Table of contents for Roman imperialism and provincial art / edited by Sarah Scott, Jane Webster.


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Introduction: 1. Provincial art and Roman imperialism: an overview Sarah Scott
Part I. Conceptualizing Provincial Art: 2. Art, Romanization and competence Catherine Johns
3. Art as resistance and negotiation Jane Webster
Part II. Metropolitan Art and the Depiction of Rome's 'Others': 4. 'The hanged men dance': Barbarians in Trajanic art Iain Ferris
5. Female representation in Roman art: feminizing the provincial 'Other' Rene
Rodgers
Part III. Art in the Roman West: 6. Poles apart?: Perceptions of gender in Gaulish and British cult-imagery Miranda Aldhouse Green
7. 'The Captains and the Kings depart' Martin Henig
8. Seeing Apollo in Roman Gaul and Germany Greg Woolf
Part IV. Art in Roman North Africa: 9. Family values? Art and power at Ghirza, Tripolitania David Matingly
Part V. Art in the Roman East: 10. The houses of Antioch: a study of the domestic sphere in the imperial Near East Shelley Hales
11. Art and identity in Asia Minor Zahra Newby
Epilogue: 12. Art and aesthetics: a personal view Martin Henig.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Art, Roman, Art, Regional Rome