Art and Text in Roman Culture

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Jas Elsner
CUP Archive, 27 cze 1996 - 391
Art and Text in Roman Culture is a collection of specially commissioned essays exploring the interface between words and images in the Roman world. The relationship of pictures and writing is complex and fascinating. Essays by ancient historians, literary critics and classical art historians examine a range of themes from ekphrasis to epigraphy, from the problems of modern to those of ancient reproduction, from mimesis to self-fashioning, from the cultural meanings of children and death in imperial Roman art to the significance of torture and images of women. The aim of this volume - a sequel to Art and Text in Ancient Greek Culture edited by Simon Goldhill and Robin Osborne (1994) - is to offer a series of commentaries and reflections on different kinds of interaction between images and writing in Rome, in order to enrich the critical debate within Classical art history.
 

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reading Trajans
9
texts and the propaganda 32
32
a tale of two cities 57
57
writing art and the art of writing 75
75
Representing metamorphosis ALISON SHARROCK 103
103
PART THREE
131
Notes 277 Works cited 350
350
Details of illustrations 378 Index 381
378
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