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Proceedings of the XVIIth International congress on ancien bronzes, Izmir.

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Alexandra GIUMLIA-MAIR et Carol C. MATTUSCH (dir.) - MI-52 - Proceedings of the XVIIth International congress on ancien bronzes, Izmir. 2016, 307 p. , 66 coul., 359. fig. (ISBN: 978-2-35518-059-0)

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avec les contributions de :

Hélène Aurigny, Beryl Barr-Sharrar, David Bartus, Fede Berti, Leonardo Bigi, Margherita Bolla, Yorgos Brokalakis, Marina Castoldi, Mario Cygielman, klara De Decker, Ekkehard Diemann, Exhlale Dobruna-Salihu, Zeina Fani, Patrizia Framarin, Norbert Franken, Alessandra Giumlia-Mair, Nadezda Gulyaeva, Ata Hasanpour, Seán Hemingway, Despina Ignatiadou, Nino Kalandadze, Fulvia Lo Schiavo, Maximilian Lubos, Jeffrey P. Maish, Mehrdad Malekzadeh, Angelalea Malgieri, Carol C. Mattusch, Valeria Meirano, Sergio Meriani, Marcello Miccio, Niccolò Mugnai, Omid Oudbashi, Olga Palagia, Paolo Pecchioli, Matteo Perotti, John Pollini, David Saunders, Heather F. Sharpe, Chiara Tarditi, Mikhail Treister, Marc Walton, Leonid Yablonsky, Gerhard Zimmer.

Préface de Alessandra Giumlia-Mair et Carol C. Mattusch

Résumé:
Le XVIIème Congrès international sur les Bronzes Anciens a eu lieu au Centre culturel de Sabanci à l'Université Eylül Dokuz, à Izmir, en mai 2011. Le thème général du congrès était "Bronzes de la Méditerranée orientale." Les 29 articles publiés ici représentent le matériel qui a été présenté en 2011 regoupés en quatre catégories :

-Les ustensiles de cuisine, les pièces assoicées à la vaisselle et les lampes
-Les ornements, pendants de harnais, décorations de meubles, pbjets militaires
-Les statuettes et autres représentations
-La statuaire à grande échelle

Table of Contents

Preface
Vessels, vessel attachments, and lamps


- Omid Oudbashi, Ata Hasanpour, Mehrdad Malekzadeh, The Luristan Bronzes in Sangtarashan: Bronze Technology in Western Iran in the First Millennium BC

- Hélène Aurigny, Anatolian Bronzes from Delphi in the Archaic Period

- Clara De Decker and Ekkehard Diemann, Reconstruction of the fabrication of the “Rhodian” oinochoai

- Chiara Tarditi, Athenian Archaic bronze vessel production: new evidence from old excavations

- Norbert Franken, Drei archaische Gefäßattaschen aus Didyma

- Nadezda Gulyaeva,  Bronze Lamps of Ionian Type in the Hermitage Museum

- Mikhail Treister and Leonid Yablonsky, Bronze lamp in form of reclining zebu bull from Filippovka

- Valeria Meirano, Bronze phialai mesomphaloi in context: Some recent and revisited case Studies

- Beryl Barr-Sharrar, Approaches to the Study of Hellenistic Metalwork: A Preliminary Introduction

 Adornments, harness, furniture, military and naval effects

- Despina Ignatiadou, The Aenea mirror: A Re-examination

- Jeffrey P. Maish, Marc Walton, David Saunders, and Nino Kalandadze, Technical Study of the Bronze Kline Legs from Vani

- Niccolò Mugnai, Leonardo Bigi, Matteo Perotti, Copper alloy items from the Roman military site of Thamusida (Sidi Ali ben Ahmed, Morocco)

- Patrizia Framarin, Objects of enameled bronze with millefiori glass insertion from Augusta Praetoria Salassorum (Aosta, Italy)

- Yorgos Brokalakis, The use of bronze on Roman ships and the shipwreck of Agia Galini

Statuettes and other images

- Heather F. Sharpe, Observations on the Casting, Mounting and Display of Archaic Greek Bronze Statuettes

- Fede Berti and Angelalea Malgieri, Bronzi da Iasos: ritrovamenti e testimonianze di età Imperiale

- David Bartus, Two Roman bronze heads with cirrus from Brigetio

- Marina Castoldi, Bronze Trees

- Seán Hemingway, An Early Imperial Bronze Sphinx Support in the Metropolitan  Museum of Art, New York

- Margherita Bolla, Eastern Bronzes in Northern Italy

- Exhlale Dobruna-Salihu, Roman small bronze sculpture in the central part of Dardania (Kosovo)

- Zeina Fani, Les Bronzes de Rimat


 Large-scale statuary

- John Pollini, The God from Cape Artemision: Zeus or Poseidon? An Old Question, a New Approach

- Gerhard Zimmer, Searching for the Goddess


- Olga Palagia, Towards a publication of the Piraeus bronzes: the Apollo

- Fulvia Lo Schiavo, Mario Cygielman, Marcello Miccio, Paolo Pecchioli, and Alessandra Giumlia-Mair,

The Restoration of the Minerva of Arezzo

- Alessandra Giumlia-Mair and Sergio Meriani, A Roman bronze portrait: composition and technology in the 1st century A.D.

- Carol C. Mattusch, Why Bronze? The Tastes and Attitudes of Roman Collectors

- Maximilian Lubos, Boubon Bronzes – New Perspectives



The International Bronze Congress is recognized as the leading forum for scholars whose research enhances our knowledge of the art, culture, and technology of bronzes in the Classical world. Since 1970, there have been 20 successful Congresses, most recently in Izmir (2011), Zurich (2013), and Los Angeles (2015). Each congress attracts hundreds of participants from Europe, the United States, and Asia. The presentations have covered a broad range of topics in the fields of archaeology, ancient technology, history of art, and conservation, and have introduced many new discoveries and new ideas. The next International Bronze Congress will be held at the University of Tübingen in 2018.

International Standing Committee for Bronze Congresses Members: Carol C. Mattusch (president) Alessandra Giumlia-Mair (vice-president) Sophie Descamps-Lequime Eckhard Deschler-Erb Norbert Franken Nadezda Gulyaeva Despina Ignatiadou Annemarie Kaufmann-Heinimann Susan Stock

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