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    Gorham P. Stevens
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    American School of Classical Studies; Volume III edition (November 21, 1940)
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Start by marking The Setting of the Periclean Parthenon as Want to Read . This book presents a forensic examination of the archaeological remains on the Acropolis to reconstruct the immediate surroundings of one of the most striking monuments of antiquity.

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Famous classical buildings, such as the Parthenon, are preserved in such monumental isolation that it is hard .

Famous classical buildings, such as the Parthenon, are preserved in such monumental isolation that it is hard to reconstruct the effect that they might have had on the ancient visitor. Their setting relative to other buildings, to statues, and surrounding vegetation is lost to us.

Hesperia Supplements 3: The Setting of the Periclean Parthenon, by Gorham P. Stevens (1940).

Hesperia Supplements. 1: Prytaneis: A Study of the Inscriptions Honoring the Athenian Councillors, by Sterling Dow (1937). 2: Late Geometric Graces and a Seventh-Century Well in the Agora, by Rodney S. Young (1939). 3: The Setting of the Periclean Parthenon, by Gorham P. 4: The Tholos of Athens and its Predecessors, by Homer A. Thompson (1940). 5: Observations on the Hephaisteion, by William B. Dinsmoor (1941). 6: The Sacred Gerusia, by James H. Oliver (1941). 7: Small Objects from the Pnyx I, by Gladys R. Davidson and Dorothy B. Thompson (1943)

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The Setting of the Periclean Parthenon. Gorham Phillips Stevens. Published by: The American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Hesperia Supplements.

Hesperia and Hesperia Supplements are published by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Prytaneis: A Study of the Inscriptions Honoring the Athenian Councillors. Author: Dow, Sterling Publication Date: 1937 Volume: 1. Prytaneis were the executive officers in charge of the Athenian council (or boule) after its reorganization by Cleisthenes in the 6th century . This study presents all documents recovered from the Athenian Agora relating to the prytaneis, beginning in 327/6 . and ending in the reign of Augustus

From G. P. Stevens, The Setting of the Per/clean Parthenon (Athens .

From G. Stevens, The Setting of the Per/clean Parthenon (Athens: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1940), fi. These steps must have added considerably to the impression of a structure rising towards the sk. The first good view 5. G. Stevens, The Periclean Entrance Court of the Acropolis of Athens, Hesperia 5 (1936):443-520; and his book The Setting of the Per/clean Parthenon (Athens: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1940), pp. L3, fig. 2. 6. See Stevens 1940 ibid.

The Parthenon, the Propylaia, the Erechtheion, the Temple of Athena Nike – the major elements of the Periclean .

The Parthenon, the Propylaia, the Erechtheion, the Temple of Athena Nike – the major elements of the Periclean Acropolis, perhaps the most successfully monumental complex of the classical Greek world, if not of Western culture in general – are akin to great arias. The Acropolis, as rebuilt under the leadership of Pericles in the years following 450 bce, lies in a complex context built upon the traditional architectural and religious attitudes and practices that shaped the pre-Persian Acropolis. This article concerns the Archaic temple of Athena that was set on fire in the Persian sack of Athens and its function in the monumental reconstruction of the Acropolis under Pericles.

Famous classical buildings, such as the Parthenon, are preserved in such monumental isolation that it is hard to reconstruct the effect that they might have had on the ancient visitor. Their setting relative to other buildings, to statues, and surrounding vegetation is lost to us. This book presents a forensic examination of the archaeological remains on the Acropolis to reconstruct the immediate surroundings of one of the most striking monuments of antiquity.