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Representations of War in Ancient Rome

Sheila Dillon, Katherine E. Welch - Art - 2006 - 365 pages
War suffused Roman life to a degree unparalleled in other ancient societies. Through a combination of obsessive discipline and frenzied (though carefully orchestrated ...
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Ancient Sculptural Copies in Miniature

Elizabeth Bartman - Art - 1992 - 222 pages
In-depth case studies of individual statuary types form the core of this analysis of sculptural copying in antiquity. By examining the popular genre of the copy, the book ...
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Art and archaeology of antiquity, Volume 3

Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule - Art - 2003 - 534 pages
The third part of the four volume set which aims to make available the most important studies of Cornelius Vermeule, the formercurator of Classical Art at the Boston Museum of ...
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The Language of the Muses: The Dialogue Between Roman and Greek Sculpture

Miranda Marvin - Art - 2008 - 304 pages
Since the Renaissance, it has been a generally accepted thesis that almost all Roman sculptures depicting ideal figures, such as gods, personifications, and figures from myth ...
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Art and Experience in Classical Greece

Jerome Jordan Pollitt - Art - 1972 - 205 pages
The development of Greek sculpture, architecture, and painting during the Classical period is examined within a social and cultural context
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Personal Styles in Greek Sculpture

Olga Palagia, Jerome Jordan Pollitt, J. J. Pollitt - Art - 1998 - 187 pages
The aim of this 1996 book is to identify and evaluate the distinctive styles of five important ancient Greek sculptors whose work is discussed by ancient writers. Its ...
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Women and Visual Replication in Roman Imperial Art and Culture

Jennifer Trimble - Art - 2011 - 486 pages
Why did Roman portrait statues, famed for their individuality, repeatedly employ the same body forms? The complex issue of the Roman copying of Greek 'originals' has so far ...
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