Isthmia VII: The Metal Objects, 1952-1889 by Isabelle K. Raubitschek

By Isabelle K. Raubitschek

Items made up of bronze, iron, copper, gold, silver, and lead and recovered from the sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia are released during this quantity. a number of the items, even if very fragmentary, have been recovered from the particles of the Archaic Temple of Poseidon and belong to the formative section of the sanctuary throughout the seventh and sixth centuries B.C. they're consultant of the variety of choices present in an enormous sanctuary throughout the interval that observed improvement of the recognized metalworking institutions at Corinth and the founding of Panhellenic video games at Isthmia. person chapters specialize in steel sculpture, vases, jewellery, horse-trappings, and instruments, so much of them from the Archaic interval. consciousness is given to steel utilized in structure and to continues to be of foundry job on the sanctuary. the writer addresses the matter of the starting place of the strigil, the chronology of horse bits, and questions of imports in terms of neighborhood creation. She compares person choices with related items from different sanctuaries. lots of the gadgets are illustrated via line drawings, by way of pictures, or by way of either. vast bibliography, valuable concordances and appendixes of uncatalogued gadgets make the cloth, even though fragmentary, simply obtainable. The armor could be released individually.

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Isthmia VII: The Metal Objects, 1952-1889

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