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The Oxford handbook of Roman sculpture

edited by Elise A. Friedland and Melanie Grunow Sobocinski ; with Elaine K. Gazda.
  • New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2015]
  • Copyright Notice: ©2015
  • xiv, 713 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), map ; 26 cm.
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Also known as
  • Handbook of Roman sculpture
Subjects
Genre
  • History.
Series
Contents
  • note: pt. I Collecting, Conservation, And Display
  • 1.1. Collecting in Premodern Europe / Elizabeth Bartman
  • 1.2. Conservation and Restoration / Jerry Podany
  • 1.3. Collecting in Early America / Hima Mallampati Gleason
  • 1.4. Current Trends in Museum Display / Jessica Powers
  • 1.5. Three-Dimensional Scanning and Modeling / Bernard Frischer
  • pt. II Production And Distribution
  • 2.1. Marble Quarries: Ancient Imperial Administration and Modern Scientific Analyses / Eleonora Gasparini
  • 2.2. Marble Carving Techniques, Workshops, and Artisans / Amanda Claridge
  • 2.3. Reuse and Recarving: Technical Evidence / Eric R. Varner
  • 2.4. Bronzes / Carol C. Mattusch
  • 2.5. Terracottas / Adi Erlich
  • 2.6. Polychromy / Mark B. Abbe
  • 2.7. Transport and Distribution / Ben Russell
  • pt. III Styles And Genres
  • 3.1. Style: Applications and Limitations / Mark D. Fullerton
  • 3.2. Etruscan Connections / Nancy T. de Grummond
  • 3.3. "Idealplastik" and the Relationship between Greek and Roman Sculpture / Anna Anguissola
  • 3.4. Portraiture / Susan Wood
  • 3.5. Monumental Reliefs / Elizabeth Wolfram Thill
  • 3.6. Archaism and Eclecticism / Lori-Ann Touchette
  • 3.7. Egyptian-Style Monuments / Molly Swetnam-Burland
  • 3.8. Late Antique Sculpture / Christian Witschel
  • pt. IV Spatial And Social Contexts
  • 4.1. Architectural Settings / Brenda Longfellow
  • 4.2. Religious Dedications / Matthew M. McCarty
  • 4.3. Domestic Displays / Elaine K. Gazda
  • 4.4. Funerary Monuments / Bjorn C. Ewald
  • 4.5. Epigraphy and Patronage / Steven L. Tuck
  • 4.6. Imperial Messages / Barbara Kellum
  • 4.7. Non-Elite Patronage / Lauren Hackworth Petersen
  • 4.8. Gender / Francesca Tronchin
  • pt. V Regions And Provinces
  • 5.1. Northern Gaul, Germany, and Britain / Kimberly Cassibry
  • 5.2. Hispaniae and Narbonensis / Isabel Roda
  • 5.3. North Africa / Nathalie de Chaisemartin
  • 5.4. Greece / Mary C. Sturgeon
  • 5.5. Asia Minor / Diana Y. Ng
  • 5.6. Egypt / Christina Riggs
  • 5.7. Near East / Thomas Maria Weber
  • pt. VI Viewing And Reception
  • 6.1. Aesthetics and Latin Literary Reception / Michael Squire
  • 6.2. Reception Theory / Jennifer Trimble
  • 6.3. Ancient Analogs of Museums / Josephine Shaya
  • 6.4. Images of Statues in Other Media / Eric M. Moormann
  • 6.5. Human Interactions with Statues / Ellen E. Perry
  • 6.6. Iconoclasm / Troels Myrup Kristensen.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Eisenhower copy: Purchased with funds from the Debbie & R. Champlin Sheridan Humanities Fund; FY2016.
ISBN
  • 0199921822
  • 9780199921829
Identifying numbers
  • EAN: 9780199921829
  • LCCN: 2015452504
  • OCLC: 887851059
  • OCLC: 887851059