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grand procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus
E. E. Rice
|Series||Oxford classical and philosophical monographs|
|Contributions||Kallixeinos, of Rhodes.|
|LC Classifications||DT92 .R52 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||225 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||83002387|
Ptolemy Philadelphus, son of Mark Antony, the Roman triumvir of the East, and Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt; in 30 bc he was exiled to Rome and later died there in obscurity. During his father’s triumph at Alexandria in 34 young Ptolemy was proclaimed king of Syria and Asia Minor. When Octavian. The Grand Procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus (Oxford, ) with text. On the role of animals, see Coleman, K. M., ‘Ptolemy Philadelphus and the Roman amphitheatre’ in Slater, W. J. (ed.), Roman Theatre and Society (Ann Arbor, forthcoming ).Cited by:
Ptolemy II’s Gift to the Temple in the Letter of Aristeas The Letter of Aristeas embellishes its account of Ptolemy’s gift of a table and bowls to the Jerusalem Temple with what Greek rhetoric calls ekphrasis, a graphic description of a thing or person intended to bring the subject vividly to the eyes of the reader. HOW PTOLEMY PHILADELPHUS PROCURED THE LAWS OF THE JEWS TO BE TRANSLATED INTO THE GREEK TONGUE AND SET MANY CAPTIVES FREE, AND DEDICATED MANY GIFTS TO GOD. 1. WHEN Alexander had reigned twelve years, and after him Ptolemy Soter forty years, Philadelphus then took the kingdom of Egypt, and held it forty years within one. He procured the law to be.
Ptolemy II,Philadelphus ( b.c.) was the younger son of Ptolemy I, and ruled for the last two years of his father’s life. He organized the Alexandrian Library inaugurated by his father. He organized the Alexandrian Library inaugurated by his father. Ptolemy Soter is described very briefly in Daniel, (Daniel ) as one of those who should receive part of the empire of Alexander when it was "divided toward the four winds of heaven." PTOLEMAEUS II. PHILADELPHUS, B.C. , the youngest son of Ptolemy I., was made king two years before his father's death, to confirm the irregular succession.
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Like the reign of Ramesses II centuries earlier, the reign of Ptolemy II (Philadelphos or Philadelphus) was the high point of the three hundred-year long Ptolemaic dynasty. During that time, Alexandria was the richest jewel in their empire. Thanks to the ego of Philadelphos, the Ptolemaieia—but especially the Grand Procession—formed one of the most ostentatious spectacles the world has.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rice, E.E. Grand procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, The Grand Procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus: Part Two on which the Grand Procession could have travelled.
By now it is well into the afternoon and the procession of symbols, floats, and wealth continues with some politically subtle messages of the grand procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus book - a cart with a large colorfully painted statue of Dionysus flying to the altar of Rhea.
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Rice. The grand procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus, E. Rice, Kallixeinos (of Rhodes.), Oxford University Press,pages. Ancient History Sourcebook: Athanaeus (fl. CE): The Great Spectacle and Procession of Ptolemy II Philadelphus, BCE [Davis Intro:] When Ptolemy II Philadelphus became king of Egypt ( B.C.), he celebrated his accession by a magnificent procession and festival at Alexandria.
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The Great Spectacle and Procession of Ptolemy II Philadelphus, BCE [Davis Intro:] When Ptolemy II Philadelphus became king of Egypt ( B.C.), he celebrated his accession by a magnificent procession and festival at Alexandria.
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These connotations would have promoted the perception of Philadelphus as a legitimate and benevolent ruler capable of transcending cultural boundaries. The grand procession in the Ptolemaia festival has been characterized by Dorothy J.
Thompson as a form of propaganda for the ruling family. Berenice, (died c. bc), daughter of Ptolemy II Philadelphus and Arsinoe I of Egypt. She was married to the Seleucid ruler Antiochus II Theos, supplanting his first wife, Laodice, whose children she persuaded him to bar from the succession to the throne in favour of her e, however, persuaded Antiochus to come to Ephesus (in Asia Minor), where he died inperhaps a victim of.
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The paper is about the automaton Nysa, which operated in the Grand Procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus in the first half of the 3rd century BC. What was its design. We discuss several possible answers to this question.
We give special attention to the mechanism that made Nysa stand up and sit down by: 1. Rice has written: 'The grand procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus' -- subject(s): Processions, History Asked in Example Sentences Can you give a sentence with the word procession?.
For a fuller discussion of the procession see: The Grand Procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus (by E.E. Rice) This book is now out of print but you can have track down a copy for you Ancient History Sourcebook: Theocritus - Fifteenth Idyll, c.
BCE.Ptolemy II Philadelphus (Greek: Πτολεμαῖος Φιλάδελφος, Ptolemaîos Philádelphos "Ptolemy Beloved o his Sibling"; – BCE) wis the keeng o Ptolemaic Egyp frae tae BCE. References Soorces. Clayton, Peter A. (). Coregency: Arsinoe I, Arsinoe II.Heir of Ptolemy son of Lagus, Alexander the Great's general (who took Egypt over in BC), Ptolemy II Philadelphus reigned in Alexandria from to The greatest of the Hellenistic kings of his time, Philadelphus exercised power far beyond the confines of Egypt, while at his glittering royal court the Library of Alexandria grew to be a matchless monument to Greek intellectual life.