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Includes bibliographical references (p. -489) and index.
|Statement||by M.J. Versluys.|
|Series||Religions in the Graeco-Roman world,, v. 144|
|LC Classifications||DG78 .V47 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 509 p. :|
|Number of Pages||509|
|LC Control Number||2002074404|
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The concluding part of the book illustrates and tries to explain this Roman discourse on Egypt. Aegyptiaca Romana, among them the Nilotic scenes, are part of the reflection of the Roman attitude towards and thoughts on Egypt, Egyptian culture and the East.
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has provided not only a convenient repository of Nilotic scenes but also a new perspective on Egypt in : Prudence Jones. About this book. Egypt beyond Representation develops and applies a new approach to study Aegyptiaca Romana from a bottom-up, Roman perspective.
Current approaches to these objects are often still plagued by top-down projections of modern definitions and understandings of Egypt and Egyptian material culture onto the Roman world. Eight works or parts of works were ascribed to him, all on history and religion and all apparently in Greek: Aegyptiaca, on the history of Egypt; The Sacred Book on Egyptian religion; An Epitome of Physical Doctrines; On Festivals; On Ancient Ritual and Religion; On the Making of Kyphi (an incense); The Criticisms of Herodotus; and the spurious Book /5(11).
In two parts (I. "Interpretations of the meaning of Aegyptiaca Romana" and II. "Understanding the cults of Isis in their local context")preceded by a general introduction it offers a broad perspective on the various aspects of cultural interaction between Egypt and Rome, also by bringing together different research traditions in this field.
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Object parameters: selection and definitions 77 3. Corpus of Aegyptiaca Romana 81 IV Aegyptiaca beyond representation 1. Analysis Distribution of stone types and material. Audrey Little Télécharger vos Ebook Gratuit français Gratuitement en format Epub, PDF, Kindle et utiliser votre lisseuse préférée pour les lire.
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Roman Aegyptiaca. Other Egyptian and egyptianising monuments and artefacts in the Roman world. An example further investigated: Rome. Aegyptiaca Romana: the meanings of a cultural phenomenon --V. The Roman discourse on Egypt reconstructed. Imagining the Other: a theoretical framework.
Rome and the Other: general aspects. >> GET THIS BOOK. BOOK SUMMARY: The Nile Mosaic of Palestrina, dating to c. B.C., presents a unique and enigmatic picture of study demonstrates that the mosaic depicts rituals connected with the yearly inundation of Egypt, and will explain how it was that such scenes could be found in Central Italy at this early date.
This book explores the beginnings and development of geographical ideas in Classical antiquity and demonstrates technical methods for describing landscape, topographies and ethnographies. The survey relies on a variety of sources: philosophical and scientific texts but also poems and travelogues; papyrological remains and visual : Daniela Dueck, Kai Brodersen.
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Brill Academic Publishers. Miguel John Versluys. Egypt beyond Representation develops and applies a new approach to study Aegyptiaca Romana from a bottom-up, Roman perspective.
Current approaches to these objects are often still plagued by top-down projections of modern definitions and understandings of Egypt and Egyptian material culture onto the Roman : M???????????????????????????skens, Sander. This book examines the appetite for Egyptian and Egyptian-looking artwork in Italy during the century following Rome's annexation of Aegyptus as a province.
In the early imperial period, Roman interest in Egyptian culture was widespread, as evidenced by works ranging from the monumental obelisks, brought to the capital over the Mediterranean. Books before print – manuscripts – were modified continuously throughout the medieval period. Egypt beyond Representation develops and applies a new approach to study Aegyptiaca Romana.
Studia Aegyptiaca I. Osiris as the maker of corn in a text of the Ptolemaic period. Some remarks on a clay sealing found in the tomb of Hemaka. Die Lehre von den beiden Ländern Ägyptens in der ägyptischen Religionsgeschichte.
L'ordre de succession des derniers rois de la Xie dynastie. The building inscription of the Berlin leather roll. PhD Leiden University, Aegyptiaca Romana. Nilotic scenes and the Roman views of Egypt (cum laude). Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, Postdoctoral research fellow & project manager of the International Nemrud Da ğ Project.
Hollywood 's depection of ancient Egypt is a major contributor to the fantasy Egypt of modern culture. The cinematic spectacle of Egypt climaxed in sequences of Cecil B. deMille 's The Ten Commandments () and in Jeanne Crain 's Nefertiti in the Italian Cinecittà production of Queen of the Nile.
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"Campana" Relief with Roman Nilotic Landscape [ edit ] Starting in the late Republican period and increasing after the conquest of Egypt, many Romans decorated their houses with “Nilotic scenes”: frescoes, mosaics, or, as in this case, terracotta reliefs depicting the Nile in flood.
Miguel John Versluys. 01 Dec Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Power, Politics and the Cults of Isis. Laurent Bricault. 25 Jul. Essay. Rome’s rule over Egypt officially began with the arrival of Octavian (later called Augustus) in 30 B.C., following his defeat of Marc Antony and Cleopatra in the battle at Actium.
Augustus, who presented himself to the people of Egypt as the successor to the pharaohs, dismantled the Ptolemaic monarchy and annexed the country as his personal estate.
Orientalism, as a paradigm expounded by Edward W. Said, has been influential in literary studies. Here it is critically evaluated with reference to Augustan poetry, in relation to three different ethnic groups: Indians, Egyptians and Parthians. The shield of Aeneas is the point of departure.
Some of the shortcomings of Saidian Orientalism can be circumvented by the adoption of concepts Author: Grant Parker. The Temple of Isis and Serapis was a double temple in Rome dedicated to the Egyptian deities Isis and Serapis on the Campus Martius, directly to the east of the Saepta Julia.
The temple to Isis, the Iseum Campense, stood across a plaza from the Serapeum dedicated to Serapis. important role of Lafaye’s book in the scholarship on Aegyptiaca Romana.
Apart from a loose remark in a footnote of an otherwise unrelated article on the history of Egyptology (Whitehouse66 n. 12), I have not found any other reference that explicitly mentions a relationship between Winckelmann and. Swetnam-Burland, M., Rev.
of Versluys, Aegyptiaca Romana: Nilotic Scenes and the Roman Views of Egypt: –83 Taylor, R., Hadrian’s Serapeum in Rome: –66 Thomas, P.M., Rev. of Galaty, Nestor’s Wine Cups: Investigating Ceramic Manufacture and Exchange in a Late Bronze Age “ Mycenaean ” State: – Transforming our Perception of the Function of Demonic Entities in the Ancient Egyptian Book of Two Ways" Rosetta (): 1 – Link to PDF file Bentkowski, Wlodzimiera, The Activities of the Polish-Egyptian Preservation Mission at Marina el-Alamein inPAM II ().
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Aegyptiaca Romana', and II. 'Understanding the Cults of Isis in their Local Context'. The first part begins with a theoretical-definitional discussion by Malaise which attempts to provide clarity on the use of terms such as Aegyptiaca and Isiaca.
He suggests a series of sub-terms with narrower. beyond representation Download beyond representation or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get beyond representation book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.See also the Leiden research project Egypt in the Roman World directed by Miguel John Versluys and the related publications (M.J.
Versluys, Aegyptiaca Romana: Nilotic Scenes and the Roman Views of Egypt, Leiden ; L. Bricault, M.J. Versluys, P.G.P. Meyboom (eds.), Nile into Tiber: Egypt in the Roman World, Leiden ). 3. Cf. p.In book: Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures (pp) Aegyptiaca Romana.