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Worship of the Sacred Egyptian Triad in Chersonesus (Crimea)

Worship of the Sacred Egyptian Triad in Chersonesus (Crimea) WORSHIP OF THE SACRED EGYPTIAN TRIAD IN CHERSONESUS (CRIMEA) Y.G. VINOGRADOV and M.I. ZOLOTAREV The question of diverse links between the states on the north coast ' of the Black Sea and Hellenistic Egypt has recently been the subject of more detailed study and lively discussion between scholars in our country concerned with classical antiquities. This study and discussion were lent fresh impetus by the discovery of a fresco in the shrine to Aphrodite in Nymphaeum depicting an exceptionally grand Ptolemaic vessel "Isis" that was published by Nonna Gracl. The more general studies published since have concentrated mostly on archaeological materials - "Ptolemaic rings, Alexandrian pottery in the Hadra style, works of fine art and numismatics 2 - which have made it possible to piece together the way in which 1 N.L. Grac, "The Discovery of a New Historical Source in Nymphaeum", VDI 1 (1984), pp. 81-88; Eadem. Arkheologiya 57 (1987), pp. 87-95; Eadem. "Ein neuentdecktes Fresco aus hellenistischer Zeit in Nymphaion bei Kertsch", Skythika, published in Abhandlungen der Akademie, Munich 98 (1987), pp. 87-95, Plates 26-39; Eadem. "On the Question of Political Contacts between the Bosporus and Egypt in the 3rd Century BC" in Skifiya i Bospor (Scythia http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia Brill

Worship of the Sacred Egyptian Triad in Chersonesus (Crimea)

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0929-077X
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WORSHIP OF THE SACRED EGYPTIAN TRIAD IN CHERSONESUS (CRIMEA) Y.G. VINOGRADOV and M.I. ZOLOTAREV The question of diverse links between the states on the north coast ' of the Black Sea and Hellenistic Egypt has recently been the subject of more detailed study and lively discussion between scholars in our country concerned with classical antiquities. This study and discussion were lent fresh impetus by the discovery of a fresco in the shrine to Aphrodite in Nymphaeum depicting an exceptionally grand Ptolemaic vessel "Isis" that was published by Nonna Gracl. The more general studies published since have concentrated mostly on archaeological materials - "Ptolemaic rings, Alexandrian pottery in the Hadra style, works of fine art and numismatics 2 - which have made it possible to piece together the way in which 1 N.L. Grac, "The Discovery of a New Historical Source in Nymphaeum", VDI 1 (1984), pp. 81-88; Eadem. Arkheologiya 57 (1987), pp. 87-95; Eadem. "Ein neuentdecktes Fresco aus hellenistischer Zeit in Nymphaion bei Kertsch", Skythika, published in Abhandlungen der Akademie, Munich 98 (1987), pp. 87-95, Plates 26-39; Eadem. "On the Question of Political Contacts between the Bosporus and Egypt in the 3rd Century BC" in Skifiya i Bospor (Scythia

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Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to SiberiaBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1999

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