Pylos

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Coordinata: 37°1′37.37″N 21°41′41.41″E / 37.0270472°N 21.6948361°E / 37.0270472; 21.6948361

Pylos"Palatium Nestoris" (Peloponnesi physicalis  )
Pylos"Palatium Nestoris"
Pylos
"Palatium Nestoris"
Situs in Peloponneso

Pylos (Graece: Πύλος) fuit urbs Mycenaea in Messenia Graeciae. Situs fere 3 chm. a vico Chora occidentem et meridiem versus distat ad locum hodiernum Enclianum Superius (Επάνω Εγκλιανό). Archaeologi ibi ruinas effosserunt (et praecipue palatii q.d. Nestoris) tabulasque scripturae Linearis B reppererunt. E nomine urbis antiquae nuncupatur oppidum hodiernum, fere 17 chm. distans et ad oram maritimam iacens.

Regnum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Pylos fuit caput regni in duas provincias divisi:

de-we-ro-a3-ko-ra-i-ja, in qua novem pagi comprehensi sunt: pi-*82, me-ta-pa, pe-to-no, pa-ki-ja-pi, a-pu2-we, a-ke-re-wa, ro-u-so, ka-ra-do-ro, ri-jo
pe-ra3-ko-ra-i-ja, in qua septem pagi comprehensi sunt: ti-mi-to-a-ke-e, ra-wa-ra-ta2, sa-ma-ra, a-si-ja-ti-ja, e-ra-te-re-wa-pi, za-ma-e-wi-ja, e-re-i[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • C. W. Blegen, Marion Rawson; Jack L. Davis, Cynthia W. Shelmerdine, edd., A Guide to the Palace of Nestor, Mycenaean Sites in Its Environs and the Chora Museum. Nova ed. Athenis: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2001. ISBN 9780876616406 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books) [editio prima: 1962]
  • C. W. Blegen, M. Rawson, The Palace of Nestor at Pylos in Western Messenia. I: The buildings and their contents. Princetoniae, 1966
  • J. L. Davis, ed., Sandy Pylos: an archaeological history from Nestor to Navarino. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998
  • S. Hofstra, Small Things Considered: The Finds from Pylos in Context. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2000
  • M. Lang, The Palace of Nestor at Pylos in Western Messenia. II: The frescoes. Princetoniae, 1969
  • Thomas G. Palaima, "Sacrificial Feasting in the Linear B Documents" in Hesperia vol. 73 (2004) pp. 217-246 JSTOR
  • L. A. Schepartz, S. Miller-Antonio, J. M. A. Murphy, "Differential Health among the Mycenaeans of Messenia: Status, Sex, and Dental Health at Pylos" in L. A. Schepartz, S. C. Fox, C. Bourbou, edd., New Directions in the Skeletal Biology of Greece (Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2009) pp. 155–174
  • C. W. Shelmerdine, The Perfume Industry in Mycenaean Pylos. Göteborg, 1985 (SIMA Pocket Book, 34)
De provinciis et pagis
  • J. Bennet, "Space through time: diachronic perspectives on the spatial organization of the Pylian state" in Politeia (1995) pp. 587-602
  • J. Chadwick, "The two provinces of Pylos" in Minos vol. 7 (1963) pp. 125-141
  • J. T. Killen, "The two provinces of Pylos revisited" in Faventia, Supplementa vol. 1. Actas del Simposio Internacional: 55 Años de Micenología (1952-2007) p. 155 ff.
  • A. P. Sainer, "An index of the place names at Pylos" in Studi micenei ed egeo-anatolici vol. 17 (1976) pp. 17-63

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