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Aspects of Hellenism in Italy

Towards a Cultural Unity?

A collection of articles from a seminar on Hellenism in Italy, held in Copenhagen in 1993. They cover a wide spectrum of topics and reflect an interdisciplinary collaboration.Pia Guldager Bilde, Inge Nielsen & Marjatta Nielsen: IntroductionJesper Carlsen: Le città della Magna Grecia e loro sviluppo in età ellenisticaLars Karlsson: Did the Romans Allow the Sicilian Greeks to Fortify Their Cities in the Third Century BC?Tobias Fischer-Hansen: Apulia and Etruria in the Early Hellenistic period. A SurveyKarina Mitens: Theatre Architecture in Central Italy: Reception and ResistanceIngrid Strøm: Pontecagnano- Picentia: A Hellenistic Town in the Former Etruscan CampaniaLise Bek: From Eye-Sight to View-Planning: The Notion of Greek Philosophy and Hellenistic Optics as a Trend in Roman Aesthetics and Building PracticePia Guldager Bilde: The International Style: Aspects of Pompeian First Style and Its Eastern EquivalentsFlemming Gorm Andersen: Roman Figural Painting in the Hellenistic AgeSimon Laursen: Greek Intelectuals in Rome- Some ExamplesBenedicte Mygind: The Hellenization of the Latin VocabularyMette Moltesen: Lapis albanus: A Group of Hellenistic Sculptures in PeperinoJacob Isager: The Hellenization of Rome. Luxuria or liberalitas?Christian Høgel: The Poetic I in Hellenistic and Augustan PoetryHelle Salskov Roberts: The Creation of a Religious Iconography in Etruria in the Hellenistic PeriodMarjatta Nielsen: Cultural Orientations in Etruria in the Hellenistic Period: Greek Myths and Local Motifs on Volterran Urn ReliefsJohn Lund: Rhodian Amphorae as Evidence for the Relations between Late Punic Carthage and Rhodes

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Table of Contents

Pia Guldager Bilde, Inge Nielsen & Marjatta Nielsen: Introduction
Jesper Carlsen: Le città della Magna Grecia e loro sviluppo in età ellenistica
Lars Karlsson: Did the Romans Allow the Sicilian Greeks to Fortify Their Cities in the Third Century BC?
Tobias Fischer-Hansen: Apulia and Etruria in the Early Hellenistic period. A Survey
Karina Mitens: Theatre Architecture in Central Italy: Reception and Resistance
Ingrid Strøm: Pontecagnano- Picentia: A Hellenistic Town in the Former Etruscan Campania
Lise Bek: From Eye-Sight to View-Planning: The Notion of Greek Philosophy and Hellenistic Optics as a Trend in Roman Aesthetics and Building Practice
Pia Guldager Bilde: The International Style: Aspects of Pompeian First Style and Its Eastern Equivalents
Flemming Gorm Andersen: Roman Figural Painting in the Hellenistic Age
Simon Laursen: Greek Intelectuals in Rome- Some Examples
Benedicte Mygind: The Hellenization of the Latin Vocabulary
Mette Moltesen: Lapis albanus: A Group of Hellenistic Sculptures in Peperino
Jacob Isager: The Hellenization of Rome. Luxuria or liberalitas?
Christian Høgel: The Poetic I in Hellenistic and Augustan Poetry
Helle Salskov Roberts: The Creation of a Religious Iconography in Etruria in the Hellenistic Period
Marjatta Nielsen: Cultural Orientations in Etruria in the Hellenistic Period: Greek Myths and Local Motifs on Volterran Urn Reliefs
John Lund: Rhodian Amphorae as Evidence for the Relations between Late Punic Carthage and Rhodes

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