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Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii - Ccet

Moesia Inferior - Romanian Section and Dacia (Corpus cultus equitis Thracii)

by N. Hampartumian

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Published by Brill Academic Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9075532M
    ISBN 109004059210
    ISBN 109789004059214

    Paleo-Balkan mythology is the group of religious beliefs held by Paleo-Balkan-speaking peoples in ancient times, including Illyrian, Thracian and Dacian mythologies. Horseman. The cult of the Thracian horseman Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii (CCET). 4. Brill. CORPUS CULTUS EQUITIS THRACII (CCET) (Etudes preliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'empire romain LXXIV). 2. Z. GOCEVA and M. OPPERMANN, MONUMENTA INTER DANUBIUM ET HAEMUM REPERTA. 2. REGIO OPPIDI TARGOVITE, ABRITTUS ET VICINIA, SEXAGINTA PRISTA ET VICINIA, NICOPOLIS AD ISTRUM ET VICINIA, NOVAE. Leiden: .

    List of Abbreviations; Maps; The Epigrapher at Work; Epigraphic Research from its Inception: The Contribution of Manuscripts Corpus cultus equitis Thracii. 4 vols. Leiden – CCGG. Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz. CEFR. Corpus Inscriptionum et Monumentorum Religionis Mithriacae, ed. M.J. Vermaseren. 2 vols. The Hague – Corpus cultus equitis Thracii [CCET] Lagogianni-Georgakarakos, Die Grabdenkmäler mit Porträts aus Makedonien Feissel, Recueil des inscr. .

    Corpus Cultus Cybelae Attidisque: Germania, Raetia, Noricum, Pannonia, Dalmatia, Macedonia, Thracia, Moesia, Dacia Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Author: M J Vermaseren. (The inclusion of a book in this list does not preclude its subsequent review) CORPUS CULTUS EQUITIs THRACII (CCET). (ftudes preliminaires aux religions orientales dans CORPUS de MOSAICOs de ESPANA. 3. BLAZQUEZ, J. M. Mosaicos romanos de Cdrdoba, Ja'n y .


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Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii - Ccet: Monumenta Inter Danubium Et Haemum Reperta - Durostorum Et Vicinia, Regio Oppidi Tolbuhin, Marcianopolis Et Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance) by Manfred Oppermann, Zlatozara Goceva, Zlatozara B. Gočeva, Aleksandrina Cermanović-Kuzmanović Hardcover, Pages, Published Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Corpus cultus equitis thracii (CCET).

Leiden: E.J. Brill, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: ISBN. Corpus cultus equitis Thracii [CCET] Lagogianni-Georgakarakos, Die Grabdenkmäler mit Porträts aus Makedonien; Feissel, Recueil des inscr. chr. de Macédoine du IIIe au VIe siècle [RIChrM] Hatzopoulos, Macedonian Institutions under the Kings II.

Epigr. Appendix; Kazarow, Die Denkmäler des thrakischen Reitergottes in Bulgarien. Bianchi, Le stele funerarie della Dacia: un espressione di arte romana periferica (Archaeologica XLV). Rome: G. Bretschneider, Pp. vii +52 pls. ISBN - Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii (CCET) (Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'empire remain LXXIV).

Gočeva and M. Oppermann, Monumenta inter Danubium et. This book, compiled in the late s, provides an excellent catalogue and compilation of data regarding monuments relating to the "Thracian horseman" cult within the provinces of Moesia Inferior and Dacia (the major focus is on those found within the borders of present-day Romania).

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Cermanovic-Kuzmanovic, Aleksandrina Cermanović-Kuzmanović, Nubar Hampartumian, Zlatozara Gočeva, Manfred Oppermann Paperback, 76 Pages, Published by Brill Academic Pub ISBN.

Hampartumian, N. (): Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii, vol. Études préliminaires aux religions orientales, Leiden. Hannick, J. (): “Remarques sur les lettres de Philippe V de Macédoine à la ci t é de Larissa (IG IX 2, )”, in: Antidorum W. Peremans sexagenario ab alumnis oblatum, Leuven, Get this from a library.

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[Zlatozara Gocheva]. Zlatozara Goceva et Manfred Oppermann, Monumenta inter Danubium et Haenum reperta, 1. Durostorum et vicinia, regio oppidi Tolbuhin, Marcianopolis et vicinia, regio oppiai Sumen, Corpus cultus equitis Thracii (CCET II, 1, EPRO, t 2), Author: Jean Pouilloux.

Aleksandrina Cermanovic-Kuzmanovic, Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii (CCET), V. Monumenta intra fines Iugoslaviae reperta By Jean-Charles Balty Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de LyonAuthor: Jean-Charles Balty.

A survey of the available evidence for the Thracian cult of Rhesus, mainly on the basis of the pseudo-Euripidean Rhesus and of Philostratus’ Heroicus, shows that the identification of Rhesus with the so-called Heros Equitans, or “Thracian Horseman” (first proposed almost a century ago by G.

Seure) rests on firmer ground than is sometimes by: 1.Monumenta inter Danubium et Haemum reperta (Corpus cultus equitis Thracii) (German Edition) (1st Edition) by Zlatozara Goceva, Zlatozara Gočeva, Manfred Oppermann, Zlatozara Gocĕva, Mandfred Oppermann Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Die Stadt und das ihr Book Edition: 1st Edition.Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii - Ccet Monumenta Inter Danubium Et Haemum Reperta - Regio Oppidi Targoviste, Abrittus Et Vicinia, Sexaginta Prista Et Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance) by Manfred Oppermann, Z.

Goceva, Zlatozara B. Gočeva, Mandfred Oppermann Hardcover, Pages, Published by Brill Academic Pub ISBN.