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Le portique dit « des Étoliens » à Delphes. Bilan et perspectives

Abstract : The portico standing west of Apollo’s shrine at Delphi was attributed to the Etolians by P. Amandry in 1978. Is that monument, one of the largest in the site, actually part of the IIIrd century Etolian buildings? Must it rather be seen as the IVth century hoplotheque of the accounts? The dating, allocation and function of the portico are issues far from being closed. On the threshold of the architectural study begun in 2010, we here present an estimation of the previous investigations opening on to fresh perspectives.
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Amélie Perrier. Le portique dit « des Étoliens » à Delphes. Bilan et perspectives. Pallas. Revue d'études antiques, 2011, 87, pp.39-56. ⟨10.4000/pallas.1915⟩. ⟨hal-02466855⟩



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