Brill's Companion to Aphrodite
Amy C. Smith, Sadie Pickup
BRILL, Mar 22, 2010 - History - 472 pages
In this book an international team of scholars from a wide range of academic fields and perspectives reevaluate the Greek goddess Aphrodite, her worship throughout the Mediterranean, manifold roles in Graeco-Roman antiquity, and reception through the Renaissance and beyond.
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PART ONE APHRODITES IDENTITY
PART TWO APHRODITES COMPANIONS AND RELATIONS
PART THREE THE SPREAD OF APHRODITES CULTS
PART FOUR THE RECEPTION OF THE GODDESS
Periodization of Antiquity
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Aeneas Aeneid Aineias Akropolis Anchises ancient Aphrodite’s appearance Archaeological Archaic armed Artemis aspects Astarte Athena Athenian Augustan beauty Bonnard Botticelli Casket century BC ciel et guerre Classical context Corinth cult of Aphrodite Cypriot Cypriot Aphrodite Cyprus dedicated deity Delivorrias depicted divine epithet Eros erotic evidence example Excavations female feminine fifth century figure figurines fourth century goddess gods Hathor Hellenistic Hermary Hesiod Hittite Homeric Hymn iconography Idalion Iliad image of Aphrodite Inschriften inscriptions interpretation Karageorghis Kition Knidos Kypris L’Aphrodite grecque Leukas LIMC literary London male martial monopteros mosaic Museum myth naked nude Odysseus Ourania Oxford painting Paphos Paris Paus Pausanias Photo Piraeus Pirenne-Delforge Pironti Praxiteles reference role Roman Rome s.v. Aphrodite sanctuary of Aphrodite scene sculpture sexual shrine statue Stormgod suggest temple terracottas trans Trojan Ulbrich Venus and Mars viewer Villa Villa Farnesina Virgil's visual votive Worshipping Aphrodite Zeus