4 edition of Greek Offerings found in the catalog.
December 15, 1997
by Oxbow Books Ltd
Written in English
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Originally published inthis book provides an extensive survey of the tradition of votive offerings in ancient Greece. Rouse details the various motives behind offerings, including propitiation, tithes, and domestic purposes, drawing on the evidence of inscriptions and ancient eyewitnesses, and also examines ancient votive formulae.
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The center of Greek religious rituals was the animal sacrifice, hence the presence of the altar at the temple. Most often, the animals were oxen, goats, bulls and sheep. Some gods were thought to prefer certain animals -- Athena was believed to have liked cows as sacrifices.
Greek Votive Offerings: An Essay in the History of Greek Religion Page 1 - The main purpose of the book, however, is to collect and classify those offerings which are not immediately perishable ; and by examining the occasion of their dedication, and Greek Offerings book statements made about it, 5/5(1).
Greek Offerings by Olga Palagia,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The nature of a sacrificial ritual as well as that which was to be sacrificed could vary somewhat, but the most basic sacrifice was that of an animal -- usually a steer, pig, or goat (with the choice depending partially upon cost and scale, but even.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rouse, W.H.D. (William Henry Denham), Greek votive offerings. New York: Arno Press, (OCoLC) Guilt Offering A sacrifice for personal sins. It differed slightly from other sin offerings in that it was to satisfy or restore certain covenant rights that the repentant wrongdoer had lost because of a sin and to give him relief from the penalty.
One issue that comes up often for people learning about modern Pagan spirituality is the concept of appropriate worship. There tends to be some question about what, exactly, is the right offering to make to the gods or goddesses of one's tradition — and how we should honor them when making those offerings.
Excerpt from Greek Votive Offerings: An Essay in the History of Greek Religion Lastly, a general review will gather up all the threads together, and draw the necessary conclusions.
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Forms and content of worship va.Rockers secured U.S. distribution in ; 40 years later, the film continues to be widely screened, critically lauded, and now, meticulously documented in a spectacular page coffee table book.Votive offerings, which have been excavated from sanctuaries by the thousands, were a physical expression of thanks on the part of individual worshippers.
The Greeks worshipped in sanctuaries located, according to the nature of the particular deity, either within the city or in the countryside.