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Title: Ritratti tardoantichi ad Aquileia
Authors: Casari, Paolo
Keywords: AquileiaSculturaRitrattoTardoanticoSculpturePortraitLate antiquity
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Associazione Nazionale per Aquileia
Source: Paolo Casari, ''Ritratti tardoantichi ad Aquileia'', in: ''Aquileia Nostra'', 83/84 (2012/13), pp. 289-298
Abstract: The period between Tetrarchy and the first decades of the 51h century was the final phase in a long history of sculptural portraiture production in the round and in relief from Aquileia. The aim of this paper is to provide a synthesis of the subject, from which it will be shown that, also in this Northem Adriatic town, one can note the same divergence between imperial and private portraiture that is documented for this period in other areas of the Empire, as well as the gradual disappearance of individual representation.
Il periodo compreso tra l'età tetrarchica e i primi decenni del V secolo d.C. costituisce l'ultima fase della lunga storia della produzione scultorea ritrattistica aquileiese a tutto tondo e a rilievo. Il contributo presenta un tentativo di sintesi, da cui emerge come anche nella città altoadriatica sia possibile cogliere la stessa divergenza che si viene a creare in questo periodo fra ritratto imperiale e ritratto privato documentata in altre aree dell'Impero, nonché la progressiva sparizione della raffigurazione individuale.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/19576
Appears in Collections:Aquileia Nostra 83/84 (2012/2013)

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