Roman Portraits in Context by Jane Fejfer

By Jane Fejfer

Никакая другая монументальная художественная форма не была так широко распространена в Римской империи, как скульптурный портрет, и его воздействие на городскую жизнь было значительным. Объединяя широкий социо-исторический обзор с полным анализом индивидуальных образов, их установкой и сопутствующими текстами, эта книга предлагает метод прочтения скульптурных портретов и их значения, даже тех, которые были давно изъяты из их первоначального контекста и теперь украшают галереи музеев.Образцы сканов:

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By Jane Fejfer

Никакая другая монументальная художественная форма не была так широко распространена в Римской империи, как скульптурный портрет, и его воздействие на городскую жизнь было значительным. Объединяя широкий социо-исторический обзор с полным анализом индивидуальных образов, их установкой и сопутствующими текстами, эта книга предлагает метод прочтения скульптурных портретов и их значения, даже тех, которые были давно изъяты из их первоначального контекста и теперь украшают галереи музеев.Образцы сканов:

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Никакая другая монументальная художественная форма не была так широко распространена в Римской империи, как скульптурный портрет, и его воздействие на городскую жизнь было значительным. Объединяя широкий социо-исторический обзор с полным анализом индивидуальных образов, их установкой и сопутствующими текстами, эта книга предлагает метод прочтения скульптурных портретов и их значения, даже тех, которые были давно изъяты из их первоначального контекста и теперь украшают галереи музеев.

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During the later first and second century, symbols of rank such as the wearing of the matronal stola and the clavi on the tunica gradually lost their significance. The depiction of insignia expressing rank was replaced by an interest in sophisticated and luxurious clothing and hairstyles. 110 Patrons who were excluded from the ranks of the nobility were able to buy themselves into public honours with generous donations. In second-century Puteoli the imperial freedman L. 111 There is a significant drop in the number of honorific inscriptions set up during the third century.

22 Detail of the statue support with episphairai (boxing-gloves) of the statue of Kleoneikos Fig. 21. 102 Other cities such as Perge and Side in Pamphylia attest to something similar. D. nude statues from the theatre in Aphrodisias have recently been associated with bases which inform us that the statues represent the boxers Piseas and Candidianus (fig. 19 and plate 3). 104 In spite of the large number of statue bases commemorating athletes, the two statues from Aphrodisias are among the few athletic statues to have survived.

In the Roman East women are honoured in public just as rarely as in the West. D. 96 The language, that is found in the honorific inscriptions commemorating women in public in Asia Minor is, however, different from the language found in Italian honorific inscriptions honouring women. Women in Asia Minor are praised for the roles they played in public, but in particular for their domestic roles as matrons. 98 Perhaps distinctions between women’s private and public roles were less pronounced in the East than in the West in a way which would entailed that women’s private lives were considered to be relevant to the definition of their public image?

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