THE SHOCK OF  THE OLD/NEW? Itinerant “Greek”  Sculptures in Roman Times

The Shock Of The Old/New?

Itinerant “Greek” Sculptures in Roman Times


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  • Gianfranco Adornato
  • Gabriella Cirucci
  • Francesca D’andrea
  • Jane Fejfer
  • Suzan Van De Velde
  • Miguel John Versluys


09.30 Welcome and Introduction

SESSION 1 – Chair: Miguel John Versluys

10.00 Eric Moormann Radboud Universiteit
Fighting for Unity? Some Observations on the Pediment Sculptures of the Temple of Apollo in Circo in Rome

10.30 Gianfranco Adornato Scuola Normale Superiore
The Conundrum of the Pediment of the Apollo Sosianus Temple. Technical and Stylistic Reassessment

11.00 Hans R. Goette Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Zentrale
Disiecta Membra of Two Classical Pedimental Groups?

11.30 Beatrice Cacciotti Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Un altro originale greco dagli Horti Sallustiani? Su una statua poco nota della collezione Ludovisi

12.00 Eva Falaschi Scuola Normale Superiore
A Greek in Rome: Plutarch, the Urbs, and the Temple of Jupiter Capitoline

12.30 Discussion

SESSION 2 – Chair: Marco Galli

15.00 Riccardo Di Cesare Università di Foggia
Maintenance and Repairs of Old Buildings with Architectural Sculpture in Early Roman Greece: Some Case-Studies

15.30 Pavlina Karanastasi University of Crete
From Pietas to Enforcement: Augustus’ Interventions in the Religious and Artistic Life of Athens and of Other Regions in Greece

16.00 Francesca D´Andrea Scuola Normale Superiore
Greek Sculptures for Roman Dwellers. Some Examples from the Aristocratic Residences on the Esquiline Hill in Rome

16.30 Coffee Break

17.00 Marina Caso Parco Archeologico di Ercolano
Due frammenti di rilievi greci al Museo Nazionale Romano

17.30 Gabriella Cirucci Københavns Universitet
Itineraries of Greek Funerary and Votive Reliefs through the Ancient Mediterranean

20.00 Dinner


SESSION 3 – Chair: Gianfranco Adornato

10.00 Miguel John Versluys Universiteit Leiden
From Holistic to Synthetic and Beyond: Rethinking Greek Objects in Republican Rome

10.30 Suzan Van De Velde Universiteit Leiden
Object Biographies: A Methodology for the Analysis of “Moving Statues”

11.00 Jane Fejfer Københavns Universitet
Collected or Fragmented

11.30 Marina Sabatini Università di Macerata
Amazonomachy 1985-2022: Observations on the Role of Museum Display and Communication

12.00 Marco Galli Sapienza Università di Roma
Closing Remarks

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 892591.