Published to accompany a travelling exhibition organised by the American Federation of Arts and the Musee du Louvre, this publication features an extraordinary selection of these works dating from the first century B.C. to the early fourth century A.D. -But he could also work in trade, crafts, and banking alongside other free men. ... and economic life summed up by the otium/ negotium (leisure and work) dichotomy emblematic of Roman civilization. ... Pompey financed the construction of Romea#39;s first stone theater, setting a precedent that would soon be followed in the cities of the ... Literary tradition (such as Titus Livy, l, 9) elevated these events to a key part of Romea#39;s legendary history by promulgating the story that Romulus used theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Roman art from the Louvre|
|Author||:||Cécile Giroire, Daniel Roger, American Federation of Arts, Musée du Louvre|
|Publisher||:||Hudson Hills Pr - 2007|