Unbound from Rome:

Art and Craft in a Fluid Landscape, ca. 650-250 BCE

by John North Hopkins

New Haven: 2024

240 pages, 99 colour and 33 black and white illustrations. Hardback. 28x21.5cms.

A scholarly reexamination of Roman material culture of the first millennium BCE. Six chapters discuss the diverse cultures, makers and materials which contributed to Rome's visual culture. Particular focus is given to the construction and importance of the Temple of Jupiter, the Ficoroni Cista and devotional terracotta sculptures. 

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