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C. ,_ (the original apd most important of the athletic. contests held there). . Did the earliest ,;data" consist of written names of the victors? o. 0 0 ,· ' ' - ' 28 I At the same time also the great meetings of the lonians at Delos Homer, or the poet of the Odyssey, here compares must have taken place. Nausicaa with a young palm tree which Odysseus had seen by the alter of Apollo at Delos (Od. VI, 162). Those meetings, or festivals, must have formed the most natural and effective source of information.

Had wooden lieams to support the roof. ). It is interesting to note that this way of protecting house- walls seems to be still in use today on Pares: in the week before Easter . the Parians white-wash their houses . The settlement was abandoned "peacefully" at the end of the eighth century. Interesting is that the so-called temple or hall remained in use for at least three decades after the site had been abandoned. This has been conjectured from the late date of the relief amphora sherd, fotgJd in this building.

Letric period of the eighth c~ntury we find strange echoes of Caucasian metal work ... ), such as small attachments to bronze camdrons in the form o~Jiffin . heads· or sirens. 76 These siren attachments on bronze cauldrons, which reached Greece during the seventh century, were copied and adapted to Greek standards , and taste. 7 ):77 the round soft features from the East 'lecome sharp, clear and even stretched and angular in the Greek ver:;,'on, or as expressed by Boardman, they arc ' "geometricized".

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