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A Catalogue of the Sculptures of the Parthenon, in the British Museum (Classic Reprint)
by Arthur Hamilton Smith
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No original works of Myron are extant. His best known work, the Discobolos, is preserved in copies, one of which is described below. The bronze statuette of Marsyas in the Bronze Room (no. 269) may be a study after a group of Athene and Marsyas by Myron.

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3225Hall, Manly Palmer, The Secret Teachings of All Ages, 1928ISBN 1-59-420081-5It has been speculated that the ancient writers, including Plutarch who had worked as a priest at Delphi, were correct in attributing the oracular effects to the sweet-smelling pneuma (Ancient Greek for breath, wind or vapour) escaping from the chasm in the rock^ Stoa of the Athenians at Ashes2ArtThey published their impressions separately43Pouqueville, W.MIn 83 BC a Thracian tribe raided Delphi, burned the temple, plundered the sanctuary and stole the "unquenchable fire" from the altarThe Siphnian Treasury was dedicated by the city of Siphnos whose citizens gave a tithe of the yield from their silver mines until the mines came to an abrupt end when the sea flooded the workingsApollo was said to have slain Python, a "drako" a serpent or a dragon who lived there and protected the navel of the Earth.[6] "Python" (derived from the verb (pyth),[7] "to rot") is claimed by some to be the original name of the site in recognition of Python which Apollo defeated.[8] The Homeric Hymn to Delphic Apollo recalled that the ancient name of this site had been Krisa.[9] Others relate that it was named Pytho and that Pythia, the priestess serving as the oracle, was chosen from their ranks by a group of priestesses who officiated at the templeThe preserved remains of two monumental fountains that received the water from the spring date to the Archaic period and the Roman, with the latter cut into the rock8The E4 European long distance path passes through the east end of the town^ (Liritzis, I and Castro, (2013) Delphi and Cosmovision: Apollos absence at the land of the hyperboreans and the time for consulting the oracleModern Delphi[edit] , in , In addition to the archaeological interest, Delphi attracts tourists visiting the Parnassus Ski Center and the popular coastal towns of the regionThe theatre could accommodate about 4,500 spectators.[47]Delphi is perhaps best known for its oracle, the Pythia, the sibyl or priestess at the sanctuary dedicated to Apollo1977The Delphic Oracle exerted considerable influence throughout the Greek world, and she was consulted before all major undertakings including wars and the founding of colonies.[34] She also was respected by the Greek-influenced countries around the periphery of the Greek world, such as Lydia, Caria, and even Egypt36Comment on DayPoems?Fresco of Delphic sibyl painted by Michaelangelo at the Sistine Chapel 2ffeafca65


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