Art and Identity in Asia Minor
Newby, Zahra (2003) Art and Identity in Asia Minor. In: Scott, Sarah and Webster, Jane, (eds.) Roman imperialism and provincial art. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521805926Full text not available from this repository.
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|Item Type:||Book Item|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Arts > Classics and Ancient History|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Place of Publication:||Cambridge, UK|
|Book Title:||Roman imperialism and provincial art|
|Editor:||Scott, Sarah and Webster, Jane|
|Number of Pages:||272|
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.
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