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From republic to empire : rhetoric, religion, and power in the visual culture of ancient Rome

Author: John Pollini
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©2012.
Series: Oklahoma series in classical culture, v. 48.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : 1stView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Pollini
ISBN: 9780806142586 0806142588
OCLC Number: 789148373
Description: xxiv, 549 pages [22] pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.
Contents: Ritualizing Death in Republican Rome : Memory, Religion, Class Struggle, and the Wax Ancestral Mask Tradition's Origin and Influence on Veristic Portraiture --
The Leader and the Divine : Official and Nonofficial Modes of Representation --
Appendix: A Colossal Statue of Titus or Domitian and the Neokorate Temples of Ephesos --
The Cult Statue of Julius Caesar and Heroic and Divine Imagery of Deified Leaders in the Late Republic and Early Principate --
From Warrior to Statesman in Art and Ideology : Octavian/Augustus and the Image of Alexander the Great --
Appendix: Triumphal Frieze of the Actian Victory Monument at Nikopolis --
The Ideology of "Peace through Victory" and the Ara Pacis Augustae : Visual Rhetoric and the Creation of a Dynastic Narrative --
Appendix A: The "Aeneas Panel" of the Ara Pacis --
Appendix B: The Mausoleum of Augustus and Its Quadrigate Imagery --
Appendix C: The Ustrinum Augusti --
The Acanthus of the Ara Pacis as an Apolline and Dionysiac Symbol of Anamorphosis, Anakyklosis, and Numen Mixtum --
The Smaller Cancelleria ("Vicomagistri") Reliefs and Julio-Claudian Imperial Altars : Limitations of the Evidence and Problems in Interpretation --
Appendix: The Ara Providentiae Augustae, Colossal Seated Statue of Augustus, and Julio-Claudian Ideology --
The "Insanity" of Caligula or the "Insanity" of the Jews? : Differences in Perception and Religious Beliefs --
Appendix: The Portraiture of Caligula : Myth, Reality, and Contemporary Attempts at Polychromy --
"Star Power" in Imperial Rome : Astral Theology, Castorian Imagery, and the Dual Heirs in the Transmission of Leadership.
Series Title: Oklahoma series in classical culture, v. 48.
Responsibility: John Pollini.

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