Sculptors and sculpture of Caria and the Dodecanese

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Places:

  • Caria,
  • Dōdekanēsos (Greece),
  • Turkey,
  • Greece,
  • Caria.,
  • Dōdekanēsos.

Subjects:

  • Sculpture, Ancient -- Turkey -- Caria.,
  • Sculpture, Ancient -- Greece -- Dōdekanēsos.,
  • Sculptors, Ancient -- Turkey -- Caria.,
  • Sculptors, Ancient -- Greece -- Dōdekanēsos.,
  • Caria -- Antiquities.,
  • Dōdekanēsos (Greece) -- Antiquities.,
  • Turkey -- Antiquities.,
  • Greece -- Antiquities.

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Book details

Statementedited by Ian Jenkins and Geoffrey B. Waywell ; with assistance from Madeleine Gisler-Huwiler and Peter Higgs.
ContributionsJenkins, Ian., Waywell, Geoffrey B., British Museum. Trustees.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNB869.C37 S38 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination272 p. :
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL428680M
ISBN 100714122122
LC Control Number98135448
OCLC/WorldCa38567122

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Antonio Corso, ‘The Cnidian Aphrodite’ in: Ian Jenkins and Geoffrey B. Waywell, eds., Sculptors and Sculpture of Caria and the Dodecanese (London: Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by the British Museum Press, ): 91–98, identifies sixty-seven Roman copies of the Cnidia type (93).

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book xiv. the natural history of the fruit trees. book. She applies this methodology to the tangent 4-pointed star motif, frequent in southwestern Caria and in the Dodecanese, and reaches the conclusion that the motif was shared by two or three workshops.

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I. Jenkins – C. Gratziu – A. Middleton, The polychromy of the Mausoleum, in I. Jenkins – G. B. Waywell (eds.), Sculpture and Sculptors of Caria and the Dodecanese .Between the Kykládes and the Turkish coast, Dodekánisa (the Dodecanese group), of which Ródos (Rhodes) is the largest of a dozen major islands, has a varied geologic structure ranging from the gray limestones of Kálymnos (Kálimnos), Sými (Sími), and Chálki to the complete ancient volcanic cone that forms Nísuros (Nísiros).

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