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The Iseum campense from the Roman Empire to the Modern age : temple - monument - lieu de mémoire : proceedings of the international conference held in Rome at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR), the Accademia di Danimarca, and the Accademia d'Egitto, May 25-27, 2016 / Edited by Miguel John Versluys, Kristine Bülow Clausen, Giuseppina Capriotti Vittozzi.

Contributor(s): Versluys, M. J | Bülow Clausen, Kristine | Capriotti Vittozzi, Giuseppina.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Roma : Quasar, [2018]Description: 375 p. : ill., maps, plans ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9788871409269.
Contents:
Temple - monument - lieu de mémoire. Rethinking the Iseum Campense / Miguel John Versluys. The Iseum Campense and its social, religious and political impact / Katja Lembke. Sanctuary, monument, lieu de mémoire? The Iseum Campense, memory and religious life / Frederick G. Naerebout. Isis Capitolina e Isis Campensis. Il culto ufficiale delle divinità egiziane a Roma / Filippo Coarelli. Bringing the East home to Rome. Pompey the Great and the "Euripus" of the Campus Martius / Valentino Gasparini. Isis as the embodiment of nature in ancient Rome. How gardens within ancient Roman temples celebrated memories of Egypt / Martin Bommas. The Iseum Campense and animal worship. Becoming Egyptian to be Roman / Frederick E. Brenk. De l'Iseum Campense comme type monétaire / Laurent Bricault & Richard Veymiers. Domitian's remake of Augustan Rome and the Iseum Campense / Eric M. Moormann. Domitian's Iseum Campense in context / Stefan Pfeiffer. Egypt and the secret of Empire in Tacitus' histories / Trevor Luke. Blessings of Empire. The Nile and Tiber river statues from the Iseum Campense / Alexander Heinemann. A note on the temple of Isis at Beneventum / Irene Bragantini. The Renaissance approach of bringing ancient Egypt back to life. The fresco paintings of Pinturicchio in the Appartamento Borgia / Marieke van den Doel. Reading Roman Antiquity as an Egyptian Oedipus. Athanasius Kircher's more hieroglyphicorum interpretatio / Martje de Vries. The Chinese Isis, or the Sino-Egyptian hypothesis / Thijs Weststeijn. Memory and self-presentation: Egyptian antiquities seen through the eyes of antiquarians and aristocrats in 17th century Rome / Lucia Faedo. Egyptian memorials in modern Rome: the Dogali obelisk and the altar of the fallen fascists / Arthur Weststeijn. Present in absence: The imagination, reconstruction, and memory of Egypt and the Iseum Campense in Rome / Eva Mol.
In: Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome v. 66 (2018)
List(s) this item appears in: AD New acquisitions 2019 | AD New acquisitions. January 2019 | New Acquisitions
Item type Current location Call number Copy number Status Date due
Printed Books Accademia di Danimarca
Per.Mede (Browse shelf) 1 Available
Printed Books Istituto Storico Austriaco Roma
FF-294.66 (Browse shelf) 1 Available

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Temple - monument - lieu de mémoire. Rethinking the Iseum Campense / Miguel John Versluys. The Iseum Campense and its social, religious and political impact / Katja Lembke. Sanctuary, monument, lieu de mémoire? The Iseum Campense, memory and religious life / Frederick G. Naerebout. Isis Capitolina e Isis Campensis. Il culto ufficiale delle divinità egiziane a Roma / Filippo Coarelli. Bringing the East home to Rome. Pompey the Great and the "Euripus" of the Campus Martius / Valentino Gasparini. Isis as the embodiment of nature in ancient Rome. How gardens within ancient Roman temples celebrated memories of Egypt / Martin Bommas. The Iseum Campense and animal worship. Becoming Egyptian to be Roman / Frederick E. Brenk. De l'Iseum Campense comme type monétaire / Laurent Bricault & Richard Veymiers. Domitian's remake of Augustan Rome and the Iseum Campense / Eric M. Moormann. Domitian's Iseum Campense in context / Stefan Pfeiffer. Egypt and the secret of Empire in Tacitus' histories / Trevor Luke. Blessings of Empire. The Nile and Tiber river statues from the Iseum Campense / Alexander Heinemann. A note on the temple of Isis at Beneventum / Irene Bragantini. The Renaissance approach of bringing ancient Egypt back to life. The fresco paintings of Pinturicchio in the Appartamento Borgia / Marieke van den Doel. Reading Roman Antiquity as an Egyptian Oedipus. Athanasius Kircher's more hieroglyphicorum interpretatio / Martje de Vries. The Chinese Isis, or the Sino-Egyptian hypothesis / Thijs Weststeijn. Memory and self-presentation: Egyptian antiquities seen through the eyes of antiquarians and aristocrats in 17th century Rome / Lucia Faedo. Egyptian memorials in modern Rome: the Dogali obelisk and the altar of the fallen fascists / Arthur Weststeijn. Present in absence: The imagination, reconstruction, and memory of Egypt and the Iseum Campense in Rome / Eva Mol.

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