A collection of sculpture in classical and early Christian Antioch [by] Dericksen M. Brinkerhoff.

; College Art Association of America ; Oliver Book Collection for Classical and Near Eastern Studies ; Oliver, Andrew, Jr., 1936- donor
New York, Published by New York University Press for the College Art Association of America, 1970.

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Other Authors Oliver, Andrew, 1936-
College Art Association of America.
Oliver Book Collection for Classical and Near Eastern Studies.
Subjects Antiochia (Orontes)
Plastik.
Plastische kunst.
Romeinse keizertijd.
Sculpture -- Turkey -- Antioch.
Sculpture, Classical -- Turkey -- Antioch.
Sculpture, Classical.
Sculpture, Early Christian -- Turkey -- Antioch.
Sculpture, Early Christian.
Sculpture.
Turkey -- Antioch.
Vroegchristelijke beeldhouwkunst.
Series Monographs on archaeology and fine arts ; 22.
Description xi, 83 pages illustrations, portraits 29 cm.
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes One copy is part of: the Andrew Oliver Book Collection for Classical and Near Eastern Studies.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 73-83).
Contents 1. Introudction -- 2. Portraits. 1. Pertinax . 2. Gordian III 3. Constantius I Chlorus -- 3. Mythological subjects. 1. Late second century replicas of Hellenistic adaptions. 2. Mid-third century reproduction of an Attic original. 3. Early fourth century copy of an Apollo by Bryacis. 4. Third century copies of Hellenistic Asiatic types -- 4. Significance of the sculpture in the late Roman age. 1. Statues in the context of Roman sculptural productin. 2. Eastern Mediterranean as a single cultural area. 3. Fourth critical period in clasical sculpture -- 5. Significance of the collection in the early Christian age. 1. Comparable collections. 2. Comparable early Christian sculpture. 3. Related mosaics -- 6. Concludions. 1. Paganism and the cultural context of the collection. 2. Formatin and ownership of the collectin. 3. Christian context and the burial of the collection.
Genre Skulpturensammlung.
Skulpturensammlung.
Geographic Area Turkey
Network Numbers (OCoLC)120021
(OCoLC)ocm00120021
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Brinkerhoff, Dericksen M.
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