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“…Hall have been attributed to one or more wooden statues of divine figures (Castleden 1990:89-90;Hägg 1983;Hägg and Lindau 1984;Koehl 1995:34). Furthermore, from the same deposit came many fragments of high reliefs that depicted bull-sports, athletic contests, large griffins, female breasts, and the like and which probably represented the decoration of the Great East Hall that Evans reconstructed on the upper floor north of the Domestic Quarter (Evans 1930:497-514;Hood 2000b:24;Immerwahr 1990:53;Rehak and Younger 2001:412;Shaw 1995:100).…”
Section: Innovation and Continuity In The Knossian Fresco Iconography: 'New' Themes And 'Old' Themesmentioning
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“…Hall have been attributed to one or more wooden statues of divine figures (Castleden 1990:89-90;Hägg 1983;Hägg and Lindau 1984;Koehl 1995:34). Furthermore, from the same deposit came many fragments of high reliefs that depicted bull-sports, athletic contests, large griffins, female breasts, and the like and which probably represented the decoration of the Great East Hall that Evans reconstructed on the upper floor north of the Domestic Quarter (Evans 1930:497-514;Hood 2000b:24;Immerwahr 1990:53;Rehak and Younger 2001:412;Shaw 1995:100).…”
Section: Innovation and Continuity In The Knossian Fresco Iconography: 'New' Themes And 'Old' Themesmentioning
“…588 Evans regarded this complex of rooms as a throne room for the priest-king who governed the palace of Knossos. Hägg and Neimeier expanded on Reusch's remarks and proposed that a ritual enacting the epiphany of the goddess took place in the Throne Room complex (Hägg 1983;Niemeier 1987;Reusch 1958). More recently, Goodison elaborated on the role natural light may have played in these rituals (Goodison 2004).…”
Section: The Throne Room Complexmentioning
“…The locks of bronze were found amidst thick carbonized remains of what might have been a statue. Robin Hägg noticed that the pieces of bronze had no obvious way of been attached to a wooden statue and reinterpreted them as individual wigs that adorned four different statuettes (Hägg 1983). The horns are 1.30m long and 0.74 m high!…”
Section: The East Wing -The Domestic Quartermentioning
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