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Re: back from Greece Turkey Egypt

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Karen Klett <[log in to unmask]>

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Women and Gender in the Ancient World <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 12 Apr 1999 13:53:21 -0600

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Hi, Wonderful photos from what sounds like an even more wonderful trip.  What would you charge,
including s/h to New Mexico, USA, for 11 x 14 prints of selected photos?  thanks and best, Karen
Klett




[log in to unmask] wrote:

> hello anahitans -
>  I'm back from the Greece Egypt Turkey pilgrimage of a lifetime! I now have
>  goddesses in every room plus the garden, and I'm drinking eloquence water
>  from Delphi as I write.
>
> I made literally thousands of photos: 600 different goddesses, plus their
>  temples and sites, amazons ... through athens, delphi, epidavros, corinth,
>  olympia, nauplio, argos, mycene, rhamnous, sounion, aegina, mytilini,
>  erressos, samos, santorini, thira, mykonos, delos, heraklion, ( spent a day
>  looking for eilythia's cave with no luck) cairo, luxor, aswan, ephesus,
>  selcuk, priene, miletus, didyma, aphrodisias and so on.
>
> So list members, writers and academics, do you think you could use some of
>  these photos? Would you please have a look? Some amazons are up at:
>
> http://lemon.rainbow.net.au/photos/library/amazons.html
> user ID: amazon
> password: queen
> (this is free membership for anahitans, naturally!)
>
> These are very small low-resolution scans, and I don't know whether to risk
>  further 100s of dollars on hi-res scans, when this is not my usual field of
>  expertise. I've exhibited my art photography before, so it wasn't too much
>  of a stretch to photograph the landscapes and museum pieces. I'm pleased
>  with them. What do you think?
>
> Also, perhaps listers could make suggestions for more correct and up to date
>  identificiation of museum peices.  For instance, one museum had a piece
>  described only as "soldiers and warriors" : closer inspection revealed that
>  they were women - and with one breast plate each. (cataloguing them as
>  amazons would have been more helpful to my educational experience in that
>  museum). I'm using the official captions from the museums to inform my
>  descriptors, but it just isn't enough in many cases. The amazon from
>  epidavros is thought by some to be Queen Penthesilia - yes or no?  Is it a
>  conspiracy to hide the amazons and so mythologise them ( and undermine
>  their legacy )  -  now  that most people think it's likely that the amazons actually existed?
>
> And those pretty -boy  "Apollo"s in Turkey are hard to believe: could it be
>  that Apollo is really a girl?
>
> hahaha - looking forward to your thoughts - cheers, Kate
>
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