The selling of Eros appears in an epigram written by Meleager of Gadara, the Hellenistic
poet of around 100 BC, known for his erotic verses.
He wrote uncompromisingly for experts in Hellenistic
In the 1st and 2nd centuries AD there were important commercial interchanges with the Hellenistic
world, not just at Qaryat Al-Far: Hellenistic
fashions spread all around Arabia.
The jar found is of the Amphora kind that dates back to the Hellenistic
civilisation during which the Greek culture mixed with the Eastern civilisation following Alexander the Great's occupation of many areas of the ancient East.
No study on Hellenistic
Egypt would be complete without Cleopatra VII (chapters three to five).
In the first, Jonathan Barnes offers an introduction to Hellenistic
There are layers of evidence of the cultures which existed from the Iron Age to modern times, through the Persian, Hellenistic
, Early Roman, Byzantine, Early Islamic, and Ottoman eras.
These scenarios are likewise shot through with references to mythology and art, so that Poussin's Triumph of Pan inspires a work of the same name and composition, the Hellenistic
Nike of Samothrace idles in Antin's The Players (all works 2004), and the tradition of hyperbolic salon painting is everywhere felt.
The supreme shapers of Hellenistic
paideia, furthermore, were the Iliad and Odyssey attributed to Homer.
For two hundred years, scholars have presumed the Bible was written during the Persian and Hellenistic
priods (the fifth through second centuries B.
Christopher Celenza offers a detailed study of the "post-Plotinian" Ficino--the influence of later Hellenistic
sources on his thought.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art plans $900 million in interior construction projects aimed at dramatically enhancing the museum's displays of Hellenistic
and Roman art, Etruscan art, Islamic art, 19th-century art, modern art and modern photography.