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Roman Imperialism and Provincial Art, Edited by Sarah Scott

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Автор: Edited by Sarah Scott
Название:  Roman Imperialism and Provincial Art
Издательство: Cambridge Academ
Искусство: предыстория
История искусства: древнее и классическое искусство,от BCE до c 500 CE

ISBN: 0521805929
ISBN-13(EAN): 9780521805926
ISBN: 0-521-80592-9
ISBN-13(EAN): 978-0-521-80592-6
Обложка/Формат: Hardback
Страницы: 272
Вес: 0.782 кг.
Дата издания: 08.07.2003
Язык: English
Иллюстрации: 67 b/w illus.
Размер: 244 x 170 x 16
Читательская аудитория: Professional & vocational
Ссылка на Издательство: Link
Поставляется из: Англии
Описание: Roman Imperialism and Provincial Art focuses on the art works created in the provinces of the Roman Empire. Heretofore marginalized, or at best understood in terms of emulations of the symbols, styles, and tastes of metropolitan Rome, provincial art is often portrayed as a poor copy of works created in the imperial capital. In this volume, the contributors address the diversity and complexity of the evidence and also offer fresh interpretations of mosaics, wall-paintings, statues and jewelry in an effort to determine what these art works can tell us about the nature of life under an imperial regime. The broad geographical and chronological coverage allows unique insights into the social and political significance of visual expression across the Roman Empire.
Дополнительное описание: Subject: Art / Western art
Readership: Roman archaeology, art history and post-colonial study
Level: academic researchers, graduate students, professionals
Format: 247 x 174 mm 272pp 67 half-tones
Chapter Titles: Introduction: 1. Provincial art and Roman imperialism: an overview Sarah Scott; Part I. Conceptualizing Provincial Art: 2. Art, Romanization and competence Catherine Johns; 3. Art as resistance and negotiation Jane Webster; Part II. Metropolitan Art and the Depiction of Rome’s ‘Others’: 4. ‘The hanged men dance’: Barbarians in Trajanic art Iain Ferris; 5. Female representation in Roman art: feminizing the provincial ‘Other’ Rene Rodgers; Part III. Art in the Roman West: 6. Poles apart?: Perceptions of gender in Gaulish and British cult-imagery Miranda Aldhouse Green; 7. ‘The Captains and the Kings depart’ Martin Henig; 8. Seeing Apollo in Roman Gaul and Germany Greg Woolf; Part IV. Art in Roman North Africa: 9. Family values? Art and power at Ghirza, Tripolitania David Matingly; Part V. Art in the Roman East: 10. The houses of Antioch: a study of the domestic sphere in the imperial Near East Shelley Hales; 11. Art and identity in Asia Minor Zahra Newby; Epilogue: 12. Art and aesthetics: a personal view Martin Henig.

Roman Imperialism and Civic Patronage

Автор: Longfellow
Название: Roman Imperialism and Civic Patronage
ISBN: 1107415241 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781107415249
Издательство: Cambridge Academ
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Описание: In this book, Brenda Longfellow examines one of the features of Roman Imperial cities, the monumental civic fountain. Built in cities throughout the Roman Empire during the first through third centuries AD, these fountains were imposing in size, frequently adorned with grand sculptures, and often placed in highly trafficked areas. Over twenty-five of these urban complexes can be associated with emperors. Dr Longfellow situates each of these examples within its urban environment and investigates the edifice as a product of an individual patron and a particular historical and geographical context. She also considers the role of civic patronage in fostering a dialogue between imperial and provincial elites with the local urban environment. Tracing the development of the genre across the empire, she illuminates the motives and ideologies of imperial and local benefactors in Rome and the provinces and explores the complex interplay of imperial power, patronage, and the local urban environment.

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