Tradition: Transmission Of Culture In The Ancient World by Jane FejferTradition: Transmission Of Culture In The Ancient World by Jane Fejfer

Tradition: Transmission Of Culture In The Ancient World

EditorJane Fejfer, Mette Moltesen, Annette Rathje

Paperback | June 15, 2015

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This lavishly illustrated book takes readers from prehistoric Santorini to Late Antique Rome to analyze the role of tradition in the transmission of culture and the creation, maintenance, and negotiation of identity in the ancient world. Covering a wide array of subjects, including cultic rituals and the use of magical objects and symbols, votive traditions in Greek sanctuaries, funerary portraits, and Iron Age pottery, Tradition reveals how culture inheres in each, and how actions and objects alike play a role in culture's continuation and change. With its thoroughly interdisciplinary approach, Tradition breaks new ground in studies of the classical and ancient world.
Jane Fejfer is associate professor of archaeology at the University of Copenhagen. Mette Moltesen is curator of ancient sculpture at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen. Annette Rathje is associate professor of classical archaeology at the University of Copenhagen.
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Title:Tradition: Transmission Of Culture In The Ancient WorldFormat:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 9.75 × 6.75 × 1.3 inPublished:June 15, 2015Publisher:Museum Tusculanum PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8763542587

ISBN - 13:9788763542586

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Table of Contents

Preface  
Introduction   
 
Newly Invented Tradition: The Individual and the Community at the Northern Frontier of the Roman Empire
Niels Bargfeldt
 
Textiles and Temple Inventories: Detecting an Invisible Votive Tradition in Greek Sanctuaries in the Second Half of the First Millennium BC
Cecilie Brøns
 
Statues of Roman Women and Cultural Transmission: Understanding the So-called Ceres Statue as a Roman Portrait Carrier
Jane Fejfer
 
Using Textiles to Propose a New Identity for the So-called Goddess of Xeste 3
 Solvejg Hansen
 
On a List of Priests: From the Son of Poseidon to Members of the Elite in Late Hellenistic Halikarnassos
Signe Isager
 
Maripara and L'Imperatore: The Life and Afterlife of two Roman Statues Ifke
Van Kampen
 
Tradition and Renewal: The Archaeology of Magic and Theurgy in Athens and Rome in Late Antiquity
Arja Karivieri
 
Tradition and Innovation in Classical Athens: The Case of the Athenian Acropolis as Place and History
 Jens Krasilnikoff
 
Ktistes: Mythical Founder Hero and Honorary Title for New Heroes
Eva Mortensen
 
Expanding the Circle of Trust: Tradition and Change in Iron Age Communities in Western Sicily
Christian Mühlenbock
 
New Times, Old Customs: Tradition and Renewal of Etruscan Funerary Culture from the Late Republic to the Early Empire
Marjatta Nielsen
 
The Fan, a Central Italian Elite Utensil
Nora Petersen
 
Palmyrene Funerary Portraits in Context: Portrait Habit between Local Traditions and Imperial Trends
Rubina Raja
 
The Trozzella in. 3417 in the Collection of Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek: An Ethnic Marker or a Sign of Cultural Transmission?
Sine Grove Saxkjær and Jan Kindberg Jacobsen
 
The Nestorides: Innovation and Ambivalence in the Early South Italian Red-Figure Production
Stine Schierup
 
Here There be Monsters: Hybrids Painted on Cypriot Iron Age Pottery Lone
Wriedt Sørensen
 
Private Collections of Sculpture in Late Antiquity: An Overview of the Form, Function and Tradition
Christina Videbech
 
Ceramics in Funerary Traditions in Hellenistic Cyprus: The Custom of Duplication?
Kristina Winther-Jacobsen