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Catalogue, in Italian and English, of the international travelling exhibition of photographs, organized by the Italian Im looking some good head in polygyros General for Cultural Promotion and Cooperation and the Cockeysville english chat of Foreign Affairs. Gangemi Editori, Rome, Head of Alexander the Great as Helios The larger-than-lifesize head, part of a huge sculpture thought to have been copied from a Hellenistic model, was formerly in the Vatican and was probably donated by Pope Pius V in Seven regularly-spaced holes around the head are thought to have been drilled for the attachment of a thin metal band from which radiated pointed spikes as solar rays, typical of depictions of the sun god Helios known to the Romans as Sol.
Various dates have been proposed for the head, from the 4th century BC to the 2nd century AD. According to the prevailing theory, it was made in the 1st century AD, perhaps during the reign of Nero, who is known to have placed a statue of himself as Helios in the vestibule of the Domus Aurea Pliny the Elder, Natural History, Book 34chapter Iconografia di Alessandro Magna in Italia, pages The Porticus of Metellus Macedonicus Porticus Metelliin which the Granikos Monument statue group was placed, was built in BC as an entrance to the colonnade surrounding the temples of Jupiter Stator and Juno Regina "the two temples without inscriptions"on the triumphal route at the southern side of the Field of Mars Campus Martiusnear the Circus of Flaminius.
It has been seen as significant that the Granikos Monument was removed from the Sanctuary of Zeus at Dion and placed at a sanctuary of Jupiter JoveZeus' Roman equivalent. The portico was later restored by Emperor Augustus, who renamed it Porticus Octaviae after his sister Octavia Minor, and the statue group remained the main attraction among a number of works of art put on display there. The sculptures may have survived at this location until at least the 5th century AD, despite damage to the sanctuary by fire in 80 AD when most of the buildings on the Campus Martius was destroyed and AD and consequent restorations. After the closing of pagan temples by Emperor Theodosius I at the end of the 4th century AD, the portico was again damaged by an earthquake in The sanctuary became a fish market in which the church of Sant' Angelo in Pescheria was built in the 8th century.
The facade of the portico was repaired, with an archway replacing most of its Corinthian columns, and still acts as an entrance to the precinct of the church. Velleius also related the tradition that Alexander the Great commissioned the group from Lysippos, and wrote that Metellus was the first to build a temple of marble in Rome, inside the colonnade entered by the portico, "in the midst of these very monuments". At Bill Thayer's excellent website LacusCurtius: Into the Roman WorldUniversity of Chicago. Pliny the Elder AD also mentioned Metellus bringing the statues of the Granikos Monument to Rome Natural History, Book 34chapter 19and listed several of the other works of art exhibited within the porticus Book Pliny the Elder, The Natural History.
Translated by John Bostock and H. Taylor and Francis, London, At Perseus Digital Library. The marble temple built by Metellus is thought to have been the temple of Jupiter Stator Aedes Jovis Statoris in the Porticus Metelli, mentioned by Vitruviuswho named the architect as Hermodorus thought to be Hermodorus of Salamis. Translated by Morris Hicky Morgan. The bronze horse found in in Rome, thought to be part of Lysippos' Granikos Monument statue group from DionMacedonia.
Palazzo dei Conservatori, Capitoline Museums, Rome. The bronze horse known as "il Cavallo di Vicolo delle Palme" the Horse from Vicolo delle Palmefound in during excavations on the Vicolo delle Palme now Vicolo dell'AtletaTrastevere, Rome, and now in the Capitoline Museums see photo rightis thought to be the only surviving element of the Granikos Monument statue group. On the other hand, many scholars believe it may have been made in the 5th century BC by the Athenian Hegias BCthe teacher of Pheidias. Verlag Aurel Bongers, Recklinghausen, The same figures appear in: Dunbabin, Mosaics of the Greek and Roman worldpages Cambridge University Press, Clarke, Chapter 21, Domestic decoration: Mosaics and stucco, pagein The world of Pompeii, edited by John J.
Dobbins and Pedar W. Routledge, London and New York, Modern scholarly sources do not agree on the dimensions of the mosaic: The Naples Im looking some good head in polygyros website gives a length of cm and a height of cm, while the official guidebook states x cm. I am so far unable to confirm any of these measurements, since I seldom travel with a tape measure. After the hustle and bustle of a noisy, cramped, graffiti-marked city, it was rather refreshing to arrive in this open, lush and hilly landscape. We were pleasantly surprised by the initial view of this place: It was early spring so the gardens hadn't been tended to. The owner met us as we arrived and greeted us warmly.
She didn't speak English and our Greek was non-existent but she managed to provide us with some decent refreshment good coffee and homemade biscuits before leaving us to relax and enjoy her home. The area surrounding the hotel is quiet and perfect if you like hiking and mountainous views. We weren't far from the town of Polygyros. That was a rather quiet but nicely-maintained area and there were quite a few places to eat and drink although some businesses looked like they were shut for the quiet season. Back to our room. We chose to stay in the suite with the mountainous views and verandah.
Once again, clean and nicely furnished. I imagined this is what a rich woman's bedroom might have looked like in colonial India. The bathroom consisted of a jacuzzi bath big enough for two! Good-sized bath towels and hand towels We stayed one night as we were on our way to Ouranapoli from Thessaloniki. Good-sized bath towels and hand towels were provided too. We weren't given any complimentary toiletries except hand soap so we had to use what we had. Unfortunately, the jacuzzi or bath tap didn't work so we filled bath using the shower head. It took a bit longer but the pressure was strong and water was very hot so it did the job.
You could open the bathroom window to view the mountains but by time we had our bath it was dark and somewhat chilly. It was firm and extra pillows provided. There weren't many covers but the room had electric blankets and a heater. We also had a mini-fridge in the room and we found a small bottle of sweet rose wine and two bottles of water for us, which was a nice touch. The host had left two wine glasses for us as well. We ventured down into the living room and helped ourselves to a cup of tea from the shared kitchen.
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The sofas are very comfortable and this space could easily fit 10 or so lookinh at one time. There are three areas to sit and eat and there is a dining table on a separate verandah which I am sure would be put to good use during the summer season. There is also a verandah with smaller tables and chairs at the front of the house so even if the house was at full capacity, I am certain you could find some space away from others if that is what is required. The breakfast was lovely: