narrated, once again, by Pausanias. In the first book of the Perieghesis (Paus. I 43, 2), he reports an episode of Demeter's myth in order to explain a ritual practised by the megarian women. The [...] not only by notions like sema and mnema , but also by different means. I would like to analyse one of these various means using the idea of Polyvalence des images , shaped by the founder [...] played by the stone as a real medium of communication with the afterworld. In such a communication, the stone plays indeed a very important role, both on the side of ritual practices and on the side of
Ovid.  . The basic story line of the myth can be summarized as follows: two deities, Apollo and Artemis, take revenge for the disgrace done to their mother Leto. She has been provoked by the mortal [...] kingdom. In the period considered here, the 1 st and 2 nd centuries, the Bosporan kingdom was a vassal state of the Roman Empire, ruled by kings of Sarmatian origin. The research material consists [...] Moreover, the fact that this figure plays an important role is emphasized by his unusual gesture and, most importantly, by his large wings. In the realm of death wings distinguish their bearers from
things belonging to the gods and the things relating to a good order among men as sanctioned by the gods’, as discussed most importantly by Connor.  There are many references to sharing or [...] several court cases on citizenship; it is also shown by the fact that all important transitions in an Athenian’s life were marked by religious acts by which the community could publicly accept or reject [...]  Around 342 B.C.  , Apollodoros, son of Pasion, argued in court against the alleged citizenship of Neaera and her daughter Phano. He cited a decree by which the Plataeans were granted
Jewish activity from the year 139 BCE. The text is by Valerius Maximus and describes an expulsion of Jews from Rome by the praetor Cornelius Hispalus.  Because we do not have the original document [...] ladies of high standing, tricked by representatives of a foreign court into behaving with indignity. ↩ Barclay, Negotiating Diaspora , 2. ↩ 2 Macc. 15:39 ↩ [...] the stroke of the gong, to take part in the distribution, forbidden by the Law, of the oil on the exercise ground; setting no store by the honours of their fatherland, they esteemed Hellenic glories best
rite  by which, shortly before the last attack on the besieged city, the Romans asked its tutelary deity to take her favour away from those whom she had granted it until then in order to give [...] ↩ Hall 1972, 568-571. ↩ Cf. for example CIL I 22, 741; Ov. Fasti I 593; Str. XII 6, 2. ↩ S. T. R. S. Broughton, The Magistrates of the Roman Republic [...] operative in the disciplina pontificalis and, the other side of the coin, it was still kept carefully secret the figure of Rome’s tutelary deity in order to avoid suffering an evocatio from the enemy.
fully resolved when the deme system was reformed by Kleisthenes in 507/6 BC. Salamis’ rather uneasy position within the Athenian polis is well illustrated by the fact that its inhabitants, who in the classical [...] myself to a discussion of the role played by the members of the Athenian genos Salaminioi in forging religious ties between Salamis and Athens. As implied by their name, the Salaminioi were closely related [...] the view put forward by a range of scholars from Nilsson to Guarducci, who state that the Salaminioi were Salaminian refugees at the time of the Megarian war, that they were received by the Athenians because
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