Table of contents for The freedman in Roman art and history / Lauren Hackworth Petersen.

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Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction: The Roman Freedman, "Freedman Art," and Trimalchio
Part I. Public Life and Assimilation
1. Rebuilding Pompeii: The Popidius Family and the Temple of Isis
2. The Visibility of the Augustales in Pompeii
3. Memory-Making in the Funerary Realm: The Tomb of the Baker in Rome
Part II. Social Integration: Domus and Family
4. "Freedman Taste" in Domus Decoration
5. To Claim a Domus: The House of the Caecilii at Pompeii
6. Family and Community at the Isola Sacra Necropolis: The Tomb of the
Varii
Epilogue
Appendix
List of Abbreviations
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art, Roman -- Italy.
Freedmen in art.
Social status in art.