The beautiful burial in Roman Egypt art, identity, and funerary religion /
This important new study looks at coffins, masks, shrouds, and tombs from the Roman Period in Egypt, when naturalistic Greek art forms, like portraits, were combined with traditional Egyptian art. The book presents more than 150 objects and tombs, many for the first time, and reveals how they create...
|Main Author:||Riggs, Christina.|
Oxford ; New York :
Oxford University Press,
Oxford studies in ancient culture and representation.
Beautiful burial in Roman Egypt.
|Available on the Internet from American University in Bulgaria:|
|Check holdings at Paniza Library, AUBG||Call Number:||
DT62.T6 R54 2005eb