Etruscan Italy: Etruscan influences on the civilizations of Italy from Antiquity to the modern eraHardback M. Seth and Maurine D. Horne Center for the Study of Art Scholarly Series
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- Publisher: Indiana University Press
- Format: Hardback | 436 pages
- Dimensions: 160mm x 229mm x 36mm | 1,021g
- Publication date: 1 August 1997
- Publication City/Country: Bloomington, IN
- ISBN 10: 0842523340
- ISBN 13: 9780842523349
- Illustrations note: 170 colour & b&w photos
So great was the might of Etruria that it filled with the fame of its name not only the land but also the sea, throughout the whole length of Italy from the Alps to the Straits of Sicily. Livy Fourteen scholars provide an up-to-date overview of Etruscan history, culture, and politics.Distributed for Brigham Young University Steven Bule, Associate Professor of Art History, Brigham Young University; Ph.D., Ohio State University Alexandra Carpino, Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Michigan Dearborn; Ph.D., University of Iowa Nancy Thomson de Grummond, Professor and Department Chair of Classics, Florida State University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina Helen Fracchia, Professor of Classics, University of Alberta; Ph.D., University of CaliforniaNBerkeley John F. Hall, Associate Professor of Classics and Ancient History and Department Chair of Humanities, Classics, and Comparative Literature, Brigham Young University; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania Mark J. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Art History, Brigham Young University; Ph.D., Princeton Roger T. Macfarlane, Assistant Professor of Classics, Brigham Young University; and, Ph.D., University of Michigan Ann Arbor Robert L. Maxwell, Rare books Librarian, Brigham Young University.Distributed for Brigham Young University Mary E. Moser, Associate Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania Helen Nagy, Associate Professor of Art, University of Puget Sound; Ph.D., University of CaliforniaNBerkeley Robert E. A. Palmer, Professor of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University Lisa Pieraccini, Instructor of Classical Archaeology, St. MaryOs College of California; Ph.D. candidate, University of CaliforniaNSanta Barbara Harrison Powley, Professor of Music, Brigham Young University, Ph.D., University of Rochester Dorothy Dvorsky Rohner, Adjunct Lecturer in Classics, Metropolitan State College of Denver and Community College of Denver, Ph.D., University of Colorado.
Table of contents
INTRODUCTION Etruscan Italy: A Rediscoverable History, John F. Hall PRE-ROMAN ITALY Locket Gold, Lizard Green, Robert E. A. Palmer The Origins of the Etruscans: New Evidence for an Old Question, Mary E. Moser The Judgment of Paris? An Etruscan Mirror in Seattle, Helen Nagy Greek Mythology in Etruria: An Iconographical Analysis of Three Etruscan Relief Mirrors, Alexandra Carpino A Storage Vase for Life: The Caeretane Dolio and Its Decorative Elements, Lisa Pieraccini Etruscan Domestic Architecture: An Ethnoarchaeological Model, Dorothy Dvorsky Rohner ROMAN ITALY From Tarquins to Caesars: Etruscan Governance at Rome, John F. Hall Etruscan and Roman Cortona: New Evidence from the Southeastern Val di Chiana, Helena Fracchia The Mausoleum of Augustus: Etruscan and Other Influences on Its Design, Mark J. Johnson Tyrrhena Regum Progenies: Etruscan Literary Figures from Horace to Ovid, Roger T. Macfarlane Quia Ister Tusco Verbo Ludio Vocabatur: The Etruscan Contribution to the Development of Roman Theater, Robert L. Maxwell The Musical Legacy of the Etruscans, Harrison Powley POST-ROMAN ITALY Etruscan Echoes in Italian Renaissance Art, Steven Bule Etruscan Italy Today, Nancy Thomson de Grummond Appendices Chronology of Etruscan Italy List of Technical Terms Bibliography Contributors Indices