9780520223271

From Pergamon to Sperlonga: Sculpture and Context

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  • ISBN13:

    9780520223271

  • ISBN10:

    0520223276

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-01-01
  • Publisher: Univ of California Pr

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Summary

Papers by ten major art historians, about Hellenistic sculpture.

Author Biography

Nancy T. de Grummond is Professor of Classics at Florida State University Brunilde S. Ridgway is Rhys Carpenter Professor Emerita of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College

Table of Contents

Illustrations
vii
Preface xv
Abbreviations xvii
Introduction 1(16)
Nancy T. de Grummond
Brunilde S. Ridgway
Culture as Policy: The Attalids of Pergamon
17(15)
Erich S. Gruen
Pergamo ara marmorea magna: On the Date, Reconstruction, and Functions of the Great Altar of Pergamon
32(26)
Andrew Stewart
Pergamon to Hierapolis: From Theatrical ``Altar'' to Religious Theater
58(20)
Mary C. Sturgeon
The Sperlonga Sculptures: The Current State of Research
78(14)
Brunilde S. Ridgway
The Phantom of a Rhodian School of Sculpture
92(19)
J.J. Pollitt
Odysseus at Sperlonga: Hellenistic Hero or Roman Heroic Foil?
111(55)
H. Anne Weis
Pergamon and Sperlonga: A Historian's Reactions
166(25)
Peter Green
Ubiquitous Barbarians: Representations of the Gauls at Pergamon and Elsewhere
191(44)
John R. Marszal
Pergamene Influences on Etruscan Hellenistic Art
235(20)
Stephan Steingraber
Gauls and Giants, Skylla and the Palladion: Some Responses
255(24)
Nancy T. de Grummond
Appendix: Literary Sources for Sperlonga 279(2)
Bibliography 281(22)
Contributors 303(2)
Index 305

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