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The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches)

by Nassos Papalexandrou

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Published by Lexington Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History of art: BCE to c 500 CE, ancient & classical world,
  • Relief (Sculpture), Greek,
  • Expertising,
  • Science,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Tripods,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Ancient Greece,
  • Criticism,
  • Sculpture,
  • Art / General,
  • Nuclear Physics,
  • Bronzes, Greek,
  • Greece

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7913381M
    ISBN 100739107348
    ISBN 109780739107348

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.   He has published widely in scholarly journals and in released his first book called The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece. His current projects include a new book exploring the role of monsters in the arts and rituals of early Greece and an exhibition showcasing antiquities exchanged as diplomatic gifts between Greece and the United States after .

    Bucknell University Press: Fortress Academic: Hamilton Books. That the Pythia sat on a tripod meant she was offering herself up to possession by the God. This gave the tripod weigh as a symbol of divinatory power. See Papalexandrou's The Visual Poetics of Power; Warriors, Youths and Tripods in Early Greece (Lexington Books ), pp and

    Creolization as a New Poetics of Power. Ricardo Sanín-Restrepo. Clr James Journal 24 (1) Its Power is Founded on a Kind of Structural Analysis of the Poetics of Ritual'(Lc, P. ). Key Contemporary Thinkers. Berg. pp. The Visual Poetics of Power. Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece. [REVIEW] Anastasia Dakouri-Hild. A Hellenistic Poetry Book. By Kathryn Gutzwiller. Oxford UP, Pp. xvi + with 4 figures and 14 plates. Hard- Spectacular Power in the Greek and Roman City. By Andrew Bell. Oxford UP, Pp. vi + Hardback? Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece. By Nassos Papalexandrou. Lexington Books, Lanham, Pp.


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The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches) by Nassos Papalexandrou Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a focused study on the Greek tripod cauldron, the most revered religious symbol in Greek culture, and its multiple dimensions.

At the core of its analysis is the visual apparatus of the early bronze tripods, which, as early as the 8th century, take the form of spear-brandishing warriors and, later in the 7th century, as handle holding : Paperback.

The ambitious title of this book, “The Visual Poetics of Power”, is followed in familiar fashion by an explanatory and more modest sub-title, “Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece”.

In fact the field of inquiry is even narrower, with its principal focus on the attachments decorating the rims and handles of the bronze tripod-cauldron, and in particular those that took the form of warriors and.

This book is a focused study on the Greek tripod cauldron, the most revered religious symbol in Greek culture, and its multiple dimensions. At the core of its analysis is the visual apparatus of the early bronze tripods, which, as early as the 8th century, take the form of spear-brandishing warriors and, later in the 7th century, as handle holding youths.5/5(1).

This book is a focused study on the Greek tripod cauldron, the most revered religious symbol in Greek culture, and its multiple dimensions. At the core of its analysis is the visual apparatus of the early bronze tripods, which, as early as the 8th century, take the form of spear-brandishing warriors and, later in the 7th century, as handle holding youths.4/5(1).

Summary: In The Visual Poetics of Power, Nassos Papalexandrou illuminates the Youths history of the tripod cauldron, the most sacred symbol of the Greeks. He also explores the performative dimensions of the figurative arts in the preliterate contexts of early Greek sanctuaries.

(N.) Papalexandrou The Visual Poetics of Power. Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece. xviii +ills. Lanham, Boulder, New York, Toronto and Oxford: Lexington Books, Paper, US$35 (Cased, US$95). ISBN: ( hbk). - Volume 57 Issue 1 - ANASTASIA DAKOURI-HILDAuthor: Anastasia Dakouri-Hild.

His first book, The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece was published in He is currently working on a second book that explores the role of monsters in the arts and rituals of Early tion: Department of Art And Art History. His first book, The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece, was published in He is currently finishing a second book that explores the role of monsters in the arts.

He is the author of one monograph (The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece, ) and is currently bringing to completion a second monograph titled Monsters, Fear, and the Uncanny in the Early Mediterranean.

The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece Nassos Papalexandrou, Athanasios Christou Papalexandrou Limited preview - "Il ricco edificio": arte allusiva nella Gerusalemme liberata. The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece () CAD (CAD - after rebate) Ultimate TS90B Black Tripod Stand W/Tele Lighting Stand & Ground Support ( Arts & Entertainment Musical Instruments).

His first book, The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece was published in He is currently working on a second book that explores the role of monsters in the arts and rituals of Early Greece. Papalexandrou (N.) The Visual Poetics of Power.

Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece. xviii +ills. Lanham, Boulder, New York, Toronto and Oxford: Lexington Books, Paper, US$35 (Cased, US$95). ISBN: ( hbk). ANASTASIA DAKOURI-HILD Published Online: FEB [ abstract ] pp - His first book, The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece, was published in He is currently working on a second book that explores the role of monsters in the arts and rituals of Early Greece.

The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece Nassos Papalexandrou, Athanasios Christou Papalexandrou Limited preview - Contributions to Aegean Archaeology: Studies in Honor of William A. McDonald. His first book, The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece, was published in He is currently working on a second book that explores the role of monsters in the arts and rituals of Early : Vanessa Rousseau.

He has published widely in scholarly journals and in released his first book called The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece. His current projects include a new book exploring the role of monsters in the arts and rituals of early Greece and an exhibition showcasing antiquities exchanged as diplomatic gifts between Greece and the United States after World War II.

The warrior stands on a base that is fastened with dowels to a thinner sheet of bronze. This evidence indicates that the figure belonged to a tripod and probably stood next to one of the large ring handles. The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece, Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches, Ed.

Greg Nagy (Lexington Books: Lanham ) Monsters, Fear, and the Uncanny in the Preclassical Mediterranean (University of Texas Press, in progress).

The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece Nassos Papalexandrou, Athanasios Christou Papalexandrou Limited preview - A Companion to Ancient Epic.

This book offers a new interpretation of ancient Greek sacrifice from a cultural poetic perspective. Through close readings of the Theogony, the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, the Homeric Hymn to Hermes, and the Odyssey in conjunction with evidence from material culture, it demonstrates how sacrifice narratives in early Greek hexameter poetry are intimately connected to a mythic-poetic discourse.Warfare in ancient Greece presents us with a fascinating insight not only into the workings of memory, but also into the intersections of memory, trauma, and material culture.

From the Iliad to the Peloponnesian War and beyond, we constantly witness men at war, men who deliberated about war and commemorated it, who glorified it, denounced it Author: Juan Sebastian De Vivo.Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches Building on the foundations of scholarship within the disciplines of philology, philosophy, history, and archaeology, this series spans the continuum of Greek traditions extending from the second millennium, B.C.

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