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Kalydon

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

Site of ancient Greek city in Aitolia on the northern side of the Corinthian Gulf, situated on two hills overlooking the plain of the River Euenos. It flourished from the ...

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Kalydon

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

Site of ancient Greek city in Aitolia on the northern side of the Corinthian Gulf, situated on two hills overlooking the plain of the River Euenos. It flourished from the ...

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Kalydon

R. A. Tomlinson.

in Grove Art Online

August 1996; p ublished online January 1998 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Art. 892 words.

Site of ancient Greek city in Aitolia on the northern side of the Corinthian Gulf, situated on two hills overlooking the plain of the River Euenos. It flourished from the Late Bronze Age...

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Kalydon

Edited by Gordon Campbell.

in The Grove Encyclopedia of Classical Art and Architecture

January 2007; p ublished online January 2007 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Ancient and Classical Art (to 500 CE). 902 words.

Site of ancient Greek city in Aitolia on the northern side of the Corinthian Gulf, situated on two hills overlooking

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Poulsen, Frederik (1876 - 1950), archaeologist, writer

Flemming Johansen.

in Grove Art Online

August 1996; p ublished online January 1998 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Art. 305 words.

Danish archaeologist and writer. He studied in Göttingen and Munich 1886–97, was a private tutor in Poland 1901–2, received a PhD from the University of Copenhagen in 1904 and was director...

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New Statues for Old Gods

Jan N. Bremmer and Andrew Erskine.

in The Gods of Ancient Greece

July 2010; p ublished online September 2012 .

Chapter. Subjects: Religion in the Ancient World. 10074 words.

This chapter addresses the circumstances surrounding the production of monumental new statues of deities in precious materials (such as gold and ivory) in fifth- and fourth-century B.C....

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