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"Art in the Lives of Ordinary Romans: Visual Representation..." by John R. Clarke (Repost)


"Art in the Lives of Ordinary Romans: Visual Representation and Non-Elite Viewers in Italy, 100 b.c.–a.d. 315" by John R. Clarke
UniCal. Press | 2003 | ISBN: 0520219767 9780520219762 | 399 pages | PDF | 5 MB

This splendidly illustrated book brings to life the ancient Romans whom modern scholarship has largely ignored: slaves, ex-slaves, foreigners, and the freeborn working poor.

Discussing a wide range of art in the late republic and early empire, John R. Clarke provides a tantalizing glimpse into the lives of ordinary Roman people. Writing for a wide audience, he illuminates the dynamics of a discerning and sophisticated population, overturning much accepted wisdom about them, and opening our eyes to their astounding cultural diversity.

This original and entertaining book demonstrates why historians must recognize, rather than erase, complexity and contradiction and asks new questions about class, culture, and social regulation that are highly relevant in today's global culture.

CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INTRODUCTION
PART 1 IMPERIAL REPRESENTATION OF NON-ELITES
1 AUGUSTUS'S AND TRAJAN'S MESSAGES TO COMMONERS
2 THE ALL-SEEING EMPEROR AND ORDINARY VIEWERS: MARCUS AURELIUS AND CONSTANTINE
PART 2 NON-ELITES IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE
3 EVERYMAN, EVERYWOMAN, AND THE GODS
4 EVERYMAN AND EVERYWOMAN AT WORK
5 SPECTACLE: ENTERTAINMENT, SOCIAL CONTROL, SELF-ADVERTISING, AND TRANSGRESSION
6 LAUGHTER AND SUBVERSION IN THE TAVERN: IMAGE, TEXT, AND CONTEXT
7 COMMEMORATION OF LIFE IN THE DOMAIN OF THE DEAD: NON-ELITE TOMBS AND SARCOPHAGI
PART 3 NON-ELITES IN THE DOMESTIC SPHERE
8 MINDING YOUR MANNERS: BANQUETS, BEHAVIOR, AND CLASS
9 PUTTING YOUR BEST FACE FORWARD: SELF-REPRESENTATION AT HOME
CONCLUSIONS
NOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ILLUSTRATION CREDITS
INDEX
1st PDF with TOC BookMarkLinks
http://www.nitroflare.com/view/7469B90857EEEBA/ArtLivesOrdinaryRomans2003.pdf
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