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Yet despite the potential problems with modes of study like connoisseur, iconographer and iconologist, these do form the basis of later analytical approaches. 17 These questions provide several different avenues to pursue when considering the iconographic and archaeological value of a Greek vase. As an aid to studying and interpreting Boeotian Kabeiric Ware, some are exceedingly useful. 17 Carpenter, 1997: 10. These questions are perhaps reflected in the Baxandall approach summarised by Whitley, 1993: 9-12.
Both sanctuaries appear to have a two-level initiation process, each affording participants different levels of access at the cult. At Eleusis the first stage, or ‘Little Mysteries’, involved the sacrifice of a piglet and a purification ceremony, perhaps with some form of ritual consumption. 43 The full initiation, ‘Great Mysteries’, took place at a fixed point in the calendar during the month of Boedromion. This involved a grand procession from Athens, purification in the sea (spread over several days), and finally the revelation of the sacred things to an audience of mystai (first-time attenders) and epoptai (those who had attended previously).
Identification of figures. Compilation of examples of iconographic types based upon paintings, models and sculptures. Structuring of figures. Identification of pictorial narrative. Association of vase with historical literature & mythology. 1: The standard approaches to the research and interpretation of ancient Greek vases (Image K. 18 1. How does the image relate to other types of contemporary images? 19 Hoffmann noted in his study of Athenian askoi that repeated 18 19 Shanks, 1996: 22-52; Idem, 1999: 2.
Boeotian Kabeiric ware: the significance of the ceramic offerings at the Theban Kabeirion in Boeotia by Bedigan, Kirsten M.