Chapter 7: Eve Jackson

Eve Jackson

Figure 7.1 Dancers from frieze of sanctuary propylaeum, 340 BCE, Samothrace


Figure 7.2 Warrior dance, vase from Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore (from Lawler, The Dance in Ancient Greece)


Figure 7.3 Bull-masked dancers, vase, British Museum (also from Lawler, The Dance in Ancient Greece)


Figure 7.4 Painting by Theophilos (1873–1934), Theophilos Museum, Mytilene


Figure 7.5 Tsakonikos


Figure 7.6 “Crane dance,” François vase, sixth century BCE, National Archeology Museum, Florence


Figure 7.7 “Opposed snake” vase, Romania, fifth-millennium BCE (Gimbutas)—the lines correspond to the movement of the dancers in Tsakonikos, some going toward the center, others outward.


Figure 7.8 Cranes’ mating dance


Figure 7.9 Coin from Knossos, second-century BCE (Kerényi, from Labyrinth-Studien)


Figure 7.10 Labyrinth from Mesopotamia (Kerényi, from Labyrinth-Studien)


Figure 7.11 Figurine, fifth millennium BCE, Volos Museum (Gimbutas, from The Language of the Goddess)


Figure 7.12 Painting by Ayahuascero, Peru (Narby, from The Cosmic Serpent)


Figure 7.13 Minoan vase with octopus


Figure 7.14 “Prince of the lily” fresco, Knossos


Figure 7.15 Kamares ware bowl


Figure 7.16 Disk of Phaistos


Figure 7.17 Minoan priestess figurine, Knossos


Figure 7.18 Spherical vortex


Figure 7.19 Handkerchief dream image from Jung, “Concerning mandala symbolism,” CW 9i


Figure 7.20 Diagram of maze in Chartres Cathedral


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