Architecture and architectural sculpture in the Roman Empire
Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, 1990 - Architecture - 163 pages
Essays exploring themes in Roman architecture, based on papers presented to an Oxford conference on Roman art held in 1987. Topics include: Nero's Golden House (D. Hemsoll); Architecture and construction scenes on Trajan's column (J. S. N. Coulston); Street plaques in Pompeii (R. Ling); Roman architecture in a Greek world: Sicily (R. J. A. Wilson); Classical architecture in Roman Egypt (D. M. BAiley); Urban renewal under the Severi (S. Walker); Caryatids (G. Lloyd-Morgan); Temples, aedicual shrines, signet rings (Martin Henig).
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The Architecture of Neros Golden House 10
The Architecture and Construction Scenes on Trajans Column
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