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How Were Imperial Portraits Distributed throughout the Roman Empire?
  • M. Stuart
  • History
    American Journal of Archaeology
  • 1 October 1939
THE only discussion to date of this problem is that of E. H. Swift.' He explains the "remarkable uniformity in the rendering of certain minute iconographic details"2 by supposing "that, for the
The Denarius of M'. Aemilius Lepidus and the Aqua Marcia
  • M. Stuart
  • History
    American Journal of Archaeology
  • 1 July 1945
A WIDE divergence of opinion prevails concerning the identity of the structure represented by three arches surmounted by an equestrian statue that appears on the reverse of a denarius (pl.viii and
Letter from Meriwether Stuart to Alice E. Kober, November 3, 1945
Stuart thanks for Kober for her paper on Minoan inflection and confirms that it will be forwarded to the Program Committee.
A Faïence Head of Augustus
  • M. Stuart
  • History
    American Journal of Archaeology
  • 1 April 1944
AMONG the objects of small size of the Ptolemaic and Roman periods in the collection of Egyptian antiquities of the Metropolitan Museum of Art a small blue-green faience head is of particular
P. Oxyrhynchus 668.188-90
  • M. Stuart
  • History
    Classical Philology
  • 1 January 1944
Tacitus and the Portraits of Germanicus and Drusus
  • M. Stuart
  • History
    Classical Philology
  • 1 January 1940
TACITUS AND THE PORTRAITS OF GERMANICUS AND DRUSUS The passage in which Tacitus describes the posthumous honors paid to Germanicus is well known.' The sentence "statuarum locorumve in quis coleretur
The Date of the Inscription of Claudius on the Arch of Ticinum
  • M. Stuart
  • History
    American Journal of Archaeology
  • 1 July 1936
A.D.2 was probably a later addition made by Claudius himself during his trip north to join the emperor Caligula in Gaul. Until the appearance of his article the inscription went unquestioned as the
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