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Figure 1.

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, A Picture Gallery (Opus CXXVI). Photo reproduced by kind permission of the Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Burnley Borough Council.

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Figure 2.

Wall painting from the House of Venus in the Seashell (Casa della Venere in Conchiglia), Pompeii II.3.3. Photo: Author.

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Figure 3.

The Tripod Tablet. Athens, National Archaeological Museum. Photo: Author.

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Figure 4.

Athena Parthenos, from the Sanctuary of Athena Nikephoros, Pergamon. Hellenistic copy after Pheidias's Athena. c. 190 B.C. Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin. Photo courtesy of the museum.

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Figure 5.

Head of Demeter from the Temple of Despoina, Lykosoura, early second century B.C. National Museum, Athens, 1734. Photo courtesy of the museum.

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Figure 6.

Head of Artemis from the Temple of Despoina, Lykosoura, early second century B.C. National Museum, Athens, 1735. Photo courtesy of the museum.

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Figure 7.

Head of Anytus from the Temple of Despoina, Lykosoura, early second century B.C. National Museum, Athens, 1736. Photo courtesy of the museum.

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Figure 8.

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of Edward Perry Warren 13.115. Plastic alabastron about 570 B.C., terracotta. Height: 7cm (2¾ in.).

Photo © 2010 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


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Figure 9.

BM 1980.11-29.1. Athenian black-figure amphora signed by Andokides as potter. Photo courtesy of Beazley Archive / The British Museum.

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Figure 10.

Athens 15499. Fragment signed by Sophilos as painter, showing and labeling the games of Patroklos. Photo courtesy of Hirmer Verlag Munich, neg. no. 624.4014.

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Figure 11.

Athenian red-figure kylix signed by Kalliades as potter and Douris as painter.

Paris Louvre G115: © Photo RMN—Hervé Lewandowski.

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Figure 12.

Fitzwilliam Museum GR.41.1864. Athenian black-figure Little Master cup, signed by Hermogenes as potter. Photo courtesy of the Syndics of the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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Figures 13a and b.

IG i3 683 (i2 487; Raubitschek DAA 3): courtesy of the Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents, Oxford, Anne Jeffery Archive.

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Figure 14.

IG i3 883 (i2 527; Raubitschek DAA 132). Photo courtesy of the Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents, Oxford, Anne Jeffery Archive.

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Figure 15.

Tyrannicides, Roman marbles thought to copy Kritios' and Nesiotes' replacements of the bronzes by Antenor. Height 185 cm. Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale G 103, 104. Photo: Author.

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Figure 16.

Apollo Philesios, Roman marble relief from the theater at Miletos after a bronze by Kanachos. Height 79.5 cm. Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin 1592. Photo: Author.

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Figure 17.

Torso Belvedere, signed by Apollonios, son of Nestor, of Athens; perhaps a Roman marble copy after the statue of Ajax at Rhoition. Height 159 cm. Rome, Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio-Clementino 1192. Engraving by Francesco Faraone Aquila, plate IX in Raccolta de statue antiche e moderne data in luce sotto i gloriose auspici della Santita di N.S. Papa Clemente XI da Domenico de Rossi. (Rome, 1704.) Photo courtesy of the Special Collections, Research Library, Getty Research Institute 93-B5694.


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Figure 18.

Roman bronze bust of Augustus from Meroe. Height 46.2 cm. London, British Museum 1911.09-01...

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ISSN
1080-6504
Print ISSN
0004-0975
Pages
pp. 349-369
Launched on MUSE
2010-06-17
Open Access
No
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