Prior scholarship defined the fourth century BC as an age of theatrical decline. This e-book, the 1st to discover all elements of fourth-century theatre, unearths it to be an epoch of exceptional growth and innovation. 19 best students assessment the facts for fourth-century drama to develop into the pre-eminent cultural establishment of the traditional international.
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150. 162. 182. Even if the number of 240 works recorded in later sources is considered an exaggeration. This number along with his attested victories (12 or 15) indicates Astydamas’ great fame and the important role he played in theatrical affairs during the fourth century in Athens: Welcker 1841, 1053; Easterling 1997c, 212 n. 6. 214–216. See Taplin, this volume. TrGF 60 T 2a (Phot. 502, 21; Apostol. 15, 36 = Anthologia Lyrica Greca, ed. E. Diehl 3 I 113): “Would I had lived in their day or they in mine, who bear the palm for a happy tongue: then should I have been truly judged if I had come off first; but alas!
18. 22). Bearing in mind the prevailing view that the marble propylon should be attributed to the Lycurgan period100, 93 94 95 Giraud 1991, 75 fig. 31 (Eleusis, South Pylon, fourth century); Haddad 1995, pls. 43. 46–47. The study and the reconstruction drawings of the western door of the Parthenon by M. Korres are particularly instructive: supra n. 91. Orlandos – Travlos 1986, 191 s. v. Ρ «. Orig« was a bulky block the upper inally the Ρ surface of which carried a depression that received the pivot.
55–58; Haddad 1995, pls. 84 a. b. 96 97 98 99 100 Orlandos 1994, 62; on joinery in woodworking: Ulrich 2008, 450–453 fig. 5. This base is one of the alterations and additions undertaken as part of the early Hadrianic decorative programme of the Neronian stagebuilding: Papastamati-von Moock 2012, 136f. Drawing 1 (identified as the base of the statue of the personification of Tragodia). Büsing-Kolbe 1978, 142; Haddad 1995, 15. Pylon, prothyron or thyroma: Orlandos – Travlos 1986, 131f. 219. 226. For the terminology, see Carpenter 1970, 1–4; Ortaç 2001, 1–7 with further bibliography.