The master of animals in old world iconography / edited by Derek B. Counts and Bettina Arnold.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Budapest : Archaeolingua, 2010.
Description
261 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 29 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Prolegomenon: the many masks of the master of animals / Bettina Arnold, Derek B. Counts
  • Mesopotamian "nude hero": context and interpretations / Sarah Costello
  • Master of animals and animal masters in the iconography of the Indus tradition / Jonathan Mark Kenoyer
  • Animal mastery in Hittite art and texts / Billie Jean Collins
  • Aegean master of animals: the evidence of the seals, signets, and sealings / Janice L. Crowley
  • Minoan animal-human hybridity / Anna Simandiraki-Grimshaw
  • Big nowhere: a master of animals in the throne room at Knossos? / Louise A. Hitchcock
  • Where the wild things were: the Greek master of animals in ecological perspective / Susan Langdon
  • Divine symbols and royal aspirations: the master of animals in Iron Age Cypriote religion / Derek B. Counts
  • Heroic encounter in the visual arts of ancient Iraq and Iran ca. 1000-500 BC / Mark Garrison
  • Agency, hybridity, and transmutation: human-animal symbolism and mastery among early Eurasian Steppe societies / Bryan K. Hanks
  • Beasts of the forest and beasts of the field: animal sacrifice, hunting symbolism, and the master of animals in pre-Roman Iron Age Europe / Bettina Arnold
  • Mistress and master: the politics of iconography in pre-Roman central Italy / Anthony Tuck
  • Mistress of animals, the master of animals: two complementary or oppositional religious concepts in early Celtic art? / Martin Guggisberg
  • Meaning in motif and ornament: the face between the creatures in mid-first-millennium AD temperate Europe / Peter S. Wells.
ISBN
  • 9789639911147 (hd.bd.)
  • 9639911143 (hd.bd.)
OCLC
666218677
RCP
H - S
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