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The Athenian archons of the third and second centuries before Christ

by William Scott Ferguson

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Published by Andrus & Church in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Athens -- History.,
  • Greece -- Biography.,
  • Athènes -- Histoire.,
  • Grèce -- Biographies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Scott Ferguson
    GenreBiography., Biographies.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 26448, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 26448
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 microfiches (61 fr.).
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24141885M
    ISBN 100665264488

    Archon, in gnosticism, any of a number of world-governing powers that were created with the material world by a subordinate deity called the Demiurge (Creator). Gnostics were religious dualists who held that matter is inferior and the spirit is good and that salvation is attained by esoteric knowledge, or gnosis. The present period of Western culture perhaps resembles in more ways that of second and third century Alexandria. It seems therefore appropriate that Gnostics in our age adopt the attitudes of classical Alexandrian Gnosticism, wherein matters of conduct .

    In Ancient Greece the chief magistrate in different Greek city states was called eponymous archon. Archon signifies "ruler" or "master," as often as possible utilized as the title of a particular open office, while "eponymous" implies that he gave his name to the year in which he held office, much like the Roman dating by consular years. In Classical Athens, an arrangement of nine simultaneous. A minor god in Greek mythology, attested mainly by Athenian writers, Aristaeus (/ ær ɪ ˈ s t iː ə s /; Greek: Ἀρισταῖος Aristaios), was the culture hero credited with the discovery of many useful arts, including bee-keeping; he was the son of the huntress Cyrene and Apollo.. Aristeus ("the best") was a cult title in many places: Boeotia, Arcadia, Ceos, Sicily, Sardinia.

    LEADER cam a| s nyu eng. Greek and Phoenician warship of the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.E. It was sleek and light, powered by oars arranged in three vertical tiers. Manned by skilled sailors, it was capable of short bursts of speed and complex maneuvers.


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Archons are, in Gnosticism and religions closely related to it, demonic entities subordinate to the embodiment of evil in the corresponding belief-system.

Among the Archontics, Ophites, Sethians and in the writings of Nag Hammadi library, the archons are rulers, each related to one of seven planets; they prevent souls from leaving the material political connotation of their name.

From the late 8th century BC there were three archons: the archon eponymos, the polemarchos (originally with a military role, which was transferred to the ten strategoi in BC), and the archon basileus (the ceremonial vestige of the Athenian monarchy).

These positions were filled from the aristocracy (the Eupatridae) by elections every ten years. During this period Archon Eponymous was. Ferguson, William Scott, The Athenian archons of the third and second centuries before Christ [electronic resource] / (Ithaca, N.Y.: Andrus & Church, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Ferguson, William Scott, The Athenian secretaries, ([New York, Pub.

for the University by The Macmillan Company, ]) (page images at. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: William Scott Ferguson.

Greek and Phoenician warship of the fifth and fourth centuries BCE. It was sleek and light, powered by oars arranged in three vertical tiers. Manned by skilled sailors, it was capable of short bursts of speed and complex maneuvers. Author of Greek Imperialism, The Athenian Secretaries, and The Athenian Archons of the Third and Second Centuries Before Christ/5(6).

Text's origin and content. The text was found among those included in The Nag Hammadi Library, in CG II, in It is tentatively dated in the third century CE and is thought to originate from a transitional period in Gnosticism when it was converting from a purely mythological state into a philosophical phase.

The beginning and conclusion to the document are Christian Gnostic, but the rest. AN ATHENIAN ARCHON LIST OF THE LATE SECOND CENTURY AFTER CHRIST (PLATE 89) J[N a fragment of an inscription bearing the names of prominent men of Roman Athens was found in the Athenian Agora, face up on the floor of a Byzantine building, about 30 meters west of the Royal Stoa (Agora grid G 4).'.Archon, Greek Archōn, in ancient Greece, the chief magistrate or magistrates in many office became prominent in the Archaic period, when the kings (basileis) were being superseded by aristocrats.

At Athens the list of annual archons begins with the middle of the 7th century bc, executive power was in the hands of nine archons, who shared the religious, military, and.Our Orthodox Faith is being challenged by the Turkish Government. If not addressed, it can lead to the asphyxiation of Orthodox Christians.

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