In-depth case studies of individual statuary types form the core of this analysis of sculptural copying in antiquity. By examining the popular genre of the copy, the book illuminates broad questions of Roman sculptural production and the methodological limitations of traditional approaches to the subject.A larger strut to support the raised right arm once emerged from the right shoulder; the club-like prop appearing in some ... 18; K. Kourouniotis, Eleusis, A Guide to the Excavations and Museum (Athens 1936) 89-90 fig. ... 16; P. Moreno, aquot;Una a#39;cretulaa#39; di Cirene e il Posidone del Laterano, aquot; QuadALibia 8 (1976) 82 fig.
|Title||:||Ancient Sculptural Copies in Miniature|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 1992-01-01|