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Architectural terracottas from the Regia

by Susan B. Downey

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Roman Forum (Rome, Italy),
  • Rome (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Rome.
    • Subjects:
    • Regia (Rome, Italy),
    • Terra-cotta sculpture, Roman -- Italy -- Rome.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Italy -- Rome.,
    • Roman Forum (Rome, Italy),
    • Rome (Italy) -- Antiquities, Roman.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-105) and index.

      StatementSusan B. Downey.
      SeriesPapers and monographs of the American Academy in Rome ;, v. 30
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG66.5 .D69 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 109 p. :
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL789420M
      ISBN 10047210571X
      LC Control Number95021841

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Architectural Terracottas from the Regia: Volume XXX (Papers And Monographs Of The American Academy In Rome) Hardcover – Decem Find all the books Cited by: 1. Architectural terracottas from the Regia.

[Susan B Downey] -- The Regia was the house of the Pontifex Maximus, Rome's High Priest, who lived in the Forum. The men who held this office played an important role in the life of the Roman state for centuries: the.

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Greek Architectural Terracottas: from the Prehistoric to the End of the Archaic Period (Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology)Cited by: Susan Downey has studied and catalogued the terracotta fragments surviving from the Regia, a building of great civic and religious importance that was located in the Roman Forum.

Many of the fragments date from roughly the sixth to third centuries B.C., a period frustratingly ill-documented in the literary sources yet of considerable interest and importance in Roman history.

In Ancient Italy, temples were adorned with full-figure architectural terra-cotta images such as acroteria, statuary groups and high reliefs. These terra-cottas mostly show complex scenes of gods and heroes, legendary battles and mythical animals, as well as large volutes and : Hardcover.

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– B. E., and the story of Demaratus, a wealthy Corinthian trader who settled at Tarquinia around Author: Nancy A. Winter. The Regia was a two-part structure in Ancient Rome lying along the Sacra Via at the edge of the Roman Forum that originally served as the residence or one of the main headquarters of kings of Rome and later as the office of the Pontifex Maximus, the highest religious official of Rome.

It occupied a triangular patch of terrain between the Temple of Vesta, the Temple of Divus Julius and Temple of Antoninus Location: Regio VIII Forum Romanum.

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Åström, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: May 4. : Proceedings of the International Conference on Greek Architectural Terracottas of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods, December(Hesperia Supplement) (): Winter, Nancy A.: Books. Desirè Di Giuliomaria discusses architectural terracottas in a chapter with a helpfully large number of illustrations.

Discussion of the Archaic material is mostly limited to small refinements of Downey’s work; more important is the presentation of material of the third and second centuries, providing the first evidence of changes to the building’s decorative scheme during the middle : Seth Bernard.

Architectural terracotta refers to a fired mixture of clay and water that can be used in a non-structural, semi-structural, or structural capacity on the exterior or interior of a building. Get this from a library. Greek architectural terracottas: from the prehistoric to the end of the archaic period.

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This new database has been added to the Classical Art Research Centre's resources thanks to the generosity of Dr Nancy A. Winter. The conference dates, 21–25 Octobercoincided with the presentation of the now-definitive book on the architectural terracottas of archaic Italy, Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, – B.C.

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