THE ARCH OF CONSTANTINE: Inspired by the Divine
Provides a history of one of the most impressive surviving monuments in Rome, analyzing the Arch and the reign of Constantine himself. Discusses the reuse of artworks salvaged from older monuments in its construction; its complex decoration; and the use of arches as civic commemorative monuments. Well illustrated, some in color.
Size: 6¾x9¾ inches
Item #: 6923593
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