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Le Vendomois V2: Epigraphie Et Iconographie (1894) (French Edition) - Achille Lacroix De Vimeur Rochambeau
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2018, ISBN: 9781162166742

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New Delhi, India: Kaveri Book Service, 2007 This book is a collection of forty research papers in honour of Prof. Enamul Haque, founder and formerly Director General of the Bangladesh National Museum and Director of the International Centre for Study of Bengal Art at Dhaka, Bangladesh. These papers are contributed by eminent scholars from India and abroad who acknowledge him as an international scholar and admire him in the scholarly world. These articles, with notes, references and bibliography are well illustrated and are grouped into five sections, viz. Section-I: Archaeology; Section-II: Art and Iconography; Section-III: Architecture; Section-IV: Epigraphy and Numismatics; and Section-V: Religion. Contents: Section-I: Archaeology: (1) Kunor: the Village of Potters: An Archaeo-Ethnological Study/ Mandira Bhattacharya; (2) Subsistence Strategies of the Chalcolithic People of Bengal: A Case Study/ Asok Datta; (3) A Unique Burial System of the Ahoms/ S Jamal Hasan; (4) History of Cattagrama Port/ Shahnaj Husne Jahan; (5) Wari-Bateshwar and Archaeology of Bangladesh/ Abu Imam; (6) A Preliminary Study on Amulets and Pendants found at Wari-Bateshwar, Bangladesh/ S S Mostafizur Rahman/ (7) Buddhist Relics and Relic-caskets: An Archaeological Study/ Mallar Mitra; (8) Pre-Muslim Terracotta Ringwell: Excavated Remains from Mahasthangarh/ Nasir Uddin Mobin. Section-II: Art and Iconography: (9) Representation of the Twenty-eight Buddhas of Former Aeons at Bagan/ Eva Allinger; (10) The Hidden God: Some Remarks on Yama and the Protectors of the Sacred Space in Buddhist Art/ C Bautze-Picron; (11) A Unique Jaina Ayagapatta from Lower Bengal/ Sudipa Bandyopadhyay; (12) Vasudeva-Visnu Images from Bengal: Development and Innovation: Is Lotus an Essential Attribute?/ Gouriswar Bhattacharya; (13) Mughal Paintings in the Freer Art Gallery, Washington/ Zia Uddin Desai; (14) On the Semiotic Function of Tress in Early Indian Art/ Adalbert J Gail; (15) Transmigration on Legends between India the Hellenistic World: Two Cases/ Suchandra Ghosh; (16) Saree: Proud Heritage of the Women of South Asia/ Zulekha Haque; (17) Meru, Samavasarana and Simhasana: The Recurrence of Three-Tiered Structures in Jaina Cosmology, Mythology and Ritual/ Julia A B Hegewald; (18) Representations of Hariti in Bihar-Bengal/ Isabell Johne; (19) An Attempt at the Dating of Shah-ji-ki-Dheri Casket/ Sarita Khettry; (20) Images of Buddhist Goddesses accompanied by Astral Deities/ Gerd Mevissen; (21) On the importance of the Dharmakosa Samgraha: A Little Known Text on Buddhist Iconography/ Shyam Chand Mukherji; (22) A Pala Period Peacock Jataka Panel in the Norton Simon Museum/ Pratapaditya Pal; (23) Cultural Context in Indian Art: An Introspection/ R C Sharma; (24) Deccani Ceiling Panels showing Astadikpalas and Natesa: An Analysis/ Corinna Wessels-Mevissen; (25) The Indo-Portuguese Quilt and its Influence on the Nakshi Kantha/ Niaz Zaman. Section-III: Architecture: (26) Hammams of the Mughal Period in Bangladesh/ Nazimuddin Ahmed; (27) Madrasah Architecture in Sultanate Bengal/ Khoundar Alamgir; (28) Unpublished views of Dhaka (Dacca) by Sir Charles D'Oyly, 7th Baronet/ Joachim K Bautze; (29) The Shmashana Temples of Joydevpur in the Ghazipur District/ Nazly Chowdhury; (30) Some Important Aspects of Manarah/ Muhammad Abdul Qadir. Section-IV: Epigraphy & Numismatics: (31) Two Undeciphered Inscriptions of Varendra: An Appraisal/ A K M Yaqub Ali; (32) Re-editing the Junwani Copper Plate Inscription of Mahasivagupta Balarjuna, Regnal Year 57/ Susmita Basu Majumdar; (33) In Search of Silver South East Asian Source for the Coinage of Bengal/ Pranab K Chattopadhyay; (34) An Ornamented Brahmi Inscription/ B N Mukherjee; (35) Madhipur Hoard of Copper Punch-marked Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta/ Dolly Mukherjee; (36) Some Observations on the Ashrafpur Plates of Devakhadga/ Sayantani Pal; (37) Silver Coins of the Bengal Sultans: Designs and Artistic Motifs (13th-16th Century)/ Sutapa Sinha; (38) Nadiabhanga Copper Plate Charter of the Time of Prthivivigraha-bhattaraka: Year 253/ Snigdha Tripathy. Section-V: Religion: (39) A Note on the Term Smarta and the Smarta Tradition/ Gudrun Buhnemann.Printed Pages: 431.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 23 x 29 Cm., Kaveri Book Service, 2007, Abhinav Publications, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. New. 21 x 27 cm. Any attempt to encompass the vast panorama of Indian culture within the covers of a single volume, except in some select aspects, is almost an impossibility. The present work. by itself a compendium of Indological studies. touches upon some salient facets of this culture which expresses itself mainly and broadly in art and archaeology. Of this manifold expression ivory. painting, textiles, etc. in art. and epigraphy, numismatics, iconography, etc. in archaeology constitute the main contents of the book. The work-—the fruit of devoted studies for more than four decades——has tried to uncover and present this complex culture, ancient and medieval. in both comprehensive essays and in studies on individual problems, in forty chapters and an Appendix. This richly illustrated book seeks to bring to the reader the diverse character of the culture of this sub-continent and its ever-growing ef?orescence in different epochs and in different regions, underscoring at the same time its sub-current of unity. In its comprehensive character and lucidity of presentation in each survey of the subjects under different chapters, as also in the deep analytical studies on each problem in some of the other chapters. the work not only stands out on its own merit. but is sure to remain as a provocative source-material for further research. Printed Pages: 136., Abhinav Publications, 1995, Abhinav Publications, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. New. 21 x 27 cm. Any attempt to encompass the vast panorama of Indian culture within the covers of a single volume, except in some select aspects, is almost an impossibility. The present work. by itself a compendium of Indological studies. touches upon some salient facets of this culture which expresses itself mainly and broadly in art and archaeology. Of this manifold expression ivory. painting, textiles, etc. in art. and epigraphy, numismatics, iconography, etc. in archaeology constitute the main contents of the book. The work-—the fruit of devoted studies for more than four decades——has tried to uncover and present this complex culture, ancient and medieval. in both comprehensive essays and in studies on individual problems, in forty chapters and an Appendix. This richly illustrated book seeks to bring to the reader the diverse character of the culture of this sub-continent and its ever-growing ef?orescence in different epochs and in different regions, underscoring at the same time its sub-current of unity. In its comprehensive character and lucidity of presentation in each survey of the subjects under different chapters, as also in the deep analytical studies on each problem in some of the other chapters. the work not only stands out on its own merit. but is sure to remain as a provocative source-material for further research. Printed Pages: 136., Abhinav Publications, 1995, Sharda Publishing House, 2006. First edition. Hardcover. New. 19 x 25 cm. This book presents a valuable collection of essays written over a period of forty years during the author`s illustrious career as a distinguished art-historian and archaeologist. These articles were originally published in various national and international journals, volumes and seminar proceedings. They cover a wide range of topics, such as temple-architecture, iconography, folk culture, art and other aspects of history and culture of India and South-East Asia. Prof. K.V. Raman has clearly highlighted the unique cultural relations between India and the countries of South-East Asia like Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos. The style of architecture, iconography and the numerous Sanskrit inscriptions found in these places show the close relations which these regions had with India since ancient times. The studies are based on extensive fieldwork and are amply illustrated with a large number of beautiful photographs. The volume will be of considerable interest to both the senior scholars and students of Indian culture. Contents: Preface List of Illustrations 1. Balustrade Sculptures of Kerala 2. Hoysala Influence on Vijayanagar Art 3. The Role of Temple in the Socio-Economic Life of the People 4. Temples, the Treasure Houses of Sculptures 5. Temples as Patrons of Dance 6. Ananda Coomaraswamy, the Versatile Scholar and Art-Historian 7. Ananda Coomaraswamy on Early Indian Architecture 8. The Art Heritage of Kanchi 9. Bronze Icons of Sri Vaishnava Saints 10. A Datable Sculpture of Nammalvar 11. Vishnu Temples of Tamil Nadu-Religious and Social Interaction and Architectural Expansion 12. Anuman-The Symbol of Service, Sacrifice, Valour and Wisdom 13. Jainism in Tondaimandalam 14. Some Rare Chola Sculptures from Kumbakonam 15. South India’s Contribution to Indian Art Heritage 16. Heritage in Clay 17. Some Hero-Stones in the Pandyan Country 18. Rama Temples and Traditions in Tamil Nadu 19. Some Mandapa Types and Functions in South India 20. Folk Cults and Practices 21. The Ecological Tradition in Tamil Literature and Epigraphy 22. Sacred Tanks of Tamil Nadu 23. Pilgrimage-Indian Concept and Practice 24. Lakshmi from Tamil Sources 25. Village Goddesses of South India 26. Some Aspects of Gopura: Tirumalai and Tirupati Temples in the Light of Epigraphical Data 27. Vijayanagar Paintings at Kanchi 28. The Art Heritage of the Pandyas 29. Gopura Sculptures from Vriddhagirisvara Temple 30. Sakti Worship in Tamil Nadu 31. Royal Portrait Sculptures of South India 32. Imprint of Indian art in South-East Asia 33. ndian Influences in South-East Asia as Reflected in the Personal Names 34. Indian influences on the Place-Names of South-East Asia 35. Deities and Temples of Cambodia-Indian Influences on the Names as seen in the Inscriptions 36. Bali-Land of Enchantment 37. Thai-India Cultural Ties 38. Indian Links with Laos-Some Recent Findings 39. Indian Links with Vietnam 40. Indian Cultural Links with Indonesia Select Bibliography Illustrations Printed Pages: 304., Sharda Publishing House, 2006, Sundeep Prakashan, 1983. First edition. Hardcover. New. 19 x 26 cm. Rangavalli is a fitting tribute of felicitation paid by a generation of scholars, old and new from all parts of the world to an outstanding archaeologist. Dr. S. R. Rao, internationally known for the decipherment of the Indus script. The collection of Research essays is at once scholarly and varied and of absorbing interest and represents a cross section of Indian scholarship in various subjects such as Indian history, prehistory, protohistory, epigraphy, numismatics, art, architecture, sculpture, painting, religion and culture. Thus Rangavalli as its name signifies presents a vast spectrum of various facets of Indian culture and gives a panoramic view. At the same time it contains research papers by senior and well known scholars in addition to younger researchers in the fields of art and archaeology. The volume has contributions from Dr. K.D. Bajapai, Dr. Lallanji Gopal, Dr. Upendra Thakur, Dr. Ajay Mitra Sastry, Dr. M.K. Dhavalikar, Dr. K.V. Raman, Dr. K.V. Ramesh and others. The volume has been edited by Dr. A.V. Narasimha Murthyand Dr. B.K. Gururaja Rao, both of the Department Of Ancient History and Archaeology of the Mysore University. 1. The Relevance of Experimental Approach in Indian Prehistory 2. Metrical Analysis of Acheulian Tools from Puleru Valley, Coastal Andhra Pradesh 3. Maratipalam and Chintalapalem: Two Late Acheulian sites in South Eastern Andhra Pradesh 4. Eastern Indian Neolithic Culture in North Coastal Andhra Pradesh 5. Chalcolithic Burials of Inamgaon 6. Socio-Economic Life in Protohistoric Karnataka 7. A Critical Study of the Technical Investigation made on NBP 8. Restroration: a Critical View 9. A Note on the Reh Inscription 10. Dive-Agar Plates of Ganga Durvinita 11. Note on a Verse of the Inscription from Kudarkot 12. The Kanchipuram Inscription of Jata-Choda Bhima and Rajaraja 13. A New Tamil Inscription from Bahur, Pondicherry 14. Rajpur Copper Plate Grant of Paramara Naravarman 15. Srikurmanatha Templa Inscriptions 16. Two Inscriptioins on Kanyadana 17. A New Inscription of Muhammad Bin Tughluq Shah from Basav Kalayan 18. Discovery of Brahmi Inscription at Brindavan 19. Significanace of Lad Khan Temple Inscription 20. Some Problems of Karnataka Coinage 21. Vasishthiputra Sivasri Pulumavi 22. Early Transport Vehicles from Ganga Valley 23. The Place of or in the Economic and Social History of the Early Tamilnadu from A.D. 750 to 1350 24. The Madhyastha in the Village Administration of Medieval tamil Nadu 25. Weights and Measures in Early Medieval Karnataka 26. Rastrakuta Ruling Families of Orissa 27. Anhilwad Patan and Merutungacharya 28. The Economic Condition of Medieval Karnataka as Reflected in the Travel Accounts of Caeser Frederic 1563-1581 29. Buddha’s Birth Scenes in Indian Sculpture 30. Satavahana Terracottas fro Paithan 31. Sculpture Under the Chalukyas of Badami 32. Note on the Mahishamardini panel at Soluvakuppam 33. A Portrait of Krishna III? 34. Western Ganga Jaina Vestiges at Tippuru, District Mandya 35. The Images of Naga ‘Muchilinda’ and his Consort at Village Gulgaon, District Raisen 36. Lakshminarayana Temple at Mudigonda 37. Sabari Temple at Sureban: A Rare Sikhara 38. Temples and Sculptures from Bilichodu 39. Jewellery and Ornaments in Hoysala Period – A Sculptural Study 40. Ramalingesvara temple at Hungund 41. Mahasadasiva in Hindu Iconography 42. Vishnu Sculpture in goa Museum 43. A Somaskandamurti Sculpture from Markanda, District Chanda in Maharashtra 44. The Influence of Western Architecture on the Temples of Goa 45. Muktesvara Temple-Kanchipuram 46. Naladurga-A Unique fort in Medieval Deccan 47. The Origin of Playing Cards- A Note 48. Indian Monks in Japan 49. Krishna and Krishnaism Across India 50. The date of the Gurusamhita 51. Thai India Cultural Ties 52. Dr. S.R. Rao & His Career 53. Dr. S Printed Pages: 420., Sundeep Prakashan, 1983, 2018. SUPER DELUXE EDITION. New. Antique look with Golden Leaf Printing and embossing with round Spine completely handmade binding(extra customization on request like Color Leather, Colored book, special gold leaf printing etc.) Reprinted in 2018 with the help of original edition published long back [1894]. This book is printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure in old look so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Lang: - fre, Vol: - Volume v.1. EXTRA 10 DAYS APART FROM THE NORMAL SHIPPING PERIOD WILL BE REQUIRED. (Normal Hardbound Edition is also available on request.) Volume v.1, 2018, 2018. SUPER DELUXE EDITION. New. Antique look with Golden Leaf Printing and embossing with round Spine completely handmade binding(extra customization on request like Color Leather, Colored book, special gold leaf printing etc.) Reprinted in 2018 with the help of original edition published long back [1894]. This book is printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure in old look so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Lang: - fre, Vol: - Volume v. 1. EXTRA 10 DAYS APART FROM THE NORMAL SHIPPING PERIOD WILL BE REQUIRED. (Normal Hardbound Edition is also available on request.) Volume v. 1, 2018, 2018. SUPER DELUXE EDITION. New. Antique look with Golden Leaf Printing and embossing with round Spine completely handmade binding(extra customization on request like Color Leather, Colored book, special gold leaf printing etc.) Reprinted in 2018 with the help of original edition published long back [1894]. This book is printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure in old look so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Lang: - fre, Vol: - Volume v. 2. EXTRA 10 DAYS APART FROM THE NORMAL SHIPPING PERIOD WILL BE REQUIRED. (Normal Hardbound Edition is also available on request.) Volume v. 2, 2018, Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2007. First edition. Hardcover. New. 22 x 28 cm. The collection of studies in Indian and East Asian Art and Iconography is a considerable assemblage of essays. Though it deals with selected topics relating to iconographic and archaeological art, it touches, sporadically though, almost the entire range of Indian art-history and salient periods of East Asia. Nonetheless, the treatment although can claim to be distinctly thorough and documented. Though by character the studies are not an all-inclusive one, they afford a glimpse of the artendeavours of most regions covered. With thirty and odd essays, appelled as chapters classed under sections, the subjects arc surely as varied as they are interesting. Though art is known to be mostly inspired by religion, these essays reveal often a transcending trend over all bounds of cults and faiths. They have touched upon art and iconography equally as they have mused on epigraphy and numismatics. And, all are aided by appropriate illustrations in which excellence and fineness of details have been kept as the primary aim. Further, these illustrations are not confined to the specific instances always as dealt with in the text, but they also include, as thought expedient, outside the immediate discussion, those that arc considered useful, as expanded and comparable material, specially to help researches ahead whenever possible. With a readable and lucid style in the treatment of the subjects taken up, the wide spread-out of the topics and the problems set are marked by a promiscuity of arrangement which is deli-berate. Deliberate so as to infuse an element of relief from the boredom that might be engendered often by the inherent dryness of the themes. CONTENTS: Preface; Section I : 1. Chinese Painting-A Study in its History 2. Iconography in Early Buddhist Art in China 3. Buddhist Iconography in Korea Section II : 1. Social, Religious and Political Background of Japanese Paintings 2. Iconography of Fukukensaku Kannon (Amoghapasa) in Japanese Art 3. Iconography of an Image of a Deified Ascetic-Priest in Early Japan 4. Iconography of Cintamanicakra (Nyoirin Kannon) 5. Concept and Iconography of Ganesa and Vaisravana (Kubera) in India and East Asia 6. Iconography of Senju Kannon (Sahasrabhuja Avalokiteswara) in Japan 7. Iconography of Mahakala in India and East Asian Art 8. Study of a Nepalese Buddhist Image of Sukhavati Lokeswara 9. Concept and Iconography of Vasudhara (Jap. Vasudhara Bosatsu) in India and East Asia 10. Iconography of Bato Kannon (Hayagriva) in India and Japan 11. A Brief Prelude to Buddhist Iconography Section III : 1. An Introduction to Jaina Iconography 2. Symbols and Symbolism in Jaina Art 3. Concept of Yaksa in Jainism : A Study in Art and Literature 4. Iconography of the Jaina Sasanadevata Ambika 5. Some Brahmanic Deities in Jaina Art 6. Jaina Canonical Literature and the Concept of Tirthankara with a Brief Study of Pedestals of Jina Images Section IV : 1. Art of Islamic Numismatics of India 2. Art of Islamic Calligraphy in India 3. Minars of Bengal : Work of Muslim Structural Art Section V : 1. Maurya and Post-Maurya Art 2. Medieval Art of Temple Terracotta in West Bengal 3. Dated and Datable Stone Sculptures on Medieval Temples of West Bengal 4. A Note on the Terracotta Slabs on Medieval Temples of West Bengal depicting Rama`s Birth-Story 5. An Iconographic Study on a Few Sculptures of Medieval West Bengal 6. Epigraphs on Medieval West Bengal Temples and their Religious Contents 7. Figure of Anantasayl Visnu on a Coin and in Sculptures from Medieval West Bengal 8. Amatory Trends in Religious Icons in India 9. Ucchista-Ganapati in Sculpture and Painting and Literary Tradition 10. Nudity and Eroticism in Indian and Trans-Indian Art Printed Pages: 397., Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2007, Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2007. First edition. Hardcover. New. 22 x 28 cm. The collection of studies in Indian and East Asian Art and Iconography is a considerable assemblage of essays. Though it deals with selected topics relating to iconographic and archaeological art, it touches, sporadically though, almost the entire range of Indian art-history and salient periods of East Asia. Nonetheless, the treatment although can claim to be distinctly thorough and documented. Though by character the studies are not an all-inclusive one, they afford a glimpse of the artendeavours of most regions covered. With thirty and odd essays, appelled as chapters classed under sections, the subjects arc surely as varied as they are interesting. Though art is known to be mostly inspired by religion, these essays reveal often a transcending trend over all bounds of cults and faiths. They have touched upon art and iconography equally as they have mused on epigraphy and numismatics. And, all are aided by appropriate illustrations in which excellence and fineness of details have been kept as the primary aim. Further, these illustrations are not confined to the specific instances always as dealt with in the text, but they also include, as thought expedient, outside the immediate discussion, those that arc considered useful, as expanded and comparable material, specially to help researches ahead whenever possible. With a readable and lucid style in the treatment of the subjects taken up, the wide spread-out of the topics and the problems set are marked by a promiscuity of arrangement which is deli-berate. Deliberate so as to infuse an element of relief from the boredom that might be engendered often by the inherent dryness of the themes. CONTENTS: Preface; Section I : 1. Chinese Painting-A Study in its History 2. Iconography in Early Buddhist Art in China 3. Buddhist Iconography in Korea Section II : 1. Social, Religious and Political Background of Japanese Paintings 2. Iconography of Fukukensaku Kannon (Amoghapasa) in Japanese Art 3. Iconography of an Image of a Deified Ascetic-Priest in Early Japan 4. Iconography of Cintamanicakra (Nyoirin Kannon) 5. Concept and Iconography of Ganesa and Vaisravana (Kubera) in India and East Asia 6. Iconography of Senju Kannon (Sahasrabhuja Avalokiteswara) in Japan 7. Iconography of Mahakala in India and East Asian Art 8. Study of a Nepalese Buddhist Image of Sukhavati Lokeswara 9. Concept and Iconography of Vasudhara (Jap. Vasudhara Bosatsu) in India and East Asia 10. Iconography of Bato Kannon (Hayagriva) in India and Japan 11. A Brief Prelude to Buddhist Iconography Section III : 1. An Introduction to Jaina Iconography 2. Symbols and Symbolism in Jaina Art 3. Concept of Yaksa in Jainism : A Study in Art and Literature 4. Iconography of the Jaina Sasanadevata Ambika 5. Some Brahmanic Deities in Jaina Art 6. Jaina Canonical Literature and the Concept of Tirthankara with a Brief Study of Pedestals of Jina Images Section IV : 1. Art of Islamic Numismatics of India 2. Art of Islamic Calligraphy in India 3. Minars of Bengal : Work of Muslim Structural Art Section V : 1. Maurya and Post-Maurya Art 2. Medieval Art of Temple Terracotta in West Bengal 3. Dated and Datable Stone Sculptures on Medieval Temples of West Bengal 4. A Note on the Terracotta Slabs on Medieval Temples of West Bengal depicting Rama`s Birth-Story 5. An Iconographic Study on a Few Sculptures of Medieval West Bengal 6. Epigraphs on Medieval West Bengal Temples and their Religious Contents 7. Figure of Anantasayl Visnu on a Coin and in Sculptures from Medieval West Bengal 8. Amatory Trends in Religious Icons in India 9. Ucchista-Ganapati in Sculpture and Painting and Literary Tradition 10. Nudity and Eroticism in Indian and Trans-Indian Art Printed Pages: 397., Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2007, Dhaka, Bangladesh: The International Centre for Study of Bengal Art, 2000 Printed Pages: 654 with numerous colour and b/w plates.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New. 23 Cms x 29 Cms., The International Centre for Study of Bengal Art, 2000, Bilingual (greek-english OR greek-french) edition; hard cover, 25X23 cm, 180 pp., ill. Thanks to the variety of shapes and decorated surfaces found in vases, the art of pottery developed a more extensive repertoire of subjects related to the sea than any other art form. The forty-two characteristic examples of marine iconography included in this catalogue come mainly from the collections of the Louvre, though also from those of other museums. They are divided into four groups: marine fauna and seafaring, the deities of the deep, the voyages of gods and heroes who crisscrossed the ocean, and, finally, the miraculous birth of the goddess who emerged from the waves, Aphrodite, born from the foam. The variety and aesthetic quality of marine scenes in vase-painting reveal once more the importance of the sea to Greek civilization.==============================================================IMPORTANT:The shipping cost estimated by the system covers books weighing up to 750 gr.; a surcharge depending on the actual weight and destination applies for heavier books. You can also choose an international transporter and pay the shipping cost at delivery in your country.Insurance of the shipment may also be necessary for some destinations., Kapon, 2008, - Festschrift. Papers in greek with english summary. Soft cover, 28 cm, 384 pp., ill. Net weight 1325 gr.CONTENTS:V. Sabetai, Ephebes and the SeaH. Manakidou, Variations on a Theme: Heracles and Nereus on an Attic Black-figured Amphora from OisymiA. Kokkinou, Heracles and Chthonic Poseidon: Two Alabastra of the Diosphos PainterG. Plakou, Attic Black-figured Lekythoi from the Cemetery of Ancient LeukasP. Badinou, Perfume Vases in Representations of Worship of the 5th ce. B.C.E. Tsakne, Visiting a Brothel in a Cup by the Euaion PainterGeorge G. Kavvadias, From Phlya? Some Thoughts on an Attic Red-Figured Hydria from Ancient PhlyaCh. Avronidake, Eucleia and Eunomia on a Fragment of a Squat Lekythos from the Circle of the Meidias PainterA. Hatzedemetriou, Red-figured Chous with a Dionysian Scene from Argyroupole, AthensC. Kathariou, Thoughts and Remarks on the Organization of the Jena Painters WorkshopA. Avramidou, Iconographic Observations on a Red-figured Crater from Olynthos: Theatrical InfluencesN. Akamatis, Red-figured Pelike with a Battle Scene from PellaD. Tsiafaki, An East Greek Fruitstand at KarabournakiNatalia Vogeikoff-Brogan, Corinthian Oinochoe of the Transitional Period from Mochlos in Eastern CreteAnna Arvanitaki, Zeus against a Dragon. A Different Representation of Zeus Fighting Typhon at Corinth?E. Kefalidou, A Boeotian Komast Cup from Thermi near ThessalonikeV. Tsoukala, Image and Word on Feminine Virtue: A Fresh Look at a Boeotian Skyphos in the Canellopoulos MuseumGeorgios K. Mallios, The Paeonian Warlords Pyraichmes and Asteropaios in the Literary Sources and the Pottery of the Archaic EraMaria-Christina Tzannes, Eros Pursuing a Maiden on an Early Lucanian Hydria in the Benaki MuseumZ. Parthene, The Representations of Chrysippos in Apulian Vase-painting: Remarks on their IconographyStephanos Gimatzidis, Protogeometrische und geometrische Keramik Nordgriechenlands: Die ForschungsgeschichteN. Hatzes, The Presence of Protogeometric and Geometric Atticising Pottery in the Northern Aegean. Two Interesting Examples from KarabournakiC. Havela, Local Pottery Workshops of the 8th c. B.C. Around the Thermaic GulfA. Pante, New Evidence for the Egg-shelled PotteryD. Patis, Indications for an Earlier Chronology of the Sanctuary of Dionysos in Kallithea, Chalkidike. Two Older Finds Set New IssuesPh. 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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781162166742
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1162166746
Version reliée
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: KESSINGER PUB CO
806 Pages
Poids: 1,343 kg
Langue: fre/Französisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781162166742

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