Cnossos


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an ancient town on Crete where Bronze Age culture flourished from about 2000 BC to 1400 BC

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Policrates e o primeiro grego de que temos noticia a tentar dominar o mar, excetuando, e claro, Minos de Cnossos e qualquer um que possa ter dominado o mar antes de Minos.
Cartledge has chosen eleven cities grouped in periods: Cnossos and Mycenae (prehistory); Argos, Miletus, Massalia and Sparta (early history to 500 BC); Athens, Syracuse and Thebes (500-330 BC); Alexandria (Hellenistic) and Byzantion.
A ello se suma una eficaz triangulacion tornada en su contra, en la que Cnossos se convierte en la celda del rey; su esposa Pasifae, la reina abandonada por la preocupacion de su esposo con el poder, y que por tanto en su calidad de mujer libre gozo plenamente de una virilidad briosa y esplendida; y, finalmente, su hija Ariana, quien no solo critica la crueldad de un rey que le quito al hermano, prohibiendole comunicarse con el, y dejandola solo mirarlo desde lejos mientras vivia en el palacio sino que ademas lo ansia fogosamente para si con una pasion sensual no diferente a la de la madre:
(38.) Bejouai presents them in this order: the southwest cluster includes the islands of Scyros and Cyprus with the Cypriot city of Idalium; the southeast cluster (partly destroyed) puts Cnidos with two lost companion "islands"; the northeast cluster shows Rhodes, Cytherae and the Cypriot city of Paphos; the northwest cluster has the island of Lemnos, the city of Eryx, and a missing third; while the central cluster depicts the island of Naxos and the cities of Egusa (on Sicily) and Cnossos (on Crete).
En un sello procedente de Cnossos, por ejemplo, una figura femenina aparece recostada sobre las olas (representadas de forma esquematica, de acuerdo con los convencionalismos conocidos del mundo cretomicenico); seria muy apropiado para describirla senalar que parece nacida de la espuma, como la misma Afrodita (Fig.
Este drama poetico narra la historia del laberinto de Cnossos a traves de sus protagonistas: Minotauro, Teseo, Minos y Ariadna; su primer titulo fue, lisa y llanamente, "El laberinto".
You see Cezanne by loving Poussin and you see Poussin by loving Pompeii and you see Pompeii by loving Cnossos." Just as the North Carolina poet Lenard Moore had learned to see "tobacco country ...
Les scribes de Cnossos: Essai de classement des archives d'un palais mycenien (Incunabula graeca 17), Rome.
And the crippled Smith brought all his art to bear on a dancing circle, broad as the circle Daedalus once laid out on Cnossos' spacious fields for Ariadne the girl with lustrous hair.
He waved his hand; and it was as though, with an invisible feather whisk, he had brushed away a little dust, and the dust was Harappa, was Ur of the Chaldees; some spider-webs, and they were Thebes and Babylon and Cnossos and Mycenae.
Pyrrhonist skepticism, beginning with the rather mysterious Pyrrho of Elis (around 360-270 B.C.), underwent significant changes through the works of Timon of Phlius, Aenesidemus of Cnossos, Agrippa, and then Sextus himself and beyond.