God And Beast

1 A tradition noted, for example, in the cult of Asklepios at Epidaurus in Greece, where sacred dogs were kept within the confines of the shrine: see Jenkins 1957, pp. 60-76; Guthrie 1954, pp. 228, 246.

2 Thevenot 1968, pp. 67-9; Green 1989, figure 25.

4 Green 1986, pp. 159-60, figure 72; Wheeler 1932; Henig 1984, pp. 51-5; Collingwood and Wright 1965, nos. 305-8.

5 Wedlake 1982, passim.

6 Green 1992a; Webster 1986, p. 44.

7 Salviat 1979.

8 Green 1989, figure 30.

10 ibid., p. 83; Thevenot 1952, pp. 99-103; Thevenot 1957, pp. 311-14; Deyts 1976, nos. 13, 174; Esperandieu nos. 3633, 3385.

11 Green 1986, pp. 86-7; Green 1989, pp. 10-16; van Aartsen 1971; HondiusCrone 1955.

12 Jenkins 1956, pp. 192-200; Wightman 1970, pp. 217, 223; Green 1989, pp. 28-9.

13 Jenkins 1956, pp. 192-200; Drury and Wickenden 1982, pp. 239-43, plate XVIII, 4.

15 Merrifield 1983, pp. 167-70, 180; Toynbee 1962, plate 76; Green 1986, pp. 189-202.

16 Green 1989, pp. 189-202.

17 Magnen and Thevenot 1953.

19 Linduff 1979, pp. 817-37.

20 As at Rully and Santenay: Esperandieu nos. 2127, 7513.

22 For example at Chorey: Esperandieu no. 2046.

24 As at Dalheim, Luxembourg: Thill 1978; Wilhelm 1974.

26 Magnen and Thevenot 1953, no. 117.

27 For example at Allerey: Esperandieu no. 8235; Deyts 1976, no. 8.

28 Toussaint 1948, pp. 206-7.

29 Esperandieu nos. 4894, 1618.

31 Suetonius, Nero 22.

32 Esperandieu no. 38; Thevenot 1968, pp. 56-7.

33 Diodorus Siculus V, 29, 4; Strabo, Geography IV, 4, 5.

34 Espérandieu no. 105; Benoit 1981, figure 49.

35 Green 1986, figure 58.

37 Green 1986, pp. 61-5; Green 1989, pp. 123-9; Green 1991a, pp. 133-6; Sterckx 1991.

38 Bauchhenss 1976, figure 1.

39 For example, at Neschers (Puy-de-Dôme); Pobé and Roubier 1961, no. 185; Green 1989, figure 53.

40 Thevenot 1951, pp. 129-11; Green 1989, pp. 116-19.

42 Espérandieu no. 2978; Green 1989, figure 63.

43 Thevenot 1955.

44 Marache 1979, p. 3; Térouanne 1960, pp. 185-9; Thevenot 1968, pp. 65-9.

45 Thevenot 1951, pp. 129-41.

47 Deyts 1983; Deyts 1985.

48 Green 1989, p. 149 and figure 96.

49 Green 1992a.

51 Green 1989, figure 25.

52 C.I.L. XIII, 4543; Espérandieu nos. 6000, 4568.

54 ibid., p. 30; Linckenheld 1929, pp. 40-92; Green 1986, p. 89 and figure 37.

55 At Altrier: Espérandieu no. 4219.

56 Deyts 1976, no. 160; Green 1989, figure 45.

57 ibid., figure 16; Deyts 1985.

60 Hodson and Rowlett 1973, pp. 157-91. Marseille, Musée Borély.

61 Musée de Bretagne, Rennes.

63 Paris: C.I.L. XIII, 3026; Espérandieu nos. 3132-7; Duval 1961, pp. 197-9. Trier: Espérandieu no. 4929; C.I.L. XIII, 3656; Wightman 1985, p. 178; Schindler 1977, p. 32, Abb. 91.

64 Green 1989, frontispiece and figure 44.

66 Deyts 1976, nos. 50-2, 175-9; Espérandieu no. 3636, 1-3; Musée d'Alise Sainte Reine.

67 Musée Archéologique de Senlis; Deyts 1985; Thevenot 1968, pp. 149-64; Musée Archéologique de Châtillon sur Seine.

68 Wightman 1970, p. 213.

69 Green 1986, pp. 184-5, figure 81; Green 1978, pp. 23ff.

70 Boucher 1976, figure 291; Green 1989, figure 10.

73 Boucher 1976, figure 292.

74 Green 1989, figure 46.

76 Pobé and Roubier 1961, no. 6; Espérandieu no. 7702.

77 Green 1989, figure 59; Espérandieu no. 2984; Megaw 1970, no. 238.

78 Green 1986, figure 73.

79 Green 1992b.

82 Musée Archéologique de Dijon 1973, no. 91; Deyts 1983; Musée Archéologique de Senlis.

83 Espérandieu no. 1319.

85 Green 1986, p. 177; National Museum of Wales.

86 Hawkes 1951, pp. 172-99.

87 Kinsella 1969.

89 Kinsella 1969.

91 ibid., figure 81; Deyts 1976, nos. 21, 22, 44-6.

92 Green 1984, plate LXXXI; Green 1986, figure 84.

94 C.I.L. XIII, 3026; Espérandieu nos. 3132-7; Espérandieu no. 4929; C.I.L. XIII, 3656.

96 Olmsted 1979.

97 Guthrie 1954, p. 246.

98 von Petrikovits 1987, pp. 241-54.

100 Green 1989, figure 17; Schindler 1977, p. 33, Abb. 92; Dehn 1941, pp. 104ff.

101 Green 1989, figure 24.

102 Le Gall 1963.

103 Tufi 1983, nos. 30, 31, plate 9; Ross 1967, p. 217.

105 Esperandieu no. 4831.

106 Green 1989, pp. 92-3; Lambrechts 1942, pp. 21-32.

107 Green 1989, figure 39.

108 Esperandieu no. 1539.

109 Green 1989, figure 26; Esperandieu no. 2067; Deyts 1976, no. 284.

110 British Museum 1964.

111 Thevenot 1968, pp. 72-89.

112 Green 1989, p. 108, figure 21; Esperandieu no. 1573.

113 Green 1981, pp. 109-15.

114 Green 1991apassim, but especially, pp. 117-36.

117 Green 1986, figure 3.

119 Green 1989, figure 55; Pobe and Roubier 1961, no. 54.

120 Anati 1965.

122 Green 1989, figure 54.

123 ibid., p. 100, figure 43; Esperandieu no. 7800; Hatt 1964, plates 150, 151.

124 Phillips 1977, no. 234.

125 Esperandieu no. 7633; Deyts 1976, no. 215.

126 C.I.L. XIII, 3026; Esperandieu nos. 3132, 3133.

127 Anati 1965; Green 1989, figure 35; Green 1986, figure 88.

129 Pobé and Roubier 1961, no. 11; Green 1989, figure 37.

130 Olmsted 1979; Green 1989, figure 1.

132 Espérandieu no. 3653.

134 Such as Diodorus Siculus V, 28, 4.

135 Thevenot 1968, pp. 144-9.

136 Planson and Pommeret 1986.

137 Espérandieu no. 2083; Green 1989, figure 79.

138 Green 1986, figure 86.

139 Espérandieu no. 1539; Thevenot 1968, p. 150.

140 Espérandieu no. 1566.

142 Davidson 1988, pp. 212-13.

146 Diodorus Siculus V, 30.

147 Gros 1986, pp. 192-201.

148 Ross 1961, pp. 59ff

149 Green 1986, figure 55.

150 Ellison 1977.

151 Green 1986, p. 198; Ross 1967, figure 103.

152 For example the horned head at Carvoran: Green 1986, figure 89.

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