The Oxford Handbook of Roman Sculpture
Elise A. Friedland, Melanie Grunow Sobocinski, Elaine K. Gazda
Oxford University Press, 2015 - 713 pages
Sculptures populated both the urban and private realms of the Roman world in numbers unparalleled today. They were essential to communicating political, religious, and social messages, and as such, provide an invaluable entrée into Roman society. This Handbook presents a rigorous appraisal of Roman sculptural studies. It includes material from the early republican period to late antiquity (c. 500 BC to AD 500) and considers sculpture in Rome and in regions dominated by the Roman Empire.
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