8 edition of Roman Portrait Sculpture 217-260 A.D found in the catalog.
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
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Roman Portrait Sculpture 217-260 A.D book Susan Wood: Roman Portrait Sculpture – A.D.: the Transformation of an Artistic Tradition. (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition, ) (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition, ) Pp.
xiv + ; 64 :// Portrait Head of an Empress. Unknown 37 × 20 × cm (14 9/16 × 7 7/8 × 8 3/16 in.) AA Open Content images tend to be large in file-size.
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Roman Portrait Sculpture A.D. The Transformation of an Artistic Tradition Volume 12 By: Wood. Publication Date ?language=en. Roman Portrait Sculpture A.D: The Transformation of an Artistic Tradition (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition): ISBN () Hardcover, Brill, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site: Marble portrait of the emperor Caracalla A.D.
– Roman Caracalla took the official name of M. Aurelius Antoninus Pius as part of the Severan dynasty’s attempt to appear as the legitimate and worthy successors of the secondcentury Antonine :// Roman Portrait Sculpture Back to Mainpage.
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Click on underlined Names to Link to Portrait Sculptures in the Museum. Portrait Sculptures have 80 Late Roman Sculpture and Painting • Examine Roman portrait, memorial and funerary sculpture as it developed in the High Empire in Rome and in the colonies.
• Understand the influences on Roman ‘mummy’ painting. 81 Figure Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, from Rome, Italy, ca. Bronze, 11’ 6” :// Susan Wood, Roman Portrait Sculpture A.D. The Transformation of an artistic Tradition In this book, Sheila Dillon offers the first detailed analysis of the female portrait statue in the Greek world from the 4th century BCE to the 3rd century CE.
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Roman Portrait Sculptures Back to RNG Mainpage. Alphabetical List of Roman Emperors Please note this list is not complete, especially additional relatives are know.
Click on underlined Name to Link to Portrait Sculptures in the Museum! Portrait Sculptures have survived only for some of the emperors on the list Portrait of Emperor Caracalla, from the North Market, - AD, Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth, Greece ().jpg 3, × 4,; MB Portrait of the Roman emperor Caracalla (A.D.
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