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Οι Κωδικοποιημένες Πληροφορίες της Ελληνικής Μυθολογίας. Δεύτερο μέρος | Μαίανδρος

Οι Κωδικοποιημένες Πληροφορίες της Ελληνικής Μυθολογίας. Δεύτερο μέρος | Μαίανδρος

22.El azul era un color caro, procedía de Egipto.En poco tiempo, el azul comenzó a relacionarse con los enemigos del Imperio Romano bárbaros, celtas y germanos,lo que hizo que el azul pasara a ser un color de guerra y lucha.

22.El azul era un color caro, procedía de Egipto.En poco tiempo, el azul comenzó a relacionarse con los enemigos del Imperio Romano bárbaros, celtas y germanos,lo que hizo que el azul pasara a ser un color de guerra y lucha.

Blog de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas: HISTORIA DE LA COMUNICACIÓN

Blog de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas: HISTORIA DE LA COMUNICACIÓN

Wounded woman. 1600 BC. Akrotiri, Thera.   (x) Girl from Xeste 3 fresco cycle  Procession with wounded foot.

Wounded woman. 1600 BC. Akrotiri, Thera. (x) Girl from Xeste 3 fresco cycle Procession with wounded foot.

The Secret Real Truth: Περί μιας εκστρατείας που αναφέρουν αρχαίοι συγγρα...

The Secret Real Truth: Περί μιας εκστρατείας που αναφέρουν αρχαίοι συγγρα...

Wall paintings from the villa of P. Fannius Synistor in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. The villa was buried due to ash from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD.

Wall paintings from the villa of P. Fannius Synistor in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. The villa was buried due to ash from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD.

Scene VII in the Villa de Misteri (Pompeii)  Initiation into the Dionysian Mysteries: under the imperial purple is probably a Herm, standing in a winnowing fan.  The winnowing fan (“líknon” also meaning a “cradle”) featured in the rites accorded Dionysus and in the Eleusinian Mysteries, and in the birth narratives of Sargon the Great, Moses and Jesus.

Scene VII in the Villa de Misteri (Pompeii) Initiation into the Dionysian Mysteries: under the imperial purple is probably a Herm, standing in a winnowing fan. The winnowing fan (“líknon” also meaning a “cradle”) featured in the rites accorded Dionysus and in the Eleusinian Mysteries, and in the birth narratives of Sargon the Great, Moses and Jesus.

Villa Poppaea, at Oplontis.

Villa Poppaea, at Oplontis.

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