Sculpture


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  • Erim, K. T. 1967a. ‘De Aphrodisiade’, American Journal of Archaeology 71, 233-43

  • Erim, K.T. 1967b. ‘Two new early byzantine statues from Aphrodisias,’ Dumbarton Oaks Papers 21, 285-286.

  • Erim, K.T. 1974. ‘The Satyr and Young Dionysos Group from Aphrodisias,’ Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu Basımevi, 767-775

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  • Frei-Stolba, R. 1993. ‘Ein neues Zeugnis zum Alpenfeldzug. Die Trumplini und Raeti im Sebasteion von Aphrodisias (Karien, Türkei),’ Jahresbericht des Rätischen Museums Chur, 64-91.

  • Giuliano, A. 1960. ‘Rilievo da Aphrodisias in onore di Zoilos,’ Annuario della scuola archeologia di Atene e delle missione italiane in Oriente 37-38, 389-401.

  • Hallett, C. H. 1998. ‘A Group of Portrait Statues from the Civic Center of Aphrodisias,’ American Journal of Archaeology 102, 1998, 59-89.

  • Hallett, C. 2008. ‘Four statues from the workshop of Apollonios Aster,’ in R.R.R. Smith and J. Lenaghan (eds.), Aphrodisias’tan Roma portreleri (Roman Portraits from Aphrodisias), Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Publishing, 70-85.

  • Harrison, E. B. 1981. ‘Motifs of the City-Siege on the Shield of Athena Parthenos,’ American Journal of Archaeology 85, 281-317.

  • Himmelmann, N. 1993. ‘Das Bildnis Pindars : ein überraschender Porträtfund im kleinasiatischen Aphrodisias,’ Antike Welt 24, 56-58.

  • Hrychuk Kontokosta, A. C. 2008. ‘Gladiatorial reliefs and élite funerary monuments,’ in C. Ratté, and R.R.R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 4: New Research on the City and its Monuments Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 70, 190-229.

  • Işık, F. 1984. ‘Die Sarkophage von Aphrodisias,’ in B. Andreae (ed.), Symposium über die Antiken Sarkophage, Pisa 5.-12. September 1982: Marburger Winckelmann-Programm, Marburg, 243-81.

  • Işık, F. 1989. ‘Ein späthellenistisches Grabrelief aus Aphrodisias,’ Festschrift für Jale İnan, Istanbul: Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, 429-438.

  • Işık, F. 1992. ‘Zum Produktionsbeginn von Halbfabrikaten Kleinasiatischer Girlandensarkophage,’ Archäologischer Anzeiger, 121-45.

  • Işık, F. 1998. ‘Zu Produktionsbeginn und Ende der kleinasiatischer Girlandensarkophage der Hauptgruppe,’ in G. Koch (ed.), Akten des Symposiums ‘125 jahre Sarkophag-Corpus,’ Mainz am Rhein: von Zabern, 278-94.

  • Işık F. 2007. Girlanden-Sarkophage aus Aphrodisias. Mainz: Sarkophag-Studien 5.

  • Ismaelli, T. 2016. ‘Una testa di atleta da Hierapolis, creazione afrodisiense in stile policleteo’, in F. D’Andria, M.P. Caggia, and T. Ismaelli, Hierapolis di Frigia. Le attività delle campagne di scavo e restauro 2007-2011, Istanbul, 609-621.

  • Klar, L. S. 2008. ‘Figural table supports: aspects of the archaeology of dining in the Roman world,’ in C. Ratté, and R.R.R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 4: New Research on the City and its Monuments, Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 70, 253-283.

  • Lenaghan, J. 2007. ‘On the Use of Roman Copies: Two New Examples of the Doryphoros and Westmacott Ephebe,’ Eidola 4, 147-152.

  • Lenaghan, J. 2008. ‘A statue of Julia Hera Sebaste (Livia),’ in C. Ratté, and R.R.R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 4: New Research on the City and its Monuments, Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 70, 37-50.

  • Lenaghan, J. 2016. ‘Re-use in fourth century portrait statues’ in R.R.R. Smith and B. Ward-Perkins, The Last Statues of Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 267-279.

  • Linant de Bellefonds, P. 1996. ‘The mythological reliefs from the Agora Gate,’ in C. Roueché and R. R. R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 3: The setting and quarries, mythological and other sculptural decoration, architectural development, Portico of Tiberius, and Tetrapylon, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 20, 174-186

  • Moltesen, M. 1990. ‘The Aphrodisian Sculptures in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek,’ in C. Roueché and K. T. Erim, (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers. Recent Work on Architecture and Sculpture, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 1, 133-46.

  • Öğüş, E. 2008. ‘Sarcophagus production: From quarry bock to funerary monument,’ in R.R.R. Smith and J. Lenaghan (eds.), Aphrodisias’tan Roma portreleri (Roman Portraits from Aphrodisias), Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Publishing, 168-183.

  • Öğüş, E. 2014. ‘Rise and Fall of Sarcophagus Production at Aphrodisias,’ Phoenix 68, 137-156.

  • Öğüş, E. 2014. ‘Columnar Sarcophagi from Aphrodisias: Elite Emulation in the Greek East’, American Journal of Archaeology 118, 113–136.

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  • Öğüş, E. forthcoming. Columnar Sarcophagi from Aphrodisias. Aphrodisias IX.

  • Özren, A. Can 1996. ‘Die Skulpturenausstattung kaiserzeitlicher Theater in der Provinz Asia, am Beispiel der Theater in Aphrodisias, Ephesos und Hierapolis,’ Thetis 3, 99-128.

  • Ponti, G. 1996. ‘Ancient quarrying at Aphrodisias in the light of the geological configuration,’ in C. Roueché and R. R. R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 3: The setting and quarries, mythological and other sculptural decoration, architectural development, Portico of Tiberius, and Tetrapylon Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 20, 105-110.

  • Rockwell, P. 1991. ‘Unfinished statuary associated with a sculptor’s studio,’ in R.R.R. Smith and K. T. Erim (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 2: the theatre, a sculptor’s workshop, philosophers, and coin-types, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 2, 127-143.

  • Rockwell, P. 1996. ‘The marble quarries: a preliminary survey,’ in C. Roueché and R. R. R. Smith (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 3: The setting and quarries, mythological and other sculptural decoration, architectural development, Portico of Tiberius, and Tetrapylon Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 20, 81-103.

  • Smith, R.R.R. 1987. ‘The Imperial Reliefs from the Sebasteion at Aphrodisias,’ Journal of Roman Studies 77, 88-138.

  • Smith, R.R.R. 1988. ‘Simulacra gentium: The Ethne from the Sebasteion at Aphrodisias,’ Journal of Roman Studies 78, 50-77.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 1991a. ‘Late Roman philosophers,’ in R.R.R. Smith and K. T. Erim (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 2: the theatre, a sculptor’s workshop, philosophers, and coin-types, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 2, 144-158.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 1991b. ‘A new portrait of Pythagoras,’ in R.R.R. Smith and K. T. Erim (eds.), Aphrodisias Papers 2: the theatre, a sculptor’s workshop, philosophers, and coin-types, Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 2, 159-167.

  • Smith, R.R.R. 1995. ‘A New Shield Portrait in Izmir,’ Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Insituts. Römische Abteilung 102, 331-339.

  • Smith, R.R.R. 1998a. ‘Cultural choice and political identity in honorific portrait statues in the Greek East in the second century A.D.,’ Journal of Roman Studies 88, 56-93.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 1998b. ‘Hellenistic Sculpture under the Roman Empire: Fishermen and Satyrs at Aphrodisias,’ in W. D. E. Coulson and O. Palagia (eds.), Regional Schools in Hellenistic Sculpture, Oxford: Oxbow, 255-262.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 1999a. ‘Late antique portraits in a public context: Honorific statuary at Aphrodisias in Caria, AD 300-600,’ Journal of Roman Studies 99 (1999), 155-189.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 1999b. ‘Herakles and Antaios at Aphrodisias in Caria,’ in G. Tsetskhladze et al. (eds.) Periplous: Essays for Sir John Boardman, London: Thames & Hudson, 298-308.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 1999c. ‘A late Roman portrait and a himation statue from Aphrodisias,’ in H. Friesinger et al. (eds.) 100 Jahre österreichische Forschungen in Ephesos: Akten des Symposions Wien 1995, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 713-719.

  • Smith, R.R.R. 2001. ‘A Portrait monument for Julian and Theodosius at Aphrodisias, in C. Reusser (ed.), Griechenland in der Kaiserzeit : neue Funde und Forschungen zu Skulptur, Architektur und Topographie ; Kolloquium zum 60. Geburtstag von Prof. Dietrich Willers, Bern, 12.-13. Juni 1998, Zürich: Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Bern, 125-136.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 2002. ‘The Statue Monument of Oecumenius: A New Portrait of a Late Antique Governor from Aphrodisias’, Journal of Roman Studies 92, 134-156.

  • Smith, R. R. R. 2007. ‘Statue life in the Hadrianic Baths at Aphrodisias, AD 100-600: Local context and historical meaning,’ in F.A. Bauer and C. Witschel (eds.), Statuen in der Spätantike, Wiesbaden: Reichert, 203-235.

  • Smith, R.R.R. 2008. ‘Roman portraits and marble production at Aphrodisias,’ in R.R.R. Smith and J. Lenaghan (eds.), Aphrodisias’tan Roma portreleri (Roman Portraits from Aphrodisias), Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Publishing, 8-33.

  • Smith, R.R.R., 2008. ‘Sculptors’ workshops: Inscriptions, images, and archaeology,’ in R. R. R. Smith and J. Lenaghan (eds.), Aphrodisias’tan Roma portreleri (Roman Portraits from Aphrodisias), Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Publishing, 102-119.

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