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Olympic Victor Monumen. by Walter Woodburn Hyde. See a Problem? We’d love your help.
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by Walter Woodburn Hyde. The purpose of the present work is to study what is known of one of the most important genres of Greek sculpture - the monuments erected at Olympia and elsewhere in the Greek world in honor of victorious athletes at the Olympic games. Since only meagre remnants of these monuments have survived, the work is in the main concerned with the attempt to reconstruct their various types and poses.
It is however disputed whether or not Philip constructed this monument or whether Alexander had it constructed later in which case the . Olympic victor monuments and Greek athletic art By Walter Woodburn Hyde Page 353.
It is however disputed whether or not Philip constructed this monument or whether Alexander had it constructed later in which case the motives would be different. A brief history of the Olympic games By David C. Young Page 125. ISBN 1-4051-1130-5. Philippeion in Archaeopaedia. Philippeion in culture. ISBN 1-4102-0994-6. Coordinates: 37°38′19″N 21°37′46″E, 3. 387°N 2. 294°E, 3. 387; 2. 294.
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Olympic Victor Monuments and Greek Athletic Ar. xix + 406, 30 plates, 80 illustrations in text. Washington: The Carnegie Institute, 1921.
Olympic Victor Monuments and Greek Athletic Art.