By Ingeborg Huber
Ingeborg Huber. Ikonographie der Trauer in der griechischen Kunst. Peleus - Studien zur Archäologie und Geschichte Griechenlands und Zypern, Band 10. 271 Seiten, 280 Abbildungen
Die Darstellung der Trauer ist eines der dauerhaftesten und zugleich eines der aussagekräftigsten Bildthemen der griechischen Antike. In der Mannheimer Dissertation wird dieser Bereich erstmals einem langfristigen Überblick von der späten Bronzezeit bis zum Hellenismus unterzogen. Grabsteine, Grabvasen, keramische Gefäße und Terrakotten liefern im wesentlichen das archäologische fabric hierfür.
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