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Art of Rome C. 753 B. C.- A. D. 337 Sources and Documents

ISBN-10: 052127365X
ISBN-13: 9780521273657
Edition: 1983
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List price: $51.00
Copyright year: 1983
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 5/12/1983
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 276
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

J. J. Pollitt is Sterling Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology and History of Art at Yale University. He served as Dean of the Graduate School from 1986 to 1991, Editor-in-Chief of American Journal of Archaeology from 1973 to 1977 and Chairman of the Publications Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens from 1982 to 1985. He is the author of numerous books, including Art and Experience in Classical Greece, The Ancient View of Greek Art, Art in the Hellenistic Age and Personal Styles in Greek Sculpture.

Preface
Preface to the reissue of 1983
Introduction
The Roman Republic
The Period of Kings: c. 753-510 B.C.
The Earliest Phase
The Beginnings of Sculpture
The Beginnings of Painting
Etruscan Influence at Rome: Tarquinius and Vulca
Portrait Statues
The Early Republic: 509-390 B.C.
The Temple of Ceres on the Aventine
The Tomb of Lars Porsenna
The Sack of Veii
The Beginning of Sculpture in Bronze
Portrait Statues
Roman Expansion in Italy: c. 390-264 B.C.
Triumphs and Plunder
Painting
Portrait Statues
The Dedications of the Ogulnii
Expansion in the Mediterranean: c. 264-133 B.C.
Plunder from Syracuse: 211 B.C.
The Luxury of Asia
Further Triumphs and Their Fruits
The City of Rome and Its Monuments
Painting
Portrait Sculpture
Statues of Gods and Heroes
The Decline of the Republic: 133-31 B.C.
Triumphs and Plunder
Collecting and Connisseurship
Private and Public Buildings
The Buildings and Monuments of Julius Caesar
Painting
Sculpture
Portraiture
The Roman Empire from 27 B.C. to 192 A.D.
The Julio-Claudian Emperors, 27 B.C.-A.D. 68
Augustus: 27 B.C.-A.D. 14
The Fruits of Actium
The Augustan Building Program
Sculpture
Painting
The Minor Arts
The Death, Interment, and Testament of Augustus
Vitruvius
Tiberius: A.D. 14-37
Buildings and Monuments
Sculpture
Painting
The Minor Arts
Caligula: A.D. 37-41
Buildings and Fancies
Sculpture
Claudius: A.D. 41-54
Public Works
Sculpture
Gems and Jewelry
Nero: A.D. 54-68
The Great Fire, the Golden House (Domus Aurea), and Other Architectural Projects
Sculpture
Painting
The Minor Arts
Nero the Artist
The End of Nero
The Flavians
The Year of Galba, Otho, and Vitellius: A.D. 69
Vespasian: A.D. 70-79
Buildings and Restorations
Sculpture
Painting and Decoration
Titus: A.D. 79-81
Domitian: A.D. 81-96
Public and Private Buildings
Sculpture
The "Five Good Emperors" and Commodus
Nerva: A.D. 96-98
Trajan: A.D. 98-117
Building Projects
The Younger Pliny's Villa at Laurentum
Hadrian: A.D. 117-137
Personality and Tastes
The Hadrianic Building Program in Rome
Building Projects in the Provinces
Sculpture
Antoninus Pius: A.D. 138-161
Public Works
Herodes Atticus
Marcus Aurelius: A.D. 161-180
Commodus: A.D. 180-192
Public Works
Sculpture and Painting
Late Antiquity
Historical Developments
The Severans: A.D. 193-235
Septimius Severus: A.D. 193-211
Caracalla: A.D. 211-217
Macrinus: A.D. 217-218
Elagabalus: A.D. 218-222
Alexander Severus: A.D. 222-235
The Roman Empire from A. D. 235-337
The Period of Maximinus and Gordian I: A.D. 235-238
Gordian III: A.D. 238-244
Gallienus: 253-268
Claudius Gothicus: 268-270
Aurelian: 270-275
Tacitus: 275-276 and Florian: 276
Probus: 276-282
Carus, Carinus, and Numerianus: 282-284
Diocletian: 285-305
Constantine: 305-337
Philosophical and Literary Traditions in the Art Criticism of Late Antiquity
The Life of Apollonios of Tyana
Plotinos: c. 205-270
The Philostrati
Kallistratos
Appendix
Greek
Latin
Index
Index of Artists
Geographical Index
General Index

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