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Unformatted text preview: Ancient Art History Final Project draft Yihan Zhu In Conenelly article, she gave us a story about Erecheus against Eumplus- tragedy of Erechtheus’, which is referred by Orator Lycurgus and papyrus. King Erecheus ‘s youngest daughter should be scarified for wining the battle. And other two daughters will die later. Thus she explains the peplos panel that no boy in this ritual expected a man wears ungirt tunic appropriate for his priestly office is looked as King Erecheus. A girl is regarded as Erecheus’s daughter by the usual interpretation said a girl is an arrephoroi. However the arrephoroi is always a pair. For Tyrrhenian amphora Painting and Seaford’s evidents, she figured out that they would dress a special cloth for human sacrificial victim or wedding. In an addition, in general interoperation, sccolars explains he stool is used to let flamen to sit in vase paintings” oinochoe” and” amphora”. However based on Erika Simon’s interpretation and paintings “pyxis “ and “Pelike”, Connelly regards stools as...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2011 for the course ACCT 3001 taught by Professor Erickson during the Spring '10 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.

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