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12 p, 2.1 MB Alexander the Great, the royal throne and the funerary thrones of Macedonia / Palagia, Olga (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
There is no evidence in either Greece or Macedon in the archaic and classical periods that the throne functioned as a symbol of royalty. Thrones were for the gods and their priests. Only the king of Persia used a royal throne and even had portable thrones for his campaigns. [...]
No hay evidencias ni en Grecia ni en Macedonia durante los períodos arcáico y clásico de que los tronos funcionasen como símbolos de realeza. Los tronos eran para los dioses y sus sacerdotes. Sólo el Rey de Persia empleaba un trono real e incluso poseía tronos portables para sus campañas. [...]

Karanos, Vol. 1 (2018) , p. 23-34 (Papers)  

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