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LES SANCTUAIRES DES VIII e ET VII e SIÈCLES A L'ARTÉMISION D'ÉPHÈSE

Anton Bammer
Revue Archéologique
Nouvelle Série, Fasc. 1 (1991), pp. 63-83
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41745097
Page Count: 21
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LES SANCTUAIRES DES VIII
          e
          ET VII
          e
          SIÈCLES A L'ARTÉMISION D'ÉPHÈSE
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Abstract

Les fouilles récentes de l'Artemision d'Ephèse rendent caduque l'évolution monumentale et chronologique de la publication de Hogarth. La fondation centrale n'est pas plus ancienne mais est contemporaine de Crésus. Des fondations antérieures et surtout la céramique démontrent la continuité du culte depuis le IIe millénaire. La seule destruction archéologiquement attestée est due à une inondation. Les Cimmériens, bien loin d'avoir détruit le sanctuaire, ont participé aux offrandes. Quant aux monnaies d'électrum, elles pourraient n'être pas antérieures à 560 av. J.-C. The recent excavations at the Artemision of Ephesus cancel the monumental and chronological evolution proposed by Hogarth in his publication. The central foundation is not more ancient but contemporary of Croesus. Former foundations and particularly the pottery show the continuity of the cult since the 2nd millenium. The only destruction archaeologically attested is due to a flood. The Cimmerians, far from having destroyed the sanctuary, took part in the offerings. The electrum coinage might begin in 560 BC only.

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