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They had initially set up wooden statues of Artemis , a bretas Pausanias , fl. Harpokration mention that Ammonius of Athens in his book "On Altars and Sacrifices" writes that the Amazons founded the Amazoneion sanctuary at Athens.
In works of art, battles between Amazons and Greeks are placed on the same level as — and often associated with — battles of Greeks and centaurs.
The belief in their existence, however, having been once accepted and introduced into the national poetry and art, it became necessary to surround them as far as possible with the appearance of natural beings.
Amazons were therefore depicted in the manner of Scythian or Sarmatian horsemen. Their occupation was hunting and war; their arms the bow, spear, axe, a half shield, nearly in the shape of a crescent, called pelta , and in early art a helmet.
The model in the Greek mind had apparently been the goddess Athena. In later art they approach the model of Artemis, wearing a thin dress, girt high for speed; while on the later painted vases their dress is often peculiarly Persian — that is, close-fitting trousers and a high cap called the kidaris.
They were usually on horseback but sometimes on foot. Their manner of dress has been noted to bear a striking similarity to the traditional dress of nomadic peoples from the Crimea to Mongolia.
The battle between Theseus and the Amazons Amazonomachy is a favourite subject on the friezes of temples e. In the Essays in Portraiture, Lucian of Samosata ask Polystratos which, he think, is the best work of Phidias and Polystratos respond "The Lemnian Athene, which bears the artist's own signature; and of course the Amazon leaning on her spear.
The Suda write that one of the plays of the ancient Greek dramatist Cephisodorus was called Amazons. Later in the Renaissance , as Amazon myth evolved, artists started to depict warrior women in a new light.
Queen Elizabeth was often thought of as an Amazon-like warrior during her reign and was sometimes depicted as such. Wright "has given a detailed account of the bad press Amazons had in the Renaissance with respect to their unwomanly conduct and Scythian cruelty.
She notes that she has not found any Elizabethans comparing the queen directly to an Amazon, and suggests that they might have hesitated to do so because of the association of Amazons with enfranchisement of women, which was considered contemptible.
Peter Paul Rubens and Jan Brueghel depicted the Battle of the Amazons around , showing many attributes of Renaissance-styled paintings.
As a part of the Romantic period revival, German artist Anselm Feuerbach painted the Amazons as well.
Herodotus reported that the Sarmatians were descendants of Amazons and Scythians, and that their wives observed their ancient maternal customs, "frequently hunting on horseback with their husbands; in war taking the field; and wearing the very same dress as the men".
Moreover, said Herodotus, "No girl shall wed till she has killed a man in battle". In the story related by Herodotus, a group of Amazons was blown across the Maeotian Lake the Sea of Azov into Scythia near the cliff region today's southeastern Crimea.
After learning the Scythian language, they agreed to marry Scythian men, on the condition that they not be required to follow the customs of Scythian women.
According to Herodotus, this band moved toward the northeast, settling beyond the Tanais Don river, and became the ancestors of the Sauromatians.
Xenophon in Anabasis writes that Democrates of Temnus captured a man with a Persian bow, a quiver and a battleaxe of the same sort that Amazons carry.
Hippocrates describes them as: "They have no right breasts Amazons came to play a role in Roman historiography. Caesar reminded the Senate of the conquest of large parts of Asia by Semiramis and the Amazons.
Successful Amazon raids against Lycia and Cilicia contrasted with effective resistance by Lydian cavalry against the invaders Strabo 5.
Gnaeus Pompeius Trogus pays particularly detailed attention to the Amazons. The story of the Amazons as deriving from a Cappadocian colony of two Scythian princes Ylinos and Scolopetos is due to him.
Pliny the Elder records some surprising facts pointing to the valley of the Terme River as possibly being their home: a mountain named for them the modern Mason Dagi , as well as a settlement Amazonium; Herodotus VI.
Ammianus places them east of Tanais , as neighbouring the Alans. Procopius places them in the Caucasus.
Diodorus Siculus Bibliotheca historica III, chapter 52 mentioned that besides Pontus Amazons existed much older race at that time entirely disappeared of Amazons from western Libya , and retells their mythological story which includes Atlantis and Greek mythology.
Although Strabo shows skepticism as to their historicity, the Amazons in general continue to be taken as historical throughout Late Antiquity.
Several Church Fathers speak of the Amazons as of a real people. Solinus embraces the account of Pliny. Under Aurelianus , captured Gothic women were identified as Amazons Claudianus.
The account of Justinus was influential, and was used as a source by Orosius who continued to be read during the European Middle Ages.
Medieval authors thus continue the tradition of locating the Amazons in the North, Adam of Bremen placing them at the Baltic Sea and Paulus Diaconus in the heart of Germania.
Niketas Choniates wrote that when the Germans attacked during the Emperor Manuel I Komnenos reign, females were numbered among them riding horses and bearing weapons and they were like the Amazons.
Added that one stood out from the rest as another Penthesilea. Amazons continued to be discussed by authors of the European Renaissance, and with the Age of Exploration , they were located in ever more remote areas.
Amazons also figure in the accounts of both Christopher Columbus and Walter Raleigh. Beside the land of Chaldea is the land of Amazonia, that is the land of Feminye.
And in that realm is all woman and no man; not as some may say, that men may not live there, but for because that the women will not suffer no men amongst them to be their sovereigns.
Medieval and Renaissance authors credit the Amazons with the invention of the battle-axe. This is probably related to the sagaris , an axe-like weapon associated with both Amazons and Scythian tribes by Greek authors see also Thracian tomb of Aleksandrovo kurgan.
Paulus Hector Mair expresses astonishment that such a "manly weapon" should have been invented by a "tribe of women", but he accepts the attribution out of respect for his authority, Johannes Aventinus.
Ariosto 's Orlando Furioso contains a country of warrior women, ruled by Queen Orontea; the epic describes an origin much like that in Greek myth, in that the women, abandoned by a band of warriors and unfaithful lovers, rallied together to form a nation from which men were severely reduced, to prevent them from regaining power.
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