Sarcophagus villae Sanctae Trinitatis

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Series principalis imaginum e sarcophago villae Sanctae Trinitatis in Creta (Museum Archaeologicum Heracleense)
Sarcophagus villae S. Trinitatis: facies orientalis
Sarcophagus villae S. Trinitatis: facies borealis

Sarcophagus, anno circiter 1 400 a.C.n. confecta, in ruinis villae Sanctae Trinitatis Cretae anno 1903 repertus est. Hodie apud Museum Archaeologicum Heracleense servatur.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Stewart E. Brekke, "The Hagia Triada Sarcophagus: Egyptian Influence on Minoan Religion" in Ancient World (2010) pp. 156-167
  • Brendan Burke, "Materialization of Mycenaean ideology and the Ayia Triada sarcophagus" in American Journal of Archaeology vol. 109 (2005) pp. 403-422 JSTOR
  • Chrysanthi Gallou, The Mycenaean Cult of the Dead. Oxoniae: Archaeopress, 2005 (BAR International Series, vol. 1372)
  • Doro Levi, "The Sarcophagus of Hagia Triada Restored" in Archaeology vol. 9 (1956) pp. 192-199 JSTOR
  • Charlotte Long, The Ayia Triadha Sarcophagus. Göteborg: Astrom, 1974
  • Nanno Marinatos, Minoan Religion: Ritual, Image, and Symbol (Columbiae: University of South Carolina Press, 1993) cap. 2
  • Jean Porter Nauert, "The Hagia Triada Sarcophagus: an iconographical study" in Antike Kunst vol. 8 (1965) pp. 91-98 JSTOR
  • Jean Porter Nauert, "A Goat-Chariot on the Hagia Triada Sarcophagus: A Further Note" in American Journal of Archaeology vol. 76 (1972) p. 437 JSTOR
  • Terry Small, "A Goat-Chariot on the Hagia Triada Sarcophagus" in American Journal of Archaeology vol. 76 (1972) p. 327 JSTOR

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