Rhetoric and Innovation in Hellenistic Art

@inproceedings{Seaman2020RhetoricAI,
  title={Rhetoric and Innovation in Hellenistic Art},
  author={Kristen Seaman},
  year={2020}
}
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In the Guise of the Popular: the Deceptive Image of the Asàrotos Òikos Mosaics
The Roman asàrotos òikos (“Unswept Floor/Room”) mosaics, which were discovered in Italy and in Tunisia, and date from the end of the first to the sixth century AD, showcase a seemingly popular theme:
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Acharya (V.), Johnson (R.J.) (edd.) Nietzsche and Epicurus. Nature, Health and Ethics. Pp. xii + 247. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. Cased, £85, US$115. ISBN: 978-1-350-08630-2.

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