Attic Calendar

Illustration

Dominique Chapman
by The Warburg Institute Iconographic Database
published on 17 October 2015
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Fragments of Attic Calendar re-used in the church facade. According to Deubner first Thargelion, then Gemini, then Skirophorion, then the sacrifice of an oxen at the Dipolieia, then Cancer, then Hekatombaion, then a personification of Theoria, at the end Leo and Sirius (as dog). Dating around 3rd century BCE.

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Database, T. W. I. I. (2015, October 17). Attic Calendar. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/4132/attic-calendar/

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