By D. Monna (auth.), Norman Herz, Marc Waelkens (eds.)
Marble in historic Greece and Rome: Geology, Quarries, trade, Artifacts Marble continues to be the sine qua non uncooked fabric of the an cient Greeks and Romans. starting within the Bronze Age sculptu re begun in marble and all through classical instances the main im portant statues, reliefs, monuments and inscriptions have been made from it. but, quarry assets replaced in time as personal tastes for various marbles have been encouraged by way of neighborhood traditions, the pos sibilities of delivery, esthetic tastes, and economics. Marble stories and the id of the provenance of marble can hence display a lot approximately Greek and Roman background, alternate, esthe tics and expertise. individuals in lots of disciplines are learning a number of features of Greek and Roman marble utilization. Geologists and geochemists are engaged on easy methods to ensure the provenance of marble; ar chaeologists are noting altering styles of import and use in excavation~ and studying how enhancing quarrying options and prelimihary dressing of the extracted fabric motivated the ultimate form of artifacts; historical historians at the moment are less than status quarry association and bureaucracies that managed marble creation and exchange; paintings historians are seeing how phy sical features of the stone affected the innovations and elegance of sculpture; architects and engineers have an interest in quarry applied sciences and utilization in development building. those experts drawn from many disciplines hardly have an opportu nity to check notes and spot how each one can give a contribution to the learn attempt of others.
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