Aphrodisias Papers 2 The Theatre, a Sculptor"s Workshop, Philosophers, and Coin-Types (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series Number Two)

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ContributionsR. R. R. Smith (Editor), Kenan T. Erim (Editor)
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Number of Pages175
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ISBN 101887829024
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[1] Recent work on architecture and sculpture, including the papers given at the Second International Aphrodisias Colloquium held at King's College, London, on 14 November, / edited by Charlotte Roueché and Kenan T. Erim Twelve papers on the temple and sculpture of the Roman and Byzantine town in Asia Minor.

Contributors include: Joyce Reynolds (Inscriptions of the temple of Aphrodite); Syhan Doruk (The architecture of the temenos); R. Smith (Myth and allegory in the Sebasteion); Kenan Erim (Portrait sculpture of Aphrodisias).

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Includes papers from The International Aphrodisias Colloquia. Description: volumes: illustrations, maps, plans ; 29 cm. Contents: [1] Recent work on architecture and sculpture / edited by Charlotte Roueché and Kenan T.

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