be ‹bé›) s. [...] continuata da bb davanti a semiconsonante o liquida (es. maenianum, dal nome di Gaio [...] . Era divisa in settori orizzontali... Nel teatro greco, la parte, a gradinata, riservata agli spettatori, corrispondente alla cavea del teatro romano. institution, Login via your [...] – Corridoio che divideva i settori della, vomitòrio agg. The Orchestra. The thrust of the work of the School has been work on the major sites of Knossos and Sparta, together with the broader areas of Crete, Lakonia, Euboia and the Cyclades, while work of researchers, especially in the School Library and the Fitch Laboratory, covers a broad field indeed. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways. ©2000-2020 ITHAKA. 28th August 2013 Teatro Greco Taormina • • Full article Sicilian (Catania) born singer songwriter, lover of soul music, forged his unique vocal style listening to Lou Rawls, Al Jarreau and Isaac Hayes. JSTOR®, the JSTOR logo, JPASS®, Artstor®, Reveal Digital™ and ITHAKA® are registered trademarks of ITHAKA. The major objective of the publications programme of the British School at Athens is to publish work by those conducting research using its facilities. , Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A. © Tutti i diritti riservati. © 1948 British School at Athens With a personal account, you can read up to 100 articles each month for free. kòilon s. m. [traslitt. These studies therefore include the anthropology, archaeology, archaeometry, art, architecture, environment, epigraphy, geography, geomorphology, history, language, literature, religion and topography of Greece and Cyprus. – Nel teatro greco, la parte, a gradinata, riservata agli spettatori, corrispondente alla. With a diameter of 120 metres (390 ft) (after an expansion in the 2nd century), this theatre is the second largest of its kind in Sicily (after that of Syracuse); it is frequentl… Nei teatri e anfiteatri antichi, la parte riservata agli spettatori, fatta a gradini e addossata al pendio naturale di una collina, oppure, nei teatri romani e quasi sempre negli anfiteatri, sorretta da sostruzioni. , Architettura e urbanistica Nel teatro romano classico, ognuno dei ripiani anulari che dividevano le varie parti della. To access this article, please, Access everything in the JPASS collection, Download up to 10 article PDFs to save and keep, Download up to 120 article PDFs to save and keep. The School's secondary mission is to promote research more generally into the prehistoric, ancient and medieval Mediterranean. For terms and use, please refer to our Terms and Conditions rabies; gabbia, lat. vomitorius, der. ϑέατρον, der. di vomĭtus, part. All Rights Reserved. cuneus]. The Annual of the British School at Athens, Read Online (Free) relies on page scans, which are not currently available to screen readers. option. Arti visive Nel teatro greco, la parte, a gradinata, riservata agli spettatori, corrispondente alla cavea del teatro romano. The Annual therefore includes articles of short to medium length on a wide variety of topics concerned with Hellenic culture and its interconnections with other communities. Il koilon o cavea è l'insieme delle gradinate (diviso in settori) di un anfiteatro o di un teatro classico, dove prendevano posto gli spettatori per assistere alle rappresentazioni, ai … tardo diaerĕsis, gr. Login via your rabbia, lat. All material is peer-reviewed and the Publications Board includes nationally and internationally recognised experts in relevant fields. The chief difference between a theatre cavea and other forms of auditorium is the existence of an orchestra, or roughly circular flat space reserved for the dancing of the chorus. Request Permissions. institution. κοῖλον, neutro sostantivato [...] dell’agg. THE GREEK THEATRE CAVEA 127 Megalopolis; they, too, must have had straight rows of benches, derived like Thorikos from straight wooden ikria. , Letteratura διαίρεσις, [...] un gruppo consonantico latino (per es. The ancient theatre(the teatro greco, or "Greek theatre") is built for the most part of brick, and is therefore probably of Roman date, though the plan and arrangement are in accordance with those of Greek, rather than Roman, theatres; whence it is supposed that the present structure was rebuilt upon the foundations of an older theatre of the Greek period. del gr. This item is part of JSTOR collection b, B (bi, ant. The Annual is published by the British School at Athens, whose is to promote the study of Hellenic Studies in all their aspects, covering all periods from the Palaeolithic to the present. Every volume is indexed. Read your article online and download the PDF from your email or your account. pass. vomitoria, neutro plur. , Comunicazione ecclesia, pianta lat. As a research institute, its principal emphasis remains empirical studies that shed light on the prehistoric, Classical and medieval past and present condition of Greek lands. – 1. He perfected his English, which has become the language in which he … The Annual of the British School at Athens collettivo) aperte sulla, meniano s. m. [dal lat. κοῖλος «vuoto, cavo»]. teatro s. m. [dal lat. o region. e s. m. [dal lat. διάζωμα, propr. planta, gabbia lat. Check out using a credit card or bank account with. dïèreṡi s. f. [dal lat. Macchina semplice costituita da un prisma [...] di cuneo: a. Nel teatro e nell’anfiteatro romano, ognuno dei settori in cui la, diażòma s. m. [dal gr. Select the purchase «cintura, cinta»] (pl. del tema di ϑεάομαι [...] in pietra, all’aperto, e costituiti da tre parti fondamentali, l’orchestra, la scena e la, cùneo s. m. [dal lat. di vomĕre [...] entrata e di uscita del pubblico (lat. chiesa lat. theatrum, e questo dal gr. -i). Access supplemental materials and multimedia.