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Title: Ayasuluk'ta bulunmuş (Efes) Nemesis adak steli
Authors: Büyükkolancı, Mustafa
Şimşek, Celal
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Homerkitabevi
Abstract: The subject of this article is a votive stele of Nemesis, found as reused within the southern part of the city wall of Selçuk?????? Ayasuluk Hill, during the excavation of 1974. On the stele, of which might originally have a pediment, there is the relief depicting the winged and dressed goddess standing in a two columned temple front, upon a high postament. The fact that the upper part of the stele relief is narrower and shorter than the lower side and the rotation of the body indicate that Ephe?????? sos Nemesis votive stele should be dated from Late Hellenistic Period (130??????100 B.C.). Nemesis, mentioned as goddess of Smyrna, was not included in first degree goddesses of Greek pantheon. lts cult was spread in a wide area during the Roman Empire period. Nemesis votive stele found in Ayasuluk had us ask about if this goddess originates from Smyrna or if it had been carried by people immigrating from Smyrna region of Ephesos to Pagos Mountain. This question might be decisively answered by the future results of the further excavations and researches in Smyrna region of Ephesos and in Smyrna itself.
ISBN: 978-994-4483-31-5
Appears in Collections:Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi Koleksiyonu

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