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An Archaeology of Representations: Ancient Greek Vase-Painting and Contemporary Methodologies offers original approaches to vase-paintings of archaic and classical Greece, with an emphasis on the semiotics of ancient modes of representation. Written by an international group of eminent scholars, the essays in this book address methodological questions and propose wide-ranging interpretive arguments for the study of a large number of images from the rich and complex corpus of ancient Greek vase-painting.
Author: Dimitrios Yatromanolakis
The vibrant realism and the technical skills of Hellenistic sculpture create the foundations of European art. Professor Smith presents a reevaluation of this rich and elaborate period of the era as a period of modernity, describing the variety, sophistication and complexity of its styles. Numerous images reveal the skill and ingenuity of the great artists of the Hellenistic period, who created works of exceptional beauty and expressive power. The result is a realistic overview of a phase crucial to the evolution of European art.
Author: R.R.R. Smith
MARATHON. The Battle and the Ancient City.
2,500 years after the Battle of Marathon, we are still charmed by the victory of the 10,000 Athenians and Plataies against the many thousands of warriors of the giant Persian empire, and the Marathon plain stands as a world symbol for those who struggle for freedom and independence over all-out expeditionary forces.
Professor John M. Camp, with this comprehensive book, presents an up-to-date overview of the monuments of ancient Athens and Attica, making a complete tour of this area. His richly illustrated work will attract not only scientists and students of Greek culture but also visitors exploring ancient sites.
John M. Camp is the director of the Ancient Athenian Market excavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies of Athens and Professor of Classical Archeology at Randolph - Macon College.
The distinguished professor of archeology, Claude Rolley, offers a book that enables us to reach out to Greek Sculpture, starting with the works and analyzes that have been proposed for them. The work lists all the knowledge we have today and the discussions that have been brought about by recent discoveries. The projects are examined within their historical and social context, which often explains their character and evolution. The entire Greek world is presented from the Nile Delta to the Crimea and from Kyrenia to Marseilles. It also raises the issue of the radiance of Greek sculpture on the outskirts of the Greek world and in the non-Greek before the Romans spread it in their own way.
Through the lines of this book, we distinguish the great importance of this art, which was the source of the art of the Western world.
Author: Claude Rolley
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