I like the Apollo Delphinios interpretation best.
Sad that a scholar will engage in decades of hard work and is lucky if a few people read his or her work, yet this lady can post ridiculous...
Perhaps listed in this article by Barbara Lichoka:
It has been such a whirlwind of a year that I believe I forgot to post the KOINON V Call for Papers. Can you believe we are on year 5?!
Cover for a lock?
Here are some silenos figures and sirens on the Lampadario di Cortona. The Etruscan chandelier also features 16 Acheloios heads (corresponding to...
Ah now I see Curtis said precisely that.
Haven’t read whole thread but presumably just opting for Latin over English plural?
In my estimation, Kraay’s book is the most comprehensive (and still largely accurate) coverage of the archaic and classical period in a one volume...
Excellent start to your library. I recommend at some point you get Jenkin’s Ancient Greek Coins and Kraay’s Archaic and Classical Greek Coins.
Could make for a good article if you wanted to do the leg work.
My thoughts exactly.
Apparently the Phocaeans did found the city. I could have sworn it was Phoenician!
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