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Funerary sculpture in Istria: animal and mythological figures


Starac, Alka
Funerary sculpture in Istria: animal and mythological figures // Sepulkralna skulptura zapadnog Ilirika i susjednih oblasti u doba Rimskog carstva / Funerary Sculpture of The Western Illyricum and Neighbouring Regions of The Roman Empire / Cambi, Nenad ; Koch, Guntram (ur.).
Split: Književni krug Split, 2013. str. 193-222 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Funerary sculpture in Istria: animal and mythological figures

Autori
Starac, Alka

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
Sepulkralna skulptura zapadnog Ilirika i susjednih oblasti u doba Rimskog carstva / Funerary Sculpture of The Western Illyricum and Neighbouring Regions of The Roman Empire / Cambi, Nenad ; Koch, Guntram - Split : Književni krug Split, 2013, 193-222

ISBN
978-953-163-381-9

Skup
Sepulkralna skulptura zapadnog Ilirika i susjednih oblasti u doba Rimskog carstva / Funerary Sculpture of The Western Illyricum and Neighbouring Regions of The Roman Empire

Mjesto i datum
Split, Hrvatska, 27-30.09. 2009

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
funerary monuments ; Istria ; sculpture ; animal figure ; mythological figure

Sažetak
Paper deals with freestanding sculpture collected in the Archaeological museum of Istria as decoration of tombstones. During the research, author has confronted with problem how to distinguish funerary sculpture from sculpture intended for other purposes. Freestanding sculptures and sculptures in deep relief that could be related to funerary monuments with more or less probablity, were divided in several thematic groups: human figures, mythological figures and animals. Some of the most interesting sculptures represent mythological creatures: telamons, sphynxes, gryphons, Tritons, mourning young man in Oriental clothes. There arose the question if their role was always that of grave guardians ; as for the telamons, function in public architecture seems more convincing. The prominent place at list occupies group of lions, making the most numerous group of freestanding funerary sculpture in Istria.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Starac, Alka
Funerary sculpture in Istria: animal and mythological figures // Sepulkralna skulptura zapadnog Ilirika i susjednih oblasti u doba Rimskog carstva / Funerary Sculpture of The Western Illyricum and Neighbouring Regions of The Roman Empire / Cambi, Nenad ; Koch, Guntram (ur.).
Split: Književni krug Split, 2013. str. 193-222 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)
Starac, A. (2013) Funerary sculpture in Istria: animal and mythological figures. U: Cambi, N. & Koch, G. (ur.)Sepulkralna skulptura zapadnog Ilirika i susjednih oblasti u doba Rimskog carstva / Funerary Sculpture of The Western Illyricum and Neighbouring Regions of The Roman Empire.
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