A field of research not yet investigated in all its potential, within the very rich literature aboutthe Trajan’s Column, is an in-depth study of the iconographic schemes of Greek derivationpoured into the visual narration of the Dacian wars. These forms had been a common heritageof the Roman artists for a long time, with a complex story of recoveries and adaptations. Theanalysis of a case of peculiar interest constitutes a further confirmation of how the inventors ofthe official iconographic programs, within the Roman artistic practice, used a formal code inwhich visual motifs of the past had already been assimilated and renewed.
|Numero di pagine||15|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|