CADDEDDI ON THE TELLARO A LATE ROMAN VILLA IN SICILY AND ITS MOSAICS BABESCH SUPPLEMENTA

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Caddeddi On The Tellaro

Author : R. J. A. Wilson
ISBN : 9042933887
Genre : Art
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The late Roman villa of Caddeddi, near Noto in south-east Sicily, first came to light over forty years ago. Built in the second half of the fourth century AD, it is chiefly known for its three figured mosaic pavements, which after careful restoration in Syracuse were returned to the site prior to its opening to the public in 2008. This book describes in detail these and other pavements at Caddeddi, and concludes that, as at the more famous villa of Casale near Piazza Armerina a generation before, they are likely to be the work of North African mosaicists fulfilling an overseas commission for the villa's owner. The book attempts to place the mosaics and the villa itself in their wider Sicilian and Mediterranean context, with discussion ranging over such topics as late Roman villas elsewhere in Sicily, the iconography of myth and personification, peacock-feather helmets, the participation of the military in the Roman animal trade, the parallels between the mosaic floors of Caddeddi and those of Roman North Africa, the development of a new Roman saddle type in the fourth century, and military footwear fashionable at the same time. Of particular note are the 197 illustrations, 184 of them in full colour, which highlight the vividness and vivacity, as well as the polychromatic variety, of these stunning late Roman mosaics.
Category: Art

Rivista Studi Bizantini E Neoellenici N 53 2016

Author : Andrea Luzzi
ISBN : 9788868129576
Genre : History
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INDICE Andrea TORNO GINNASI, La toupha e il cavallo Tomás FERNÁNDEZ, Malas mujeres en Leoncio de Neápolis Angela PRINZI, Una redazione inedita della Passio SS. Caesarii et Iuliani: la Passio graeca minor (BHG 285d) tràdita dal ms. Ambr. D 92 sup. Daniele BIANCONI, Sparagmata di un antico testimone dell’Historia Ecclesiastica di Eusebio di Cesarea Enrica FOLLIERI, L’autore della Vita di San Nilo da Rossano André JACOB, L’invocation de Léonce Pietro PODOLAK, Nicetas Archbishop of Nicomedia: a forgotten figure in the twelfth-century controversy surrounding the Filioque Francesco LO CONTE, «Bibliotecham venetiis ornatissimam habet…»: due indici inediti di manoscritti greci appartenuti a Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (1504-1575) Donatella BUCCA, Lucas Holste e il «thesoro nascosto» della biblioteca del San Salvatore di Messina: notizie inedite dal Barb. lat. 3074 Giuseppe M. CROCE, Vocazione ecumenica del monastero di Grottaferrata Massimiliano MAIDA, Bisanzio negli scritti giovanili di Kostìs Palamàs tra rievocazione storica e coscienza nazionale Pubblicazioni ricevute (a cura di Laura ZADRA)
Category: History

Roman Artisans And The Urban Economy

Author : Cameron Hawkins
ISBN : 9781107115446
Genre : Business & Economics
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Vividly reconstructs economic conditions in ancient Roman cities and the socio-economic strategies of artisans who lived in them.
Category: Business & Economics

Apoxy Menos

Author : Palazzo Medici Riccardi
ISBN : UOM:39015067640881
Genre : Art
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Historical and stylistical analysis of the "Apoxyòmenos," a Greek bronze statue from around 360 B.C. that was discovered in 1999 in the waters off the island of Lošinj in Dalmatia. Also details story of the recovery and preservation.
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Shapes And Images

Author : Eric M. Moormann
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211722140
Genre : Art
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This collection of papers is dedicated to Herman Brijder upon his retirement from the University of Amsterdam. He is a renowned scholar in the field of Greek ancient pottery and his research is mainly concentrated on the so-called Siana cups, made in the middle of the 6th century BC at Athens. Twenty three colleagues, among which former students, wrote articles on diverse aspects of Greek pottery of the 6th and 5th centuries BC, especially on vases produced at Athens. Various contributions have been presented during a round table in Brijder's former working environment, the Allard Pierson Museum at Amsterdam. Subjects include the iconography of mythical figures, the depiction of animals, means of transport, the shapes of drinking vessels and the distribution of Athenian pottery in the Mediterranean. A few essays deal with related topics. As a whole, the volume is a representative overview of themes that matter in modern research of ancient Greek pottery.
Category: Art

Housing And Habitat In The Ancient Mediterranean

Author : Aa Di Castro
ISBN : 9042933267
Genre : History
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This volume presents the outcome of the international conference 'Housing and Habitat in the Mediterranean World: responses to different environments' that celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Monash University Centre in Prato in 2011. It incorporates comparative and recent research on the housing in the Mediterranean world investigating social, cultural and environmental aspects. The topics of the contributions deal with the development and internationalisation of domestic architecture in the Mediterranean, the transformation and diffusion of different housing typologies, the implications for social interaction, and the adaptation to varying regional environments of Classical models of housing. The contributors present new archaeological data and fresh interpretations, various theories, methods and evidence to investigate the characteristics of and change in social space and dynamics in both the urban and rural environment. Rather than dealing with one discrete region or time frame, the aim of the conference and these papers is diachronic, incorporating data from around the entire region and ranging broadly across the 1st millennium BCE to Late Antiquity. In so doing, regional characteristics can be highlighted but also compared with contemporary developments throughout the region and long-term trends, both local and again regional, can be identified. The volume illustrates different priorities in the study of housing and habitat that hopefully will prove stimulating to all researchers concerned with the lived-in environment.
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Sicily Under The Roman Empire

Author : Roger John Anthony Wilson
ISBN : 0856681601
Genre : History
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Subtitled 'The Archaeology of a Roman Province 36BC-AD535' this book presents a fully documented and extenisvely illustrated account of towns and urbanization, the countryside, industry and trade, and religious cults; and there is a full descriptive analysis of public and private buildings ... but that is not all, for this is a huge book. It is packed with information, all impressively documented, yet it is so clearly written that it remains easy to read. A major work of scholarship.
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Understanding Standardization And Variation In Mediterranean Ceramics

Author : Antonis Kotsonas
ISBN : 9042930918
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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This volume is designed as a wide-ranging analysis of ceramic standardization and variation, and as a contribution to pottery studies in the Mediterranean and beyond. It originates in a conference session in the 16th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists which was held in The Hague, The Netherlands, and was organized by the research team of the project New Perspectives on Ancient Pottery (NPAP) of the Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, University of Amsterdam. Some of the most enduring questions archaeologists raise are explicitly or implicitly formulated around the concepts of standardization and variation. Yet, the significance of these concepts has rarely been acknowledged in archaeological literature and their full potential for the study of ancient culture remains under-explored. To demonstrate the significance of these concepts for the study of material culture, we adopt here a cross-cultural and diachronic perspective. The individual chapters cover a variety of case studies, ranging from Spanish handmade pottery to John Beazley's Greek vase painters. The range of approaches pursued is equally broad and involves traditional stylistic analyses, applications of archaeological science, statistical methodologies, and post-processual considerations. The result will hopefully stimulate pottery experts and specialists in other categories of artifacts to revisit their material from different and fresh angles.
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Bug On A Bike

Author : Chris Monroe
ISBN : 9781467764971
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Are we there yet? The Bug on the Bike isn't saying. He just started riding his bike one day and invited his friends—from the athletic pickle to a surprisingly agile nickel—to follow behind him. Nobody knows where they're headed, but it's a long, strange trip everyone is happy to take. Chris Monroe, creator of the Monkey with a Tool Belt series, brings her characteristic love of silly details to this rhyming read-aloud romp.
Category: Juvenile Fiction