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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. Anno 2015 sepulcrum subterraneum reppererunt ubi anno circiter 1 500 a.C.n. cadaver "bellatoris gryphis" (cuius nomen nescitur) resque divitissimae depositae sunt.

E nomine urbis antiquae nuncupatur oppidum hodiernum, fere 17 chm. distans et ad oram maritimam iacens.

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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]

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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
  • C. W. Shelmerdine, The Perfume Industry in Mycenaean Pylos. Göteborg, 1985 (SIMA Pocket Book, 34)
De alimentis et cenis
  • Thomas G. Palaima, "Sacrificial Feasting in the Linear B Documents" in Hesperia vol. 73 (2004) pp. 217-246 JSTOR
  • A. Papathanasiou, Lynne A. Schepartz, Michael P. Richards, E. Malapani, "Bioarchaeological evidence for social differentiation in the health and diet of Mycenaean Pylos" in Πανεπιστήμιο Πελοππονήσου: Πρακτικά 2ου Συμποσίου ARC-RNT (Calamatae, 2012) pp. 143-151
  • Lynne A. Schepartz, Sari Miller-Antonio, Joanne 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
  • Lynne A. Schepartz, Sari Miller-Antonio, Sharon R. Stocker, Jack L. Davis, Joanne M. A. Murphy, Michael P. Richards, "No Seat at the Table? Mycenaean Women’s Diet and Health in Pylos, Greece" in Lynne A. Schepartz, ed., Anthropology a la Carte: The Evolution and Diversity of Human Diet (2a ed. Cognella Academic Publishing, 2014. ISBN 978-1-62131-796-8)
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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