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While we are building a new and improved webshop, please click below to purchase this content via our partner CCC and their Rightfind service. You will need to register with a RightFind account to finalise the purchase. Objective The Journal of Ancient History aims to provide a forum for scholarship covering all aspects of ancient history and culture from the Archaic Period to Late Antiquity roughly the ninth century BCE through the eighth century CE.

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The So-called Nonsense Inscriptions on Ancient Greek Vases

Collectors, Scholars, and Forgers in the Ancient World focuses on the fascination which works of art, texts, and antiquarian objects exerted over Greeks and Romans in antiquity and uses brief parallels from other cultures and times to offer contexts for that fascination. Statues, bronze weapons, books, and bones were prized because they had religious value, were the work of highly regarded artists and writers, had been possessed by famous mythological figures, or were relics of a long gone past. Attitudes towards these objects changed over time: sculpture originally created for a religious pur Attitudes towards these objects changed over time: sculpture originally created for a religious purpose became valuable as art and could be removed from its original setting. Historians discovered some value in inscriptions and other texts for historical arguments, while literary scholars sought early manuscripts to establish what the author really wrote. As early as the Hellenistic era, some Greeks and Romans began to collect objects and might display them in palaces, villas, or gardens. As these objects acquired value, there was a demand for more of them, so copyists and forgers created additional pieces.

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Art And Inscriptions In The Ancient World

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Group 6 Report-Miltiades. What could be the point of adding the Latin if the residents of the domus, and presumably their guests were bilingual in Latin and Greek, particularly given that there was very little space for the Latin and so it is clearly crammed in? The possibility of it having been stolen hadn't occurred to me - I think that Romans often used Greek stylistic elements and language as a mark of education and status. This would be in keeping with the Hellenistic trends in Roman art and culture. Miltiades, a Greek general, is not clean shaven and his hair is slightly curled in a more typical Roman General fashion seen in busts of Julius Caesar. Although Miltiades was a war hero during the 5th century BCE, I believe that if this bust was sculpted in the Common Era that it would have been created before the reign of Hadrian the Philhellene. Hadrian, lover of all things Greek, may have had a bust such as this one commissioned to commemorate an admirable Greek ancestor, and to show his knowledge of Greek history.


Cambridge University Press. - Art and Inscriptions in the Ancient World. Edited by Zahra Newby and Ruth Leader-Newby. Frontmatter.


Review: Art and Inscriptions in the Ancient World. Eds. Z. Newby & R. Leader-Newby (2007).

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 Какая разница?. - Тебе больше нечем заняться? - Сьюзан метнула на него недовольный взгляд.

Collectors, Scholars, and Forgers in the Ancient World: Object Lessons

Он отдал Сьюзан свой пиджак, а вместе с ним - Скайпейджер. Теперь уже окаменел Стратмор. Рука Сьюзан задрожала, и пейджер упал на пол возле тела Хейла. Сьюзан прошла мимо него с поразившим его выражением человека, потрясенного предательством. Коммандер не сказал ни слова и, медленно наклонившись, поднял пейджер. Новых сообщений не .

Пять месяцев. Я сказала. - Я знаю.  - Он улыбнулся.  - Но на этот раз, - он вытянул левую руку так, чтобы она попала в камеру, и показал золотой ободок на безымянном пальце, - на этот раз у меня есть кольцо. ГЛАВА 116 - Читайте, мистер Беккер! - скомандовал Фонтейн.

Review of Z. Newby and R. Leader-Newby, Art and Inscriptions in the Ancient World (2007)

Честь. Страна. Любовь. Дэвид Беккер должен был погибнуть за первое, второе и третье. ГЛАВА 103 Стратмор возник из аварийного люка подобно Лазарю, воскресшему из мертвых.

Этого и ждут от меня читатели. Больные на соседних койках начали приподниматься, чтобы разглядеть, что происходит. Беккер нервно посматривал на медсестру. Пожалуй, дело кончится тем, что его выставят на улицу. Клушар продолжал бушевать: - И этот полицейский из вашего города тоже хорош. Заставил меня сесть на мотоцикл. Смотрите сюда! - Он попытался поднять левую руку.

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