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Published by Art Archeology .
Written in English


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ISBN 108322106157
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Petsophas: A Cretan Peak Sanctuary 1], [Studies and monographs in mediterranean archaeology and civilization, ISSN Author: Bogdan Rutkowski: Publisher: Art and Archaeology, Petsophas: a Cretan peak sanctuary. [Bogdan Rutkowski] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bogdan Rutkowski. Find more information about: ISBN: .   (B.) Rutkowski Petsophas: a Cretan peak : Art and Archaeology, Pp. + illus. $ - Volume - Alan A.D. PeatfieldAuthor: Alan A.D. Peatfield. PDF | L'A. etudie une inscription en Lineaire A provenant du sanctuaire de Petsophas au sommet de Palaikastro en Crete. Il s'agit de l'un des plus | Find, read and cite all the research you.

The authors’ excavation of the western Cretan peak sanctuary of Atsipadhes Korakies is presented as a case study. In the context of this book’s purposes to explore and The Petsophas. East Cretan Peak Sanctuaries Project (ECPSP) and it was agreed that the Prinias peak sanctuary above Sitia would be the pilot publication, the first in a planned series, which will include Petsophas, Modhi, and other smaller peak sanctuaries. The peak sanctuaries of the Cretan Bronze Age are well-known for having a healing dimension. These ritual sites, of which around 25 are known, are characterised by both their location – on or near mountain peaks – and their distinctive finds of clay figurines of animals, humans, and detached anatomical models, termed ‘votive limbs. Abstract. The peak sanctuaries of the Cretan Bronze Age are well-known for having a healing dimension. These ritual sites, of which around 25 are known, are characterised by both their location – on or near mountain peaks – and their distinctive finds of clay figurines of animals, humans, and detached anatomical models, termed ‘votive limbs’ within Aegean archaeology.

  The drawing depicting a Minoan peak sanctuary shows that the main liturgical area was the upper terrace. Its eastern edge overlooked the lower terrace. Different vase shapes places in the lower and upper areas. Objects such as bridge spouted vessels and rhyton were found in some peaks. A rhyton is a container from which liquid was poured during. 4 It has been widely understood that peak sanctuary figurines, as Peatfield, puts it, were broken during the rituals in which they were used, as part of an “act of deposition.”2 This idea was, in fact, first advanced by Myres, in his excavation report on the peak sanctuary of Petsophas, but with some inconsistencies.3 This idea was then.   Catalog Record: Petsophas: a Cretan peak sanctuary | Hathi Trust Digital Library. X Flight 90 2. X Flight Pojazdy 1. Green Czarna bandera – autor: Terminy geograficzne, WSiP, Warszawa 1. AuthorCreatorDirector. Prosimy o umieszczenie xztuka tutaj. In , during the early work at Palaikastro, on the mountain ridge to the south of the site the excavators discovered the peak sanctuary of Petsophas. This type of sanctuary, positioned on a high mountain peak with views of settlements, the sea and other peak sanctuaries, was typical in Minoan Crete. Peak sanctuaries were usually open-air, dominated by the natural landscape with few man-made features. .