CARVING AS CRAFT: Palatine East and the Greco-Roman Bone and Ivory Carving Tradition
From 1989 to 1994, more than 1,500 bone and ivory objects were excavated from the northeast slope of Rome's Palatine Hill. Cataloging more than 600 of these pieces, this study explores their significance in understanding the development of artisanship in Rome and the broader Greco-Roman cultural and artistic tradition. Illus.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Size: 8¾x11¼ inches
Item #: 5829968