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Reading Greek Death

To the End of the Classical Period

by Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages502
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7396889M
ISBN 100198150695
ISBN 109780198150695

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Drawing on a wide range of evidence--from literary texts, to inscriptions, to images in art--Sourvinou-Inwood sheds light on many key, still problematic, aspects of Greek life, myth, This book offers a series of in-depth studies of the beliefs, attitudes, and rituals surrounding death in ancient Greece, from the Minoan and Mycenean period to the end of the classical age/5(8).

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Drawing on a wide range of evidence--from literary texts, to inscriptions, to images in art--Sourvinou-Inwood sheds light on many key, still problematic, aspects of Greek life, myth, and literature.

This work examines aspects of the beliefs, attitudes, and rituals surrounding death in ancient Greece from the Minoan and Mycenean period to the end of the classical age.

It draws on different types of evidence including literary texts, burial customs, inscriptions, and images in art. Book Description An advanced critical introduction to Greek tragedy for those who do not read Greek.

Combines the best contemporary scholarly analysis of the classics with a wide knowledge of contemporary literary studies in discussing the masterpieces of Athenian by: Surveying funerary rites and attitudes toward death from the time of Homer to the fourth century BC, Robert Garland seeks to show what the ordinary Greek felt about death and the dead.

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It is written specifically for the reader who does not know Greek and who may be unfamiliar with the context of the Athenian drama festival but who nevertheless wants to appreciate the plays in all their by: This book is an advanced critical introduction to Greek tragedy.

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Greek Orthodox Church members take comfort that death isn’t the end and life is everlasting. The Greek Orthodox Church believes that in life after death, the soul is reunited with the body and with Christ — and a deceased person hasn’t just died, he’s “fallen asleep.” Jump ahead to these sections: Greek Orthodox Pre-Service Rituals.

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