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A religious landscape between rites and depiction. Eleuthers in the Euripide Antiope

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<10.4000/rhr.7664>
Keywords
Triple Keywords
Concepts
Concept formation
Cult
Cultus
Worship
Buildings--Design and construction
Construction
Building design
Western architecture (Western countries)
Architecture, Western (Western countries)
Architecture
Representation
Political representation
Self-government
Representative government and representation
Parliamentary government
Inclusion, Social
Social integration
Social inclusion
Integration, Social

Abstract

The concept of ‘religious landscape’ cannot be confused either with that of a cultuel landscape (the integration of cultuel practices and pathways into the building blocks of a landscape) or with that of cultural space (the structuring of a social space through the dissemination and prioritisation of places of worship). In order to understand its specificity, it is necessary to incorporate into it the symbolic construction of space from a place of representation which itself has a religious dimension. The article draws on the example of the representation of Eleuthers in Euripide Antiope to illustrate the process of creating a landscape linking Athens to a confine space.

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