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The Calendar of Olbia Pontica [Extrait] : its history and methods of research / [Rusyayeva, A. S.]

Publication : 2003 In : Vestnik Drevnej Istorii, 245 fasc. 2, ISSN 0321-0391Description : p. 112-117Langue : Russe. Auteur principal: Rusyayeva, A. S Résumé : The article gives a brief historiographical account of the research in the calendar of Olbia Pontica (A. Bock, V.V. Latyshev, A. Rehm, F. Bilabel, N. Ehrhardt, Yu. G. Vinogradov). Special attention is paid to two calendar graffiti from Olbia studied and published by Yu. G. Vinogradov. The author concludes that various ideas were set forward by scholars in the 19th and 20th centuries concerning the calendar of Miletus and that of Olbia connected with it. The comparison of the calendars of the metropolis and its colony yielded some fortunate conjectures, but they were confirmed only by the inscriptions from Delphinion of Miletus, and later by a graffito from Olbia meticulously studied by Yu. Vinogradov. Different interpretations cannot alter his main conclusions about the calendar data provided by them..Sujets:calendrier -- graffiti -- scène -- iconographie Chrono:Antiquité grecque -- époque classique grecque -- époque hellénistique Lieux:Mer noire -- Olbia (Ukraine) -- Crimée
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The article gives a brief historiographical account of the research in the calendar of Olbia Pontica (A. Bock, V.V. Latyshev, A. Rehm, F. Bilabel, N. Ehrhardt, Yu. G. Vinogradov). Special attention is paid to two calendar graffiti from Olbia studied and published by Yu. G. Vinogradov. The author concludes that various ideas were set forward by scholars in the 19th and 20th centuries concerning the calendar of Miletus and that of Olbia connected with it. The comparison of the calendars of the metropolis and its colony yielded some fortunate conjectures, but they were confirmed only by the inscriptions from Delphinion of Miletus, and later by a graffito from Olbia meticulously studied by Yu. Vinogradov. Different interpretations cannot alter his main conclusions about the calendar data provided by them.

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