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Stephanos : studies in honor of Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway

Author: Kim J Hartswick; Mary C Sturgeon
Publisher: Philadelphia : University Museum, University of Pennsylvania for Bryn Mawr College, 1998.
Series: University Museum monograph, 100.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Festschrifts (form)
Named Person: Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway; Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway; Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway; Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kim J Hartswick; Mary C Sturgeon
ISBN: 0924171529 9780924171529
OCLC Number: 37663196
Notes: "Stephanos" is written in Greek.
Description: xii, 300 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm.
Contents: A day at the races: the Tyrannicides in the fifth-century Agora / Aileen Ajootian --
A Romano-Egyptian statuette of a comic actor: survival of the classical tradition / Susan H. Auth --
Reconstructing the "treasury," or temple of Hera I, at Foce del Sele / Barbara A. Barletta --
The Prometheus group in context / Thomas Brogman --
NM 238: a Hellenistic statue and its Archaistic support / Colette Susan Czapski --
Re-writing attributions: Alkamenes and the Hermes Propylaos / Jane E. Francis --
Description vs. prescription: a semantics of sculptural style / Mark D. Fullerton --
The Acropolis of Athens before 566 B.C. / Kevin T. Glowacki --
The Amazon myth and gender studies / Marilyn Y. Goldberg --
Some lost sculptures from Minturnae / Erika B. Harnett --
The Athena Lemnia: a response / Kim J. Hartswick --
A bridle for the bronze horse from Artemision / Séan A. Hemingway --
Hair struts in the late Roman sculpture / Mary B. Hollinshead --
Nemesis trampling the enemy: a previously unrecognized example / Michael B. Hornum --
Statues that kill and the gods who love them / Susan C. Jones --
Two limestone goddesses from the sanctuary of Demeter and Kore/Persephone at Cyrene, Libya / Susan Kane --
Myth and message in northern Greece: interpreting the classical coins of Mende / Anne-Marie Knoblauch --
The relief base of Atarbos, Akropolis Museum 1338 / Angeliki Kosmopoulou --
An epiphany for Athena: the eastern pediment of the old Athena temple at Athens / John R. Marszal --
Divinity, exaltation and heroization: thoughts on the seated posture in early archaic Greek sculpture / Helen Nagy --
Unfinished hair and the installation of the pedimental sculptures of the temple of Zeus at Olympia / Paul Rehak --
The seven kinds of the land of Ia', a district on Ia-ad-na-na: archaen Bluebloods, Cypriot Parvenus or both? / David W. Rupp --
A Peloponnesian Aphrodite: the Corinth theatre type / Mary C. Sturgeon --
A smiling satyr in context / Natalia Vogeikoff --
The function of the sanctuary of Athena and the Pergamon Altar (the Heroon of Telophos) in the Attalid building program / Pamela A. Webb --
The Pasquino group and Sperlonga: Menelaos and Patroklos or Aeneas and Lausus (Aen. 10.791-832)? / Anne Weis.
Series Title: University Museum monograph, 100.
Responsibility: Kim J. Hartswick and Mary C. Sturgeon, editors.

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