2 edition of furniture of the Greeks, Etruscans and Romans found in the catalog.
furniture of the Greeks, Etruscans and Romans
Richter, Gisela Marie Augusta
Bibliography: p. 341-343.
|Statement||by G.M.A. Richter.|
|LC Classifications||NK2280 R52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 369 p., 693 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||693|
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Richter: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Slight rubbing, browning and minor nicks to jacket; slight internal browning to edges and endpapers; else a very well-preserved copy of a rare and scholarly study.
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In Roman, furniture practicals ruled, which consisted in adapting all useful aesthetic, structural and organisational solutions of the peoples of the conquered countries.
The civilisation predecessors of Rome were the Etruscans, who through their contacts with the Greeks, brought many interesting solutions into their territory. This is why in appearance, the Etruscan and Roman beds [ ]. Noté 5. Retrouvez Studies in Ancient Furniture; Couches and Beds of the Greeks, Etruscans and Romans et des millions de livres en stock sur Achetez neuf ou d'occasionFormat: Broché.
Studies In Ancient Furniture: Couches And Beds Of The Greeks, Etruscans And Romans: Williams, Caroline Ransom: Books - or: Caroline Ransom Williams. This is unfortunate in a book that comes to focus so heavily on technique, for in addition to limited references to a single (now lost) wooden statuette and pyxides and writing tablets from much later periods, she might have directed readers to the wealth of information about the wooden furniture of Greeks and Romans and that of their neighbors.
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Greek religion also influenced the Roman people as did the Etruscan religion, and the Greeks also put a strong emphasis on ritual. Ancient Greece. Klismoi are familiar from depictions of ancient furniture on painted pottery and in bas-reliefs from the mid-fifth century BCE onwards.
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The Etruscans were the main civilisation in Italy before the Roman Empire, with their own unique culture and language. The Romans conquered them but. Roman furniture was based heavily on Greek furniture, in style and construction.
Rome gradually superseded Greece as the foremost culture of Europe, leading eventually to Greece becoming a province of Rome in BC. Rome thus took over production and distribution of Greek furniture, and the boundary between the two is blurred. Etruscan women had more freedom than their Greek and Roman counterparts, formed an integral part of the family unit, were educated, could own property, and even participated in public life.
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