cerkalo
» » Subject & Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series #17) (English, French and German Edition)

Subject & Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series #17) (English, French and German Edition) download ebook

by Alastair Small

Subject & Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series #17) (English, French and German Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
1887829172
ISBN13:
978-1887829175
Author:
Alastair Small
Publisher:
Journal of Roman Archaeology (April 1, 1996)
Pages:
264 pages
ePUB:
1174 kb
Fb2:
1129 kb
Other formats:
rtf azw doc txt
Category:
Humanities
Subcategory:
Rating:
4.4

Subject & Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series

Subject & Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series Alastair Small (e. Download (pdf, 1. 5 Mb) Donate Read.

Publisher: Journal of Roman Archaeology (April 1, 1996).

ISBN-13: 978-1887829175. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Publisher: Journal of Roman Archaeology (April 1, 1996).

Subject and Ruler book. Read by Alastair M. Small. Subject & Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series). 1887829172 (ISBN13: 9781887829175).

Joyce Reynolds deals eloquently with the ruler cult at Aphrodisias in the late Republic and Julio-Claudian period .

Joyce Reynolds deals eloquently with the ruler cult at Aphrodisias in the late Republic and Julio-Claudian period (41-50). While the Aphrodisian imperial cult took much from the koinon of Asia and/or from sister cities in the area, there was a marked element in it which came from Rome, either directly or via a third party; this is most obvious in the architecture of the Sebasteion (49). It is quite amazing to learn that 17 known or possible altars of the imperial cult have been identified at Athens, almost all of which were found in the Classical Agora or near the Roman Market (194). A Sebasteion, on the other hand, has not been identified.

Subject and ruler: the cult of the ruling power in Classical Antiquity. Barbarians and Roman in north-west Europe from the later Republic to late Antiquity. British Archaeological Reports International Series 471. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series 17. 254–261. Allason-Jones, L. 1997. 235–241. Chronologies of remembrance: the interpretation of some Roman inscriptions’, World Archaeology, 2., 236–247. Fragments from Antiquity: an archaeology of social life in Britain, 2900–1200bc. Ann Arbor (MI): Journal of Roman Archaeology. Weddle C. (2014) Imperial Cult, Roman. In: Smith C. (eds) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York, NY. The imperial cult under the Flavians.

1996) Subject and ruler (JRA supplementary series, no. 17); Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Duncan Fishwick, Alastair Small, University of Alberta. Journal of Roman archaeology. Supplementary series. Contains many articles of interest, but see especially those by Reynolds (Aphrodisias), Curchin (central Spain), Dobbins, Hoff (Athens), Fishwick (Tarraco) Alföldy and Small) Duncan Fishwick, Alastair Small, University of Alberta.

Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Results from Google Books.