Iuvenes comissantes (pictura muralis Minoa)

pictura muralis Minoa

Iuvenes comissantes seu libantes sunt res picturae muralis fragmentariae palatii q.d. Minois, Cnossi ab Arthuro Evans effossi. Ibi videntur pueri virginesque qui in ocladiis vel faldistoriis sedent et pocula inter se sublevant. Virgo formosa quaedam labiis rubeis la Parisienne, picturaque omnis sive Parisienne fresco sive propter ocladiis camp-stool fresco ab eruditis saepe nuncupantur.

Iuvenes duo comissantes: fragmenta partim restituta
La Parisienne: fragmentum servatum (Museum Archaeologicum Heracleense)
Comissatio: fragmenta partim restituta


  • M. A. S. Cameron, "An Addition to 'La Parisienne'" in Kretika Chronika vol. 18 (1964) pp.38-53
  • Arthur Evans, The Palace of Minos: a comparative account of the successive stages of the early Cretan civilization as illustrated by the discoveries at Knossos (5 voll. in 7. Londinii: Macmillan, 1921-1936 ~) vol. 4 fasc. 2 p. 381 ff. Textus
  • Sinclair Hood, "Dating the Knossos frescoes" in Aegean Wall Painting: a tribute to Mark Cameron (Londinii: British School at Athens, 2005. British School at Athens Studies, vol. 13) pp. 45-81
  • Sinclair Hood, The Arts in Prehistoric Greece (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994) pp. 68-69 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • James C. Wright, "A Survey of Evidence for Feasting in Mycenaean Society" in Hesperia vol. 73 (2004) pp. 133-178, esp. 162-166 JSTOR
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