Table of contents for Art and inscriptions in the ancient world / edited by Zahra Newby and Ruth Leader-Newby.


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Introduction Zahra Newby; Part I. Inscribing Images, Illustrating Texts: Juxtapositions of Text and Image: 1. The problems with honouring Samos: an Athenian document relief and its interpretation Alastair Blanshard; 2. Idem ego sum discumbens, ut me videtis: inscription and image on Roman ash chests Glenys Davies; 3. A painted garland: weaving words and images in the House of the Epigrams at Pompeii Bettina Bergmann; 4. The motto in the grotto: inscribing illustration and illustrating inscription at Sperlonga Michael Squire; Part II. Images and their Labels: 5. Writing on archaic Greek pottery Robin Osborne and Alexandra Pappas; 6. Reading the allegory of the Archesilaos relief Zahra Newby; 7. Inscribed mosaics in the Late Roman Empire: perspectives from East and West Ruth Leader-Newby; Part III. Inscriptions and their Statues: 8. Hellenistic honorific statues and their inscriptions John Ma; 9. Reusing statues, rewriting inscriptions and bestowing honours in Roman Athens Julia L. Shear; 10. 'Honour takes wing': unstable images and anxious orators in the Greek tradition Verity Platt.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Writing and art.
Art, Classical.
Inscriptions, Greek.
Inscriptions -- Rome.