By Dhunbijoy Jamsetjee Medhora
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SANCTUARY FESTIVALS AND MYTHS From the early sixth century, four major sanctuaries, Olympia, Delphi, Isthmia and Nemea, formed the heart of a festival cycle which also included numerous smaller local festivals, of which little or no archaeological trace survives. In contrast to the longer histories of Olympia and Delphi, the inter-state festivals at Isthmia and Nemea were the later creations of controlling patron states. 84 At Nemea, by contrast, although there is clear seventh century evidence for cult activity, the construction of the first temple, probably c.
14) 185– 97). Spartan lead figurines at Tegea: Dugas (supra n. 19) 428–9; Voyatzis (supra n. 14) 274–81. Alroth, Greek Gods and Figurines (Uppsala 1989). Rolley, Trépieds géométriques de bronze. Analyses complémentaires’, BCH 110 (1986) 121–36. Athletes and Oracles, 194–203. Athletes and Oracles, 28–30. Isthmia: Broneer, Gebhard (supra n. 6). Zeus as agriculture god: Langdon (supra n. Swaddling, The Ancient Olympic Games (London 1980) 12. Simon, Festivals of Attica (Madison 1983) 105–8, most Attic festivals originated as agricultural celebrations; cf.
Kilian-Dirlmeier, Anhänger in Griechenland von der mykenischen bis zur spätgeometrischen Zeit, PBF 11(2) (Munich 1979) 40–1 (cf. Voyatzis (supra n. 14) 185– 97). Spartan lead figurines at Tegea: Dugas (supra n. 19) 428–9; Voyatzis (supra n. 14) 274–81. Alroth, Greek Gods and Figurines (Uppsala 1989). Rolley, Trépieds géométriques de bronze. Analyses complémentaires’, BCH 110 (1986) 121–36. Athletes and Oracles, 194–203. Athletes and Oracles, 28–30. Isthmia: Broneer, Gebhard (supra n. 6). Zeus as agriculture god: Langdon (supra n.