Disquisitions Upon the Painted Greek Vases, and Their Probable Connection with the Shows of the Eleusinian and Other Mysteries
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1825 - 146 sider
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Disquisitions Upon the Painted Greek Vases and Their Probable Connection ...
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1825
adduced allegories allusion amphora ancient antiquary appear Aristophanes Bacchus baptism baptistery Cabirs Campanulate capsule celebrated ceremonies Ceres CHAP character church ciborium coin collection columns conjecture considered D'Hancarville deity denote derived descent designed Dionysus Dioscuri doctrines Egypt Egyptian Eleusinian Eleusinian Mysteries Eleusis emblem Englefield vases erect exhibited explain expressed female figures fruit Genus goddess Greece Greek vases illumined illustrate implied inert inferis initiation Lantern leafits lip flat Magna Graecia meaning Metempsychosis Meursius mystae mysteries mystic nature neck Nelumbium noticed Nymphaea alba Nymphaea Lotus Oblate spheroidal observed opinion original ornaments Osiris Oviform pagan painting passage Passeri perfectory rites petals phallus plate Plutarch present preserved priests probably propylaea reference religious represented respecting Roman scenes seated serpent Shoulder Sicilian vase Species supposed symbols temple termed Thomas Hope throat contracted suddenly throat open Tibet tombs torch transparent triply scalloped Urceolate vessels vivifying water-lily word
Side 143 - Spirit : by which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison ; which sometime were disobedient, when once the longsuffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was a preparing, wherein few, that is, eight souls were saved by water.
Side iii - Disquisitions upon the painted Greek Vases, and their probable connection with the shows of the Eleusinian and other mysteries, by JC,' London, 1825, 4to, plates. 6. ' An Inquiry into the Early History of Greek Sculpture, by the late JC,
Side 111 - Ex quibus humanae, inquit, vitae erroribus et aerumnis fit ut interdum veteres illi sive vates sive in sacris initiisque tradendis divinae mentis interpretes, qui nos ob aliqua scelera suscepta in vita superiore poenarum luendarum causa natos esse dixerunt, aliquid vidisse videantur verumque sit illud quod est apud Aristotelem...
Side 6 - ... of the head. The most curious kinds of vases are found in the tombs in Sicily, those of finest manufacture near Nola in Campania. A different description of vessel seems to have' been peculiar to different districts, yet somo of almost every kind are found in the same tomb.
Side 144 - Octachorum sanctos templum surrexit in usus, Octagonus fons est, munere dignus eo. Hoc numero decuit sacri baptismatis aulam Surgere, quo populis vera salus rediit...
Side 8 - Sacrorum pleraque initia in Graecia participavi. Eorum quaedam signa et monumenta tradita mihi a sacerdotibus sedulo conservo.
Side 68 - Some among them, whom I conversed withal, admitted an intellectual, or incorporeal being, but only as governor and director, not as the author of nature ; nay, they pretended, that it is an effect of nature produced by In and Jo, — heaven and earth, one active, the other passive ; one the principle of generation, the other of corruption : after the same manner, also, they explained some other active powers of nature to be spiritual beings.