Aeschylus has adapted the foundation myth of the Areopagus
in a version that features the element of human deliberation.
The poet covers these events rapidly and then transfers the action to the Areopagus
in Athens where Orestes is prosecuted for two murders by Molossus, (23) son of Pyrrhus.
The most-powerful Athenian leader is Cimon, a general and member of the Areopagus
In the climactic scene of Acts, he journeys to Athens to speak in the Areopagus
, the scene deliberately written to remind us of the trial of Socrates.
Sites include Philippi, Thessaloniki, Alexander's Pella, Athens with Acropolis and Areopagus
, Corinth, Cenchreae, Patmos, Samos, Ephesus, Izmir (Smyrna), Pergamon, Akhisar (Thyatira), Sardis, Alasehir (Philadelphia) Laodicea, Colossae, Yalvac, (Antioch in Pisidia), Konya (Iconium), Galatia, Ankara, Istanbul.
There, the politics, the founding of the Areopagus
, is merely the content of the work.
After praying at Athena's shrine on the Acropolis, Orestes makes his way to the Areopagus
, the Athenian court.
I would love to see this operation, which clearly derives from the Areopagus
, and which explains a French political poster I once saw: 'Aux Urnes, Citoyens
To the west of the Acropolis lie three hills - Areopagus
, Pnyx and wooded Mouseion Hill from which the best distance shots of the Acropolis can be taken.
Some, like Eduard Meyer, have described Paul's speech on the Areopagus
and most of the speeches in the first part of the book as literary inventions by Luke; on the other hand, scholars like F.
27] Antonio Gramsci's 'We have increasingly become phantoms' is the opening line for 'Marginalisation' to set a poem on the page in defiance of shrinkage, and where literacy provides the referential precedent for both textualized reason and printed apocalypse: 'We flit from Areopagus
to Patmos' (VR,p.
The title refers to Areopagus
, a hill in Athens where the highest judicial court of the city held its sittings.