Kairos-
replika arheološkog nalazišta u Hrvatskoj

 

KAIROS
Kod starih Grka je Kairos, najmladi Zeusov sin, bio božanstvo sretnog, odnosno povoljnog trenutka. Mit kazuje da se Kairos necujno i hitro krece medu ljudima pružajuci im priliku da ga uhvate za cuperak koji mu pada niz lice. Može ga se uhvatiti jedino sprijeda, jer, osim na celu, nema kosu. "Uhvatiti Kairosa za cuperak" znaci znati iskoristiti povoljnu priliku koja se pruža samo jednom u životu. Kairos poziva na budnost i odvažnost, on je simbol djelovanja u pravom trenutku.
Reljef potjece iz I. st. i vjerojatno je raden prema Lizipovom originalu. Sada se nalazi u zbirci samostana sv. Nikole u Trogiru


KAIROS
In the Greek mythology, Kairos, the youngest son of Zeus, was the god of the fortunate, favourable moment. According to this myth, Kairos is moving silently and swiftly among people, thus giving them a chance to catch him by the lock of his hair falling on his face. “ To catch Kairos's hair ” is to make use of the good opportunity given only once in a lifetime. Kairos calls for alertness and daring and is a symbol of action when the time is right.

The relief originates from the 1 st century and was probably made after the Lisipus's original. It is now in the collection of St. Nicolas's monastery in Trogir.

 

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