On interpreting the eclectic nature of Roman sculpture

Stevenson, Tom (2010) On interpreting the eclectic nature of Roman sculpture. Scholia, 19 37-62.

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Author Stevenson, Tom
Title On interpreting the eclectic nature of Roman sculpture
Journal name Scholia
ISSN 1018-9017
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 19
Start page 37
End page 62
Total pages 26
Place of publication Dunedin, New Zealand
Publisher University of Otago * Department of Classics
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Flexible combinations of ‘old’ and ‘new’ methodologies are probably the best way
to interpret the eclectic nature of Roman sculpture. An analysis of three pieces of Roman
sculpture—the ‘Pseudo-Athlete’ from Delos, the Prima Porta Augustus and the fourth-century
donatio relief from the Arch of Constantine—demonstrates the value of older
methods in the face of commanding theories produced by more recent methodology.
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