Cambridge Studies in Classical Art and Iconography is a program of scholarly monographs that best represent the rapid and profound changes in the scholarship of one of the oldest and most respected disciplines in the humanities. A major goal of this series is to understand ancient art not merely as aesthetic objects, but as part of an intrinsic visual language of a distant culture. Books in this series are devoted to studies of a single artist, stylistic issues, or iconography of a particular theme in a specific period. Interpretive in the broadest sense, these works will also provide a link between art history and other related fields in the study of classical antiquity, including history, philosophy, and religion.
General Editors: H. A. Shapiro, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Robin Osborne, Corpus Christi College, Oxford University
Advisory Board: William Childs, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Roger Ling, University of Manchester; Sarah Morris, University of California, Loz Angeles; Olga Palagaia, University of Athens; Jerome Pollitt, Yale University
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