agonothetes


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agonothetes

(əˌɡəʊnəˈθiːtiːz)
n
a person who presided over the ancient Olympic Games
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7), vemos um atleta nu, adulto, em companhia de outros atletas, sendo coroado por um agonothetes. Sobre duas crateras campaniformes, uma de meados do sec.
Bonum agonem subituri estis in quo agonothetes Deus vivus est, xystarches Spiritus Sanctus.
(76) The two appear to have had some relationship with each other since it is known that the same agonothetes presided over both festivals, and the Isthmian Games (trieteric) preceded the Caesarea (pentaeteric).
744) honored and set up as an example for public emulation (46-48) a local benefactor who provided "spectacle and entertainment and merriment for the soul" ([LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 25) in the course of the many public dinners, feasts, and sacrifices that he financed at his own expense as an agonothetes. Being the first to provide one's city with the best akroamata on offer (ta proteuonta.
Segundo o epigrafista frances, essas moedas poderiam tratar-se de emissoes civicas emitidas pela Confederacao de Atena Ilias, e seria o presidente dos agonothetes que teria feito inscrever o seu nome sobre as emissoes.
The presence of yet another imperial dedication (38) in the basilica, amid the highest concentration of imperial sculpture in Corinth (39) but for the theater and amid the highest concentration of agonothetes dedications found in Corinth, is suggestive of the presence of some manifestation of the imperial cult in the Julian Basilica.