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thiasos bacchico di puttini

German translation: Bacchischer Thiasos mit Putten

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Italian term or phrase:thiasos bacchico di puttini
German translation:Bacchischer Thiasos mit Putten
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22:05 Dec 21, 2003
Italian to German translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Italian term or phrase: thiasos bacchico di puttini
Es geht um einen Marmorsarg, der mit **thiasos bacchico di puttini** verziert ist.

Danke vielmals
Gabriele Gileno Infeld
Austria
Local time: 05:13
Bacchischer Thiasos mit Putten
Explanation:
baccischer Thiasos mit Puten ?????

A sarcophagus (the Greek word means "flesh eater") was a stone box, or coffin, in which a body was placed for interment in Greek and Roman times. This ornately carved marble sarcophagus depicts a Bacchic procession, also known as a thiasos
From: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/kelsey/galleries/Exhibits/Death_on_...

Bacchico = Bacchic = bacchisch
From:
http://www.wordreference.com/de/en/translation.asp?deen=bacc... )

Der Thiasos im unteren Teil des Ringes zeigt eine Prozession von etwa 20 Figuren, die sich auf eine
stehende Gestalt im langen Gewand am äußersten rechten Rand zubewegt, vermutlich Dionysos selbst...
From:
http://darwin.inf.fu-berlin.de/2002/16/kap11.pdf

puttino = plural/diminutive of putto = Putten

A representation of a small child, often naked and having wings, used especially in the art of the European Renaissance.
Cherub =
Etymology: Latin, from Greek cheroub, from Hebrew kerubh
Date: 13th century
1 plural : an order of angels -- see CELESTIAL HIERARCHY
2 plural usually cherubs a : a usually winged child in painting and sculpture b : an innocent-looking usually chubby and rosy person c

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LegalTransform
United States
Local time: 23:13
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Danke vielmals.

Ich habe das Kind dann dionysischer Thiasos mit Putten genannt.
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Bacchischer Thiasos mit Putten


Explanation:
baccischer Thiasos mit Puten ?????

A sarcophagus (the Greek word means "flesh eater") was a stone box, or coffin, in which a body was placed for interment in Greek and Roman times. This ornately carved marble sarcophagus depicts a Bacchic procession, also known as a thiasos
From: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/kelsey/galleries/Exhibits/Death_on_...

Bacchico = Bacchic = bacchisch
From:
http://www.wordreference.com/de/en/translation.asp?deen=bacc... )

Der Thiasos im unteren Teil des Ringes zeigt eine Prozession von etwa 20 Figuren, die sich auf eine
stehende Gestalt im langen Gewand am äußersten rechten Rand zubewegt, vermutlich Dionysos selbst...
From:
http://darwin.inf.fu-berlin.de/2002/16/kap11.pdf

puttino = plural/diminutive of putto = Putten

A representation of a small child, often naked and having wings, used especially in the art of the European Renaissance.
Cherub =
Etymology: Latin, from Greek cheroub, from Hebrew kerubh
Date: 13th century
1 plural : an order of angels -- see CELESTIAL HIERARCHY
2 plural usually cherubs a : a usually winged child in painting and sculpture b : an innocent-looking usually chubby and rosy person c




    Reference: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/kelsey/galleries/Exhibits/Death_on_...
    Reference: http://www.wordreference.com/de/en/translation.asp?deen=bacc...
LegalTransform
United States
Local time: 23:13
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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Danke vielmals.

Ich habe das Kind dann dionysischer Thiasos mit Putten genannt.

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agree  Lalita: "bacchischer Thiasos"; wie die Putten (nicht Puten, das sind "tacchine") unterzubringen sind, weiß ich auch nicht, mit/aus/und...? Ein Photo würde helfen!
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