308: The authors of the "Thebais" say that Manto the daughter of Teiresias was sent to Delphi by the Epigoni as a first fruit of their spoil, and that in accordance with an oracle of Apollo she went out and met Rhacius, the son of Lebes, a Mycenaean
He had picked up a trifle, he said, which was rather a curiosity, it was an ancient Greek dagger of the Mycenaean
Epoch, and might well have been worn in the time of Theseus and Hippolyta.
Dan begins receiving visions of himself serving in the army of King Agamemnon during the Mycenaean
Greek siege of the Hittite city of Troy.
In a similar vein, when addressing the myth of Electra, Sophocles characterises the Mycenaean
Queen as a tyrant, an evil-minded creature, and a model of moral vice, consolidating the vast mythical tradition of misogyny, aversion and demonisation against Agamemnon's wife.
History plays a very important role when touring Cyprus, which is like an open-air museum, packed with exhibits bearing visible traces of the various empires that occupied the land in succession since prehistoric times - from the Mycenaean
Greeks who drilled the island's Greek foundations to the Phoenicians, Assyrians, Franks, Venetians, Ottomans and the British, from whom Cyprus received full independence in 1959.
Perhaps careful investigation might have changed the outcome of the Trojan War, a mythical protracted, bloody Bronze Age conflict pitting the kingdoms of Troy and Mycenaean
Greece against one another.
It is one of the highlights of a major exhibition on Mycenaean
culture, one of Europe's earliest civilizations.The Schloss Karlsruhe Museum is hosting the largest exhibition ever held on Mycenaean
Greece's cultural history.
Take the case of the late Bronze Age civilization known as the Mycenaean
. Based in the Peloponnese peninsula of what is now Greece, this civilization built monumental palaces at sites such as Mycenae and Tiryns, and its tombs were found to be filled with glorious golden treasures (now mostly on display at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens).
In this article, I aim to reconstruct "death histories" (per Geller 2012) in a case study of Late Bronze Age (Mycenaean
The labrys was an apotropaic sign used throughout the Mycenaean
world to protect against death.
SilverAEs conclusions are based on evidence sourcing from various genresutragedy, comedy, novel, epic, myth, forensic, epigraphic, onomastic, and iconographic from different periods, primarily Classical, but also Archaic, Hellenistic, and Mycenaean
, and cultures, especially Roman, but also the ancient Near East.
Its lair was the lake of Lerna in the Argolid, though archaeology has borne out the myth that the sacred site was older even than the Mycenaean
city of Argos since Lerna was the site of myth of the Danaids.