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa. Brill Academic Pub. pp. ISBN ^ Vitruvius Pollio, The Ten Books on Architecture or De Architectura, Harvard University Press () Bk.2, Ch.8, Sec.9, p Collins-Clinton, Jacquelyn, A Late Antique Shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa (Leiden, ).

Comerci, G. "Carmen, occentatio e altre voci magicodiffamatorie parole dalle XII Tavole a Cicerone," Bolletino Studi Latini 7: Courtney, E. (Oxford ) The Fragmentary Latin Poets [t.; comm.] Craig, Christopher P. Fowden, Garth, The Platonist Philosopher and his Circle in Late Antiquity, Philosophia 7 (), Fowden, G., Late Antique Paganism Reasoned and Revealed JRS 71 (), Fowden, G., The Pagan Holy Man in Late Antique Society JHS (), Fowden, G., Pagan Versions of the Rain Miracle of A.D.Historia 36 (), The Comitium (Italian: Comizio) was the original open-air public meeting space of Ancient Rome, and had major religious and prophetic significance.

The name comes from the Latin word for "assembly". The Comitium location at the northwest corner of the Roman Forum was later lost in the city's growth and development, but was rediscovered and excavated by archeologists at the turn of the. A Bacchic community shrine dedicated to Liber Pater was established in Cosa (in modern Tuscany), probably during the 4th century AD.

It remained in use "apparently for decades after the edicts of Theodosius in and AD outlawing paganism".

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