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9783954904495

Editors: Lipps, Johannes; Griesbach, Jochen; Dorka Moreno, Martin

Appropriation Processes of Statue Schemata in the Roman Provinces | Aneignungsprozesse antiker Statuenschemata in den römischen Provinzen

2021
21.0 x 29.7 cm, 368 p., 122 illustrations color, 228 illustrations b/w, hardback
119,00 €

ISBN: 9783954904495
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Der Großteil antiker Statuen lässt sich anhand formaler Überschneidungen typologisieren, d. h. in ›Schemata‹ ordnen. Einzelne Statuenschemata wurden über Jahrhunderte hinweg in immer neuen Versionen tradiert und in unterschiedliche materielle, räumliche und funktionale Kontexte integriert. Diese Rezeptions- und Transformationsprozesse können als kulturelle Aneignungen verstanden werden, die ästhetisch, politisch und/oder religiös motiviert waren. In aller Regel setzten sie Bildung voraus und besaßen damit auch eine soziale Komponente. Oft führten aber auch rein praktische Gründe wie die Verfügbarkeit einer bestimmten Formvorlage zur Wiedergabe anthropomorpher Figuren nach einem Schema. Dabei konnten die Bildwerke die einstigen Sinnzusammenhänge ihrer Vorlagen bewahren, nur teilweise übernehmen oder aber ignorieren und mit völlig neuen Bedeutungen ‘überschreiben‘. Der Band, der auf eine internationale Tagung in Tübingen zurückgeht, versammelt Beiträge, welche die erwähnten Rezeptionsprozesse exemplarisch in einzelnen Zentren und Regionen des römischen Reiches diskutieren.

Biographical Note

Johannes Lipps holds a chair of Classical Archaeology and is fellow at the Gutenberg Research College at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität at Mainz. He studied Classical archaeology and ancient history in Marburg, Rome, Bonn and Cologne. He completed his PhD in 2008 at Cologne, which was followed by an assistant professorship at LMU Munich from 2009–2014 and a junior professorship at Tübingen from 2014–2019. His research interests concern architecture, urbanism and sculpture especially in ancient Rome and the provinces. Most recently, he published the monograph Die Stuckdecke des Oecus Tetrastylos im sog. Augustushaus im Kontext antiker Deckenverzierungen (Rahden/Westf. 2018).

Jochen Griesbach is director of the Collection of Ancient Art in the Martin von Wagner Museum of Würzburg University since 2014. He studied Classical Archaeology, Latin and Studies of Drama, Film and TV at the universities of Cologne, Bonn, Heidelberg and Berlin (FU). His PhD thesis completed at the University of Cologne (2006) analysed the relationship between Roman villas and tombs in the surroundings of Rome. In 2011, during his assistant professorship, followed a habilitation treatise about the topography of honorific statues in Hellenistic Greece and Asia Minor at the University of Munich (LMU). His fields of research range from ancient cities and burial customs to visual culture with a particular interest in portraits. Since 2016 he is chief organizer of a research project dedicated to the marble and limestone sculptures originating from Apollonia (Albany).

Martin Dorka Moreno is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Classical Archaeology at Tübingen University. He studied Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, and Italian Philology at the Universities of Mainz, Heidelberg, and Berkeley (USA). His PhD was awarded by the University of Freiburg in 2016. In his thesis he analyzed the Imitatio Alexandri in images of Gods and Heroes in Graeco-Roman antiquity. From 2012 to 2016 he was an academic member of the Collaborative Research Center 948 Heroes – Heroizations – Heroisms at the University of Freiburg. His current focus lies on the ›Zeitgesicht‹ (“period face”) in Roman private portraits from the City of Rome and the sculpture production of the Roman North-West Provinces. His research interests include ancient sculpture, Roman portraits and ancient visual culture.

Keywords

Altertumswissenschaften (67) || Ancient Rome (56) || Ancient World (129) || Archaeology (441) || Archaeology by period / region (360) || Fine arts: art forms (170) || Historical states, empires & regions (213) || Non-graphic art forms (46) || Provinzialrömische Archäologie (12) || Sculpture (33) || Statuen (2) || Statuenschemata || römisch (19) || römische Provinzen