Two case-studies concerning comparative iconography of pre-Roman Italy. The first provides further proof of the well-known connections between Etruria and Picenum in the Orientalizing period. The second shows that one and the same iconographic scheme needs different interpretations in different cultural contexts (Picenum vs. Basilicata).
J. G. Szilagyi, no address given, contact the journal editor
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