By Eran Lupu
This paintings includes elements. half I constitutes a consultant to the corpus of Greek sacred legislations and its contents. A dialogue of the heritage of the corpus and the rules governing its composition is by way of a close evaluate of its contents, during which the facts is classed in response to material. half II comprises inscriptions released because the overdue Nineteen Sixties from all over the Greek international apart from Cos and Asia Minor (checklists for those are appended). The textual content of every inscription is gifted along restorations, epigraphical observation, translation, and a entire operating observation. many of the inscriptions are illustrated. the quantity may still turn out helpful to students of Greek faith, historians, and epigraphists.
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4; Jost 1985, 145. For the date of the inscription see G. ThŸr and H. Tauber, Prozessrechtliche Inschriften der griechischen Poleis: Arkadien (SBWien 607), Vienna, 1994, 12, who note that it need not necessarily postdate the Þre. 110 The stoa was probably used for sacriÞcial dining; cf. in this respect LSS 111 with SokolowskiÕs commentary (p. 180). The stoas in the sanctuaries of Artemis at Brauron and of Demeter (west stoa) in Pergamum housed dining rooms. See in general B. Bergquist ÔSympotic Space: A Functional Aspect of Greek Dining-Rooms,Õ in O.
16. See previous subsection. The lower part of the stone bears IG XII 7, 68. 113 The verb in question (4Ð5) is damaged; F. Hiller von Gaertringen, IG XII 7, 2, who consulted the squeeze, preferred κατ |[γ]εσ αι. ZiehenÕs explanation that the foreigners are sailors putting to shore at Amorgos is attractive, though, from HillerÕs account, his restoration seems to disagree with the remains on the stone (or the squeeze), as does SokolowskiÕs. 114 Another decree, LSCG 102, dealing with the conduct of women at this sanctuary and instigated by a report of the priestess, is unfortunately all too fragmentary.
7 and commentary for a discussion. 3Ð5: See Morelli 1959, 89Ð90. For ερ ν see below p. 282 n. 23. 8 below. 58 In this respect this document diﬀers from a number of otherwise comparable documents reviewed below in connection with protection of sanctuaries: Ziehen LGS II p. 359; Morelli 1959, 91. 59 See above p. 13. 60 SokolowskiÕs commentary p. 234; V. Gabrielsen, ÔThe Synoikized Polis of Rhodos,Õ in P. Flensted-Jensen, T. Heine Nielsen, and L. ), Polis and Politics: Studies in Greek History Presented to Mogens Herman Hansen on his Sixtieth Birthday, August 20, 2000, Copenhagen, 177Ð205 at 192.
Greek Sacred Law (2nd Edition with a Postscript) by Eran Lupu