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Dynastic Commemoration and Imperial Portraiture in the Julio-Claudian Period
Part I: 1. The origins and significance of dynastic group monuments 2. Augustus and the establishment of the dynasty 3. Julians and Claudians during the reign of Tiberius 4. Rehabilitation and
Separating Fact from Fiction in the Aiolian Migration
Abstract:Iron Age settlements in the northeast Aegean are usually attributed to Aiolian colonists who journeyed across the Aegean from mainland Greece. This article reviews the literary accounts of
"Princes" and Barbarians on the Ara Pacis
  • C. B. Rose
  • History
    American Journal of Archaeology
  • 1 July 1990
The two children in foreign dress on the Ara Pacis Augustae are usually identified as Gaius and Lucius Caesar, the sons of Agrippa who were adopted by Augustus in 17 B. C. They are here reidentified
The Parthians in Augustan Rome
  • C. B. Rose
  • History
    American Journal of Archaeology
  • 1 January 2005
This article considers the conception and commemoration of foreigners, especially Parthians, as diagrammed in the triumphal imagery of Augustan Rome. The interaction of Trojan and Parthian
The Archaeology of Greek and Roman Troy
1. Troy in the Bronze Age 2. Troy during the Archaic Period 3. The tombs of the Granicus River Valley: the Polyxena sarcophagus 4. The tombs of the Granicus River Valley II: the child's sarcophagus
The Tourism Boom
Late Bronze Age Troy: A Response to Frank Kolb
The clash of interpretations regarding the scope and significance of late Bronze Age Troy is hardly new: both Herodotus and Strabo, among others, questioned the validity of the Homeric accounts of
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