The series is dedicated to the publication of archaeological research at the ancient site of Aphrodisias. Aphrodisias was a prosperous city of the Roman period, well known for its cult of Aphrodite and its marble-carvers, and it has remarkably preserved remains from the second century BC to the sixth century AD. The archaeology of the city is especially well-suited to the study of public art and monuments in their ancient contexts and to the investigation of the elaborate architectural mise-en-scène of urban political life in the Eastern Roman empire.
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Chaisemartin, Nathalie; Theodorescu, Dinu
Mitarbeit: Lemaire, A.; Goubin, Y.

Le théâtre d’Aphrodisias: Les structures scéniques

23,0 x 31,0 cm, 368 S., Leinen mit Schutzumschlag
79,00 €

The book is dedicated to the Theatre building at Aphrodisias and in particular its stage building. Dated by its two inscriptions between 30 and 27 BC, the theatre’s original stage...

Reihe: Aphrodisias Band: 8
Stinson, Philip

The Civil Basilica

23,0 x 31,0 cm, 284 S., Leinen mit Schutzumschlag
79,00 €

The volume is about the architecture and archaeology of the Civil Basilica of Aphrodisias, a huge public building built in the late first century AD. The book presents a detailed...

Reihe: Aphrodisias Band: 7