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✹ [BOOKS] ✭ Worshipping Athena Panathenaia and Parthenon Wisconsin Studies in Classics By Jenifer Neils ❃ – Amateur-sleuth.co The foremost religious festival of ancient Athens—the city dedicated to Athena goddess of war fertility arts and wisdom—was the Panathenaia Challenging old assumptions and refuting new theories WoThe foremost religious festival of ancient Athens—the city dedicated to Athena goddess of war fertility arts and wisdom—was the Panathenaia Challenging old assumptions and refuting new theories Worshipping Athena addresses the many problems of interpretation and understanding that have swirled for years around the Panathenaia Among the issues discussed is the recent sensational controversy over the Parthenon frieze perhaps the best known but least understood work of Greek art For centuries the frieze has been thought to represent the Panath.

Enaia procession but recently the argument has been advanced that it depicts the sacrifice of the daughters of the Athenian king Erechtheus Worshipping Athena offers compelling evidence that the frieze does indeed depict the festal procession and also demonstrates that scenes of contemporary ritual were not uniue to the Parthenon    Editor Jenifer Neils and the contributors—eminent classicists archaeologists and art historians—explore the role of the Panathenaia in Athenian life and compare it with similar festivals held throughout the a.

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