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The fourteen essays during this quantity percentage new and evolving wisdom, theories, and observations in regards to the urban of Athens or the area of Attica. The contents comprise essays on topography, structure, faith and cult, sculpture, ceramic reviews, iconography, epigraphy, alternate, and drama. This quantity is devoted to John McK. Camp II, to recognize the intense impression he has had at the box of Greek archaeology via his paintings within the Athenian Agora, as a student of old Greece, and as Mellon Professor on the American college of Classical stories. The individuals' paintings represents present learn by way of the newest iteration of students with ties to Athens. all the members have been scholars of Professor Camp in Greece, and their essays are devoted to him in gratitude for his profound impact on their lives and careers.
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Thönges-Stringaris sees the funerary scenes as showing a symposium in the afterlife; Dentzer draws on the meaning of the Archaic period symposium for his reading of the imagery. 24 Because of the prevalence of implicit or explicit links between banquet imagery and the symposium in scholarship, the nature of a possible relationship between the two deserves closer scrutiny. The Greek symposium, a social institution that came into its own among elites during the Archaic period, was the second stage of a meal that a 8 Chapter 1 man hosted for a group of his associates.
504; and c) Dentzer, Le motif de banquet couché, 592, cat. R 208. 12562. 7. On this type of funerary marker, see Clairmont, Classical Attic Tombstones, Introductory Volume, 41–43; Scholl, Die attischen Bildfeldstelen. 8. Because Agora S 3562 (Agora 35, cat. 133, plate 37) preserves only the bottom right corner of the sculpted panel, it is impossible to know if it, too, included a seated woman with the reclined man. Grossman notes that the two figures standing to the right of the kline, one male and one female, are unattested elsewhere.
Of course in 1917, conclusive signs of a square or indeed any shape would have been few. For early plans and photos of the site see Craig A. Mauzy, and John McK. Camp II, Agora Excavations, 1931—2006: A Pictorial History (Athens: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2006). Those elements that were visible—some of the western buildings at the foot of Kolonos Agoraios, the line of the Stoa of Attalos, the east side of the Hephaisteion, and the line of the Giants—were no doubt suggestive, but the influence of “square” = “market” seems to drive the conclusion.