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frieze from the Hera I temple at Foce del Sele by Frances Dodds Van Keuren

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Published by G. Bretschneider in Roma .
Written in English



  • Sele River Region (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Capaccio.


  • Friezes -- Italy -- Capaccio.,
  • Sculpture, Greek -- Italy -- Capaccio.,
  • Metopes.,
  • Sele River Region (Italy) -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 9-10).

StatementVan Keuren.
SeriesArchaeologica,, 82
LC ClassificationsNB91.C3 V36 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination166 p., 43 p. of plates :
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1927656M
ISBN 108876890300
LC Control Number90141746

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The Frieze from the Hera I Temple at Foce del Sele, di F. Van Keuren, serie "Archaeologica" Edizioni Giorgio Bretschneider - Roma. Depictions of Heracles fighting Alcyoneus, named by inscription, are found on several sixth century BC pots (e.g., Lourve F). The earliest extant representation of their battle probably occurs on a metope from the first temple dedicated to Hera at Foce del Sele, which shows Heracles holding a large figure by the hair, while stabbing him with a sword. The Frieze from the Hera I Temple at Foce del Sele. In: Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, t fasc. 1, Antiquité — Oudheid. pp.   Today the Institute honors a study that illuminates the organizational principles of the Sele frieze, The Frieze from the Hera I Temple at Foce del Sele by Frances Dodds Van Keuren. The significance of this work reaches beyond the Sele temple to early Greek architectural sculpture as a whole, establishing the case for what was so long doubted.

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> Foce del Sele Temple of Hera - Ancient Temple in Italy in Calabria Submitted by AlexHunger on Sunday, 09 September Page Views: Italy Site Name: Foce del Sele Temple of Hera Alternative Name: Heraion. The earliest building at the Foce del Sele is not a temple in the classical sense but a so-called ‘Treasury’ and here it is reconstructed. At the top is the very fine frieze, but you will have to climb up to the first floor of the museum to see it properly. And here you can see the frieze properly from the first floor viewing platform. It was one of the most prominent sanctuaries in whole of the Greek world. It is said that it was actually the epithet 'Argive Hera' who was worshipped in the sanctuary of Hera on Samos and at sanctuaries of Hera located in southern Italy, e.g. Foce del Sele . Residence Mina is located in Foce del Sele and offers a bar. This property offers access to free WiFi. The apartment consists of 1 bathroom and a living room. Salerno is 31 km from the apartment, while Positano is 46 km from the property. Naples International Airport is 75 km away. Number of rooms: 1.