2 edition of The Cretan woman. found in the catalog.
The Cretan woman.
Written in English
|Contributions||Langton, Basil., Coe, Richard L. 1914-1995, annotator., Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962., Euripides., Arena Stage (Organization : Washington, D.C.), Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PN2093 .C64 1995 no. C189|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (theater program).|
|LC Control Number||2009657030|
1 For what remains of the account of Ephorus see Strabo, The reference to Plato is to the "Laws," especially Book I. See also Aristotle, Pol. 2, 10, who points out the likeness and unlikeness between the Cretan and Lacedaemonian constitutions.. 2 This equality of land had gradually disappeared by the time of King Agis IV. (B.C. ): so that, according to Plutarch [Agis 5], the. Today, the Mediterranean diet (for me the Cretan diet) may be known as the gold standard of diets, with a multitude of health benefits, but this same nutritional model preserved and played an important role in the survival of thousands of Cretan Greeks during the war and the difficult years that followed.
Cretan Women: Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin Poetry. by between Roman versions) and their cultural resonance. In addition to close readings of the major treatments of each woman's story (in Catullus, Virgil, Ovid, and Seneca), she offers extended thematic explorations of the importance of memory, wildness, and morality in the myths Price: $ The story of a legendary resistance hero George Psychoundakis was a young shepherd boy who knew the island of Crete intimately when the Nazis invaded by air in He immediately joined the resistance and took on the crucial job of war-time runner. It was not only the toughest but the most dangerous job of all. It involved immense journeys carrying vital messages, smuggling arms and 5/5(1).
The cretan woman wore dresses with short sleeves, colorfully embroidered skirts, shoes with heels or sandals, and elaborate hair designs or hats. The writing of crete has not yet been deciphered. There are some writings available, but there is no key to help us understand them. There are exhibitions of boxing, bullfighting, and a wild boar hunt. THE CRETAN WAY Η στράτα της Κρήτης LA VIA CRETESE A day walk along the E4 The first and ultimate guide to walk the Cretan Way on your own! Includes maps, descriptions, travelogue, gps tracks, accommodation info and tips for walking the km route extending from East to West. One of the world's best.
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book adjacent to the ninth-century mosque of Ibn Tulun, in one of the oldest quarters of Cairo. Both the house and the mosque are the subjects of the popular myths gathered in this magical : BOOK REVIEW Cretan Woman: Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin Poetry.
By REBECCA ARMSTRONG. Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. ix + Cloth, $ ISBN 0–19––2. In this book, Rebecca Armstrong (A.) explores the connections between the myths of Cretan women in Roman. Cretan Cooking: The Miracle of the Cretan Diet, The Most Wholesome Cuisine in the Mediterranean with recipes [Psilakis, Nikos, Psilakis, Maria] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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book quarters of Cairo. Both the house and the mosque are the subjects of the popular myths gathered in this magical by: 1. Cretan Women Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin Poetry Rebecca Armstrong Oxford Classical Monographs.
Explores the literary and mythical traditions associated with the Cretan women in Latin poetry; Casts new light on the writings of familiar authors such as Catullus, Virgil, Ovid, and Seneca.
The "House of the Cretan Woman" is a 16th-century merchant's house that stands adjacent to the 9th-century mosque of Ibn Tulun, in one of the oldest quarters of Cairo. Both the house and the mosque are the subjects of popular myths and stories, which are gathered in this work.
This book, which is a most helpful survey of the significant treatments of the Cretan women of its title in Latin poetry, will be of interest to scholars of [End Page ] intertextuality and Latin poetry in general, as well as handy reference material for the authors and subjects it treats (not only the title's trio, but, to a lesser extent, Minos, Daedalus, and Theseus).
Polybius, a Greek historian, described them as very revolutionary in spirit. And like so many we see today, they had an “authority” problem. Very likely the Cretan Christians had some difficulty in ridding themselves of this self-willed disposition.(Job ) An often confused term Cretan (a person from Crete) or cretin (fool/idiot/jerk).
Testament that mentions Crete is the book of Acts. Among the people present in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost were Cretans (Acts ). And in Acts 27 we find the story of Paul’s eventful journey to Rome as a prisoner. After sail-ing along the south coast of Crete with some difficulty, the ship was caught in a violent storm and was shipwreckedFile Size: KB.
Robinson Jeffers' play The Cretan Woman is a Phaedra/Hippolytus tragedy involving the transition from a responsibility culture to a guilt culture. In order for this transition to be staged, we should expect to see attributions of the way people behave to their group membership, with a correlative reduction of the importance of the : Troy Camplin.
The original illustrations of the Legends of the House of the Cretan Woman by Abd al-Aziz Abdu are bound in an album now in the possession of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
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The Cretan resistance (Greek: Κρητική Αντίσταση) was a resistance movement against the occupying forces of Nazi Germany and Italy by the residents of the Greek island of Crete during World War II. Part of the larger Greek Resistance, it lasted from 20 Maywhen the German Wehrmacht invaded the island in the Battle of Crete, until the spring of when they surrendered to.
Get this from a library. Cretan women: Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin poetry. [Rebecca Armstrong] -- "Cretan Women examines the ways in which myths about Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra come to be woven into the fabric of the Roman literary world.
Both forming and conforming to the stereotype of the. George Psychoundakis (Greek: Γεώργιος Ψυχουντάκης, 3 November – 29 January ) was a Greek Resistance fighter on Crete during the Second World was a shepherd, a war hero and an author. He served as dispatch runner between Petro Petrakas and Papadakis behind the German lines for the Cretan resistance and later, from tofor the Special Operations.
Just as in the book of Acts, the Spirit opened the Europe (Acts ), in Topeka the Spirit opened the heart of a woman to be the first to receive the Spirit in the modern Pentecostal revival.
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The famous Cretan wild green pies, for example, are prepared using multiple combinations of wild greens (self-seeded and non-cultivated) depending on the season and the local flora, so that the aromas can emerge naturally.
If one were to ask a local woman how many different types of wild greens she needs to make a pie, she would probably laugh. The book consists of 20 chapters on various aspects of all things Cretan, neatly divided into five main headings: 'The Environment', 'The Inhabitants', 'The Landscape', 'Unusual Places' and 'The Future' preceded by a table of dates and brief chapters on the chronology, history and "pseudo-history" - the reality behind certain historical.
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