By Parker C.W., Wiedorn C.B.

Permit G be a in the community K-proper workforce, S ∈ Syl_5(G), and Z = Z(S). We demonstratethat if is 5-constrained and Z isn't really weakly closed in thenG is isomorphic to the monster sporadic easy staff.

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Enable G be a in the community K-proper workforce, S ∈ Syl_5(G), and Z = Z(S). We demonstratethat if is 5-constrained and Z isn't weakly closed in thenG is isomorphic to the monster sporadic easy workforce.

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Bce and 3rd cent. Erythrai 205 (the paean for Asklepios also in Furley and Bremer 2001, no. 1). See Furley and Bremer (2001), no. 3. Compare also the paean of an anonymous poet to Asklepios whose oldest text was inscribed in about 380/360 bce in the Asklepieion of Erythrai – much later examples come from Ptolemais in Egypt (under Nerva), Athens and Dion in Macedonia (2nd cent. ce); Furley and Bremer (2001), no. 1. 68 The lavish invention of a new ritual or festival, however, is very common in these centuries, usually in some connection with the cult of the emperors.

34 The sanctuary with its oracle was flourishing already in the later Archaic age, as shown by the many statues of kouroi that 29 30 31 32 33 34 Theatrical performances, on the other hand, are characterized as “ornaments,” συνκοσμοῦντας τὴν ἑορτήν; we don’t know whether there were musical contests as well. 1: 141 no. 1. The contemporary dances of the Whirling Dervishes suffered a similar fate. org/articles/hellmut-ritter (accessed January 2015). The term “invention of tradition” was coined by Hobsbawm and Ranger 1983 (for Victorian Britain).

54 The procession obviously was important to the village and needed the sacred basket for carrying the sacred objects. We do not know why it was missing: maybe it was made of wickerwork and finally had given out, or it was made from silver and had been stolen (if silver was an innovation, as it well might have been; we are not told so). The important thing is that Aelius Menecrates felt it his civic duty to donate a new silver basket for the rite. Given the scarcity of our data, it is not always possible to discern whether we deal with restoration or innovation, intentional or not.

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