Roman imperial sculpture; an introduction to the commemorative and decorative sculpture of the Roman Empire down to the death of Constantine [by] D.E. Strong.


London, A. Tiranti, 1961.
ISBN 0693191478

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Subjects Plastik.
Plastische kunst.
Ròˆmisches Reich.
Sculpture, Roman.
Description vii, 104 pages illustrations 19 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Notes Label on t.p.: Transatlantic Arts, Hollywood-by-the-Sea, Fla.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 81-86).
Contents The background-Greek, Etruscan and Italian sources -- Greek art in the late republic -- The end of the republic -- The Augustan age -- The Julio-Claudians -- The Flavian style -- Trajanic victory monuments -- Hadrian and the provinces -- The early sarcophagi -- The Antonine emperors and the decline of the classical tradition -- The column of Marcus Aurelius -- The Severans-Rome and Africa -- The third century A.D. -- The public monuments of the tetrarchy -- The arch of Constantine -- Select list of emperors.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)429146
(OCoLC)ocm00429146
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WorldCat Identities Strong, Donald Emrys.
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