Proceedings of the International Conference Organized by the Belgian and French Schools at Athens, 26-28 September 2012
par P.P. IOSSIF, Fr. DE CALLATAŸ, R. VEYMIERS (eds.)
Since the 16th c. numerous studies have been consecrated to the images depicted on Greek and Roman coins. Most of them are concerned with the identification of numismatic types. In contrast, rare are those asking questions about the possible mechanisms preceding the choice of types by an authority and their reception(s) by different audiences. The present book brings together various approaches on visual culture from different fields (working on different areas, periods, or specializing in media other than coins) proposing an original methodological synthesis of what has been done or has still to be done in numismatic iconography.
Member of several academies and professor in Paris (EPHE) and Brussels (ULB), François DE CALLATAŸ is head of department at the Royal Library of Belgium. A specialist of monetary history of the ancient Greek world, he has published more than 6,500 pages on various matters.
ISBN : 978-2-87562-157-3
Année de publication : 2018
Prix : 40.00€ HTVA
Pages : 600
Disciplines : Histoire, Tout le catalogue