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    Authors: Barbet, Alix;

    Statues habillées en toge au-dessus d’une tombe de Pompéi. Statues dressed in toga above a tomb in Pompeii. Statue vestite in toga sopra una tomba a Pompei.

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    Authors: Boucharlat, Rémy;

    « Quand les rois écrivent l’histoire, leur vérité devient la vérité ». Cette constatation n’est pas originale, mais elle le point de départ d’une réflexion de P.B. sur la réalité de certaines affirmations qui paraissent découler de textes égyptiens d’époque ptolémaïque, mais aussi séleucides. Si l’A. avait déjà eu l’occasion de mettre en doute l’enthousiasme des populations accueillant Alexandre le libérateur, comme le narrent les auteurs grecs – comme on peut douter aussi de l’accueil triomp...

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    Authors: Cadario, Matteo;

    L’article propose une réflexion sur les espaces de représentation en Italie du Nord à partir de la ville de Luni. À Luni, il est possible d’obtenir une vue d’ensemble de la présence des statues impériales et des statues des élites locales dans une ville romaine de taille moyenne. Après la présentation des statues et des dédicaces découvertes dans les loca publica (area Capitolina, Basilique, Forum, Curie, Area con fontane, théâtre, « Grande Tempio »), le celeberrimus locus de Luni a été reconnu sur le côté nord du forum. Il était dédié à la construction de la mémoire civique à travers la conservation des anciens monuments honorifiques. Il été également possible de reconnaître l’espace choisi pour l’auto-représentation des élites municipales dans la porticus qui entoure le Capitolium. La répartition des portraits impériaux a finalement permis de suivre l’évolution de la hiérarchie des espaces de représentation dans la ville : la zone nord du forum était la seule à recevoir des honneurs pendant toute l’histoire de Luni. Vers le milieu du Ier s. ap. J.-C., il y avait une prolifération de lieux de représentation que conduirait à attribuer à la famille impériale au moins trois espaces privilégiés : l’odéon, la basilique et « l’Area con fontane ». L’image impériale était devenue omniprésente dans la ville. Au troisième siècle les espaces de représentation étaient réduits et les dédicaces étaient concentrées de nouveau dans l’area Capitolina. L’articolo propone una riflessione sugli spazi di rappresentazione in Italia settentrionale a partire dalla città di Luni. Luni consente infatti di ricostruire il quadro di insieme della presenza delle statue imperiali e di quelle delle élites locali in una città romana di medie dimensioni. Dopo aver presentato i loca publica (area Capitolina, basilica, foro, curia, Area con fontane, teatro, “Grande Tempio”) e i relativi rinvenimenti di statue e dediche onorarie, nell’area a nord del foro è stato riconosciuto il celeberrimus locus cittadino, dedicato anche alla costruzione della memoria civica mediante la conservazione dei più antichi monumenti onorari cittadini. È stato inoltre possibile riconoscere nel porticato lo spazio scelto dall’élite locale per la propria autorappresentazione La distribuzione dei ritratti imperiali ha permesso infine di seguire l’evoluzione della gerarchia degli spazi di rappresentazione nella città: l’area a nord del foro fu l’unica ad accogliere onori per tutto il corso della storia lunense. Intorno alla metà del I sec. d.C. vi fu però una moltiplicazione dei luoghi di rappresentazione che comportò l’assegnazione alla famiglia imperiale di almeno tre spazi privilegiati: odeum, basilica e l’Area con fontane. L’immagine imperiale era diventata veramente onnipresente nella città. Nel III sec. d.C., comunque ricco di dediche, gli spazi di rappresentazione si contrassero di nuovo, limitandosi all’area Capitolina.

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    Authors: Atabey, Ali;

    Bu çalışma, 16 ila 18. yüzyıllar arası döneme ait Osmanlı şeyhülislam fetvalarında yer alan statü göstergelerini saptamaya çalışmaktadır. Bu çalışmada sorunsallaştırılan temel mesele, Osmanlı bireylerinin ahlaki ve sosyoekonomik statülerine göre farklılaşan hukuki statüleridir. Çalışma boyunca, bu yöndeki bağlantıyı göstermek amacıyla meslek, soy, dindarlık, bilgi ve ekonomik statü gibi bir çok farklı statü göstergesi ele alınmaktadır. Bu bağlamda, mevcut çalışma, gündemine iki genel ve bağlantılı soruyu almaktadır: Sosyoekonomik statü, bireylerin hukuki statüsünün belirlenmesinde nasıl ve ne dereceye kadar rol oynamıştır? Sosyoekonomik statü ile hukuki statü arasındaki bu ilişki hangi noktalarda sosyal düzenin korunmasına yönelik kaygılarla kesişmektedir? Bu çalışmanın temelini oluşturan birincil kaynaklar şunlardır: Fetava-yı Ali Efendi, Fetava-yı Feyziye me'an-nukul, Fetava-yı Abdurrahim, Behçetü'l-fetava ve Neticetü'l-fetava me'an-nukul. Ayrıca, 16. yüzyıl şeyhülislamları Zenbilli Ali Efendi ve Ebussuud Efendi'ye ait bir grup fetvaya da başvurulmaktadır. This study tries to identify signs of status in fatwas of Ottoman şeyhülislams from 16th to 18th centuries. The main issue problematized in this study is the varying legal status of Ottoman individuals according to their moral and socioeconomic status. In order to show the link in this respect, various status signs ranging from occupation, to lineage, to piety, to knowledge, and to economic status are analyzed throughout the study. In this regard, the present study has two broad and interrelated questions on its agenda: how and to what extent socioeconomic status was at issue in determining individuals' legal status, and at what points this relationship between socioeconomic status and legal status intermeshed with concerns about the preservation of the social order. The primary sources that form the basis of this study are Fetava-yı Ali Efendi, Fetava-yı Feyziye me'an-nukul, Fetava-yı Abdurrahim, Behçetü'l-fetava, and Neticetü'l-fetava me'an-nukul. Apart from that, a group of fatwas belonging to the two 16th-century Ottoman şeyhülislams, namely, Zenbilli Ali Efendi and Ebussuud Efendi are also consulted. 114

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    Authors: İlhan, Zehra;

    Bu çalışmada 16. yüzyıldan 18. yüzyılın başlarına kadar olan zaman aralığında üretilmiş Osmanlı kitap resimlerinde erken modern Osmanlı toplumunun çocuklarının ve ergenlerinin nasıl temsil edildiklerini Osmanlı resim sanatı ve gelişimi içinde konumlandırmayı amaçlıyorum. Bu tezin iki temel odak noktası vardır. Birincisi; çocukluğun ve ergenliğin erken modern Osmanlılar için ne olduğunu ve ne anlama geldiğini temel olarak Osmanlı seçkinlerinin ürettiği birçok eser üzerinden inceleyerek çocukluk ve ergenlik algılarının cinsiyete, statüye ve yaşa bağlı olarak değiştiğini göstermektir. İkincisi; kitap resimlerinde çocukları ve ergenleri görselleştirirken kullanılan sanatsal teamülleri toplumdaki çocukluk ve ergenlik algıları ile bağdaştırarak tespit etmektir. This thesis aims to make an art historical examination of early modern children and adolescents in Ottoman book paintings that were produced from the sixteenth to the beginning of the eighteenth century. This thesis has two main focuses. The first one is to examine what childhood and adolescence were and meant for the early modern Ottomans through various literary sources derived primarily from the elite culture, and to demonstrate that the perception of childhood and adolescents depended on gender, class and age. Secondly, it attempts to illuminate the artistic conventions of representations of children and adolescents by exploring the book paintings in connection to the socio-legal and cultural dynamics of the early modern Ottoman society. 191

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    Authors: Krečković Gavrilović, Marija;

    Filozofski fakultet Predmet istraživanja ove disertacije su skeletni i arheološki markeri zdravstvenog i društvenog statusa osoba sahranjenih na nekropolama Mokrin i Ostojićevo. Analizirani su skeleti odraslih individua pronađeni u moriškim grobovima, a posebna pažnja posvećena je analizi hipoplastičnih defekata gleđi, te markerima nespecifičnog stresa (cribra orbitalia, porotična hiperostoza i periostoza). Istraživan je odnos između preživljenih epizoda stresa u detinjstvu (praćenih kroz prisustvo hipoplazije gleđi) i zdravstvenih ishoda i dužine životnog veka. U analizu su uključeni podaci o polu/rodu i socijalnom statusu. Cilj istraživanja je da kroz analizu zdravstvenog statusa odgovorimo na pitanja o individualnom i populacionom zdravlju, vezi preživljenog stresa u detinjstvu sa kasnijim zdravstvenim ishodima, ali i odnosu zdravlja i društvenog uređenja moriške kulturne grupe. Pretpostavili smo da će individue koje su preživele epizodu stresa u detinjstvu imati više šanse da razviju patološke promene kasnije u životu, da će živeti kraće, te da će biti nižeg rasta. Rezultati istraživanja pokazali su da, merene na ovaj način, epizode stresa preživljene u detinjstvu nisu uticale na ostvarivanje potencijala telesnog rasta, a da postoje naznake negativnog uticaja na dužinu životnog veka kod muškaraca i ograničenog negativnog uticaja na zdravstveni status. Analize odnosa zdravstvenih i društvenih markera upućuju nas na tumačenje društvenog uređenja moriške kulturne grupe kroz model rangiranih društava po kome razlilke u pristupu osnovnim resursima koji mogu uticati na zdravstvene ishode ne postoje među pripadnicima različitog pola/roda i društvenih kategorija. The subjects of research of this dissertation are skeletal and archaeological markers of health and social status of individuals buried in the necropolises of Mokrin and Ostojićevo. Skeletons of adult individuals found in Maros graves were analyzed, and special attention was paid to the analysis of hypoplastic defects of enamel, and markers of non-specific stress (cribra orbitalia, porotic hyperostosis and periostosis). The relationship between survival of stress episodes in childhood (monitored through the presence of enamel hypoplasia) and health outcomes and life expectancy was investigated. Sex/gender and social status data are included in the analysis. The aim of the research is to answer questions about individual and population health, the connection between surviving childhood stress and later health outcomes, but also the relationship between health and social organization of the Maros cultural group. We hypothesized that individuals who survived an episode of childhood stress would be more likely to develop pathological changes later in life, to have shorter life expectancy, and to be of shorter stature. The results of the research showed that, measured in this way, episodes of stress experienced in childhood did not affect the realization of physical growth potential, and that there are indications of negative impact on life expectancy in men and limited negative impact on health status. Analyses of the relationship between health and social markers lead us to interpret the social organization of Maros cultural group using the model of ranked societies, which posits that differences in access to basic resources that may affect health outcomes do not exist among members of different sexes/genders and social categories. 1

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    Authors: Smith, R; Ward-Perkins, B; Worth, J;

    This dataset represents the text and image data contained in the searchable database of the published evidence for statuary and inscribed statue bases set up after AD 284, that were new, newly dedicated, or newly re-worked. (This database was completed and made public in May 2012, with only some minor revisions thereafter). The deposit includes data for a small number of records that are not included in the public version, and the contents of some notes fields. Researchers are welcome to use the data for their own purposes but should acknowledge the original source, and re-use should not be for commercial purposes. Meanwhile, enquiries should go to LSA@classics.ox.ac.uk. The original database was constructed as part of a major project funded by the AHRC. The text data has been deposited in FileMaker and the images are JPEGs. In order to run the data as a database, FileMaker Pro will be required. Ancient towns were filled with life-size bronze and marble figures – by the third century important cities of the empire could have over a thousand such statues. The habit of erecting statues in public to rulers, and to other dignitaries and benefactors, was a defining characteristic of the ancient world. The dedication of statues expressed the relationship between rulers and ruled and articulated the benefaction-and-honour system of city politics. Statues also played a significant role in defining civic identity, and in forming and perpetuating a city’s collective memory. In the fourth to sixth centuries AD, statues continued to be erected in many parts of the empire – but already the uniform practices of earlier imperial times had broken down and become attenuated. By the mid-seventh century, the statue-habit, once ubiquitous, had completely disappeared from the Roman world. Not even in Constantinople were new statues set up. The ‘Last Statues of Antiquity’ project investigated all evidence for new statuary of the period circa 280–650, as well as the slow decline (and eventual death) of the ancient statue-habit.

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    Authors: Bowie, Ewen;

    Cet article analyse l’intérêt très limité que Philostrate porte aux femmes dans ses Vies des sophistes ainsi que la teinte majoritairement négative qu’ il donne à leurs portraits lorsqu’il les mentionne. De nombreuses femmes apparaissant dans les Vies sont des intrigantes qui jettent le discrédit sur un sophiste. Les parentes des sophistes apparaissent rarement et ne sont presque jamais nommées. Les sources épigraphiques soulignent ce choix de Philostrate d’évincer les femmes de la parenté lorsque la mention d’une femme de rang élevé aurait pu conforter son portrait d’ un sophiste. Philostrate, qui est aussi l’auteur d’une biographie en huit livres d’Apollonios de Tyane, figure de sage bâtie sur l’ascétisme et la chasteté, se faisait probablement une idée très différente de la place des femmes dans l’univers de la culture intellectuelle qu’un philosophe comme Plutarque. This paper addresses the very limited attention that Philostratus pays to women in his Lives of the Sophists and their predominantly negative portrayal when mentioned. Many women introduced in the Lives are schemers who bring disgrace upon a sophist. Sophists’ female relatives rarely figure and are almost never named, and epigraphic evidence shows Philostratus failing to note their high status even when relevant to his assessment of a sophist. The sophist who also wrote eight books on the a-sexual ascetic Apollonius of Tyana had a very different idea of women’ s place in the world of culture from such philosophers as Plutarch. Bowie Ewen. The Denigration and Marginalisation of Women in Philostratus’ Lives of the Sophists. In: Dialogues d'histoire ancienne. Supplément n°18, 2019. Femmes grecques de l'Orient romain. pp. 207-219.

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    Authors: Osborn, Lisa;

    Edited version: available immediately Full version: Access restricted permanently due to 3rd party restrictions. Restrictions set on 17.12.2018 by AS, Doctoral College This study reappraises the role and value of statues (i.e. the figure as sculpture) in order to determine what happens when we encounter these objects. The consideration and construction of statues in my studio practice has generated specific insights into statues as person-shaped objects and into our encounter with these objects. From the perspective of a practice making statues this study addresses how, through the encounter, statues both stimulate and obscure our perceptions of them as objects. My practitioner’s understanding of statues is articulated and enlarged by developing methods which allowed me to gain an expanded perspective of my practice, through data collected from conversations about statues, and via a subsequent diffractive dialogue with concepts gleaned from other disciplines. This research process has revealed specific characteristics of the encounter, and of statues themselves, that have been excluded or obscured by familiar assumptions and theories, such as a tacit consideration of statues that allows us to be unsettled by their nudity, or the role touch plays in considering statues, and ultimately the history of the object itself. These findings are considered through a sustained engagement with Object Oriented Ontology (after Harman). Through this process, my initial findings are subsequently expanded and further enhance a re-conception of the encounter and of statues as objects. Finally, I argue for the importance of considering this reappraisal of the role the encounter with statues could play in revealing and reframing our relations with objects more generally.

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    Authors: Barbet, Alix;

    Statues habillées en toge au-dessus d’une tombe de Pompéi. Statues dressed in toga above a tomb in Pompeii. Statue vestite in toga sopra una tomba a Pompei.

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    Authors: Boucharlat, Rémy;

    « Quand les rois écrivent l’histoire, leur vérité devient la vérité ». Cette constatation n’est pas originale, mais elle le point de départ d’une réflexion de P.B. sur la réalité de certaines affirmations qui paraissent découler de textes égyptiens d’époque ptolémaïque, mais aussi séleucides. Si l’A. avait déjà eu l’occasion de mettre en doute l’enthousiasme des populations accueillant Alexandre le libérateur, comme le narrent les auteurs grecs – comme on peut douter aussi de l’accueil triomp...

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    Authors: Cadario, Matteo;

    L’article propose une réflexion sur les espaces de représentation en Italie du Nord à partir de la ville de Luni. À Luni, il est possible d’obtenir une vue d’ensemble de la présence des statues impériales et des statues des élites locales dans une ville romaine de taille moyenne. Après la présentation des statues et des dédicaces découvertes dans les loca publica (area Capitolina, Basilique, Forum, Curie, Area con fontane, théâtre, « Grande Tempio »), le celeberrimus locus de Luni a été reconnu sur le côté nord du forum. Il était dédié à la construction de la mémoire civique à travers la conservation des anciens monuments honorifiques. Il été également possible de reconnaître l’espace choisi pour l’auto-représentation des élites municipales dans la porticus qui entoure le Capitolium. La répartition des portraits impériaux a finalement permis de suivre l’évolution de la hiérarchie des espaces de représentation dans la ville : la zone nord du forum était la seule à recevoir des honneurs pendant toute l’histoire de Luni. Vers le milieu du Ier s. ap. J.-C., il y avait une prolifération de lieux de représentation que conduirait à attribuer à la famille impériale au moins trois espaces privilégiés : l’odéon, la basilique et « l’Area con fontane ». L’image impériale était devenue omniprésente dans la ville. Au troisième siècle les espaces de représentation étaient réduits et les dédicaces étaient concentrées de nouveau dans l’area Capitolina. L’articolo propone una riflessione sugli spazi di rappresentazione in Italia settentrionale a partire dalla città di Luni. Luni consente infatti di ricostruire il quadro di insieme della presenza delle statue imperiali e di quelle delle élites locali in una città romana di medie dimensioni. Dopo aver presentato i loca publica (area Capitolina, basilica, foro, curia, Area con fontane, teatro, “Grande Tempio”) e i relativi rinvenimenti di statue e dediche onorarie, nell’area a nord del foro è stato riconosciuto il celeberrimus locus cittadino, dedicato anche alla costruzione della memoria civica mediante la conservazione dei più antichi monumenti onorari cittadini. È stato inoltre possibile riconoscere nel porticato lo spazio scelto dall’élite locale per la propria autorappresentazione La distribuzione dei ritratti imperiali ha permesso infine di seguire l’evoluzione della gerarchia degli spazi di rappresentazione nella città: l’area a nord del foro fu l’unica ad accogliere onori per tutto il corso della storia lunense. Intorno alla metà del I sec. d.C. vi fu però una moltiplicazione dei luoghi di rappresentazione che comportò l’assegnazione alla famiglia imperiale di almeno tre spazi privilegiati: odeum, basilica e l’Area con fontane. L’immagine imperiale era diventata veramente onnipresente nella città. Nel III sec. d.C., comunque ricco di dediche, gli spazi di rappresentazione si contrassero di nuovo, limitandosi all’area Capitolina.

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    Authors: Atabey, Ali;

    Bu çalışma, 16 ila 18. yüzyıllar arası döneme ait Osmanlı şeyhülislam fetvalarında yer alan statü göstergelerini saptamaya çalışmaktadır. Bu çalışmada sorunsallaştırılan temel mesele, Osmanlı bireylerinin ahlaki ve sosyoekonomik statülerine göre farklılaşan hukuki statüleridir. Çalışma boyunca, bu yöndeki bağlantıyı göstermek amacıyla meslek, soy, dindarlık, bilgi ve ekonomik statü gibi bir çok farklı statü göstergesi ele alınmaktadır. Bu bağlamda, mevcut çalışma, gündemine iki genel ve bağlantılı soruyu almaktadır: Sosyoekonomik statü, bireylerin hukuki statüsünün belirlenmesinde nasıl ve ne dereceye kadar rol oynamıştır? Sosyoekonomik statü ile hukuki statü arasındaki bu ilişki hangi noktalarda sosyal düzenin korunmasına yönelik kaygılarla kesişmektedir? Bu çalışmanın temelini oluşturan birincil kaynaklar şunlardır: Fetava-yı Ali Efendi, Fetava-yı Feyziye me'an-nukul, Fetava-yı Abdurrahim, Behçetü'l-fetava ve Neticetü'l-fetava me'an-nukul. Ayrıca, 16. yüzyıl şeyhülislamları Zenbilli Ali Efendi ve Ebussuud Efendi'ye ait bir grup fetvaya da başvurulmaktadır. This study tries to identify signs of status in fatwas of Ottoman şeyhülislams from 16th to 18th centuries. The main issue problematized in this study is the varying legal status of Ottoman individuals according to their moral and socioeconomic status. In order to show the link in this respect, various status signs ranging from occupation, to lineage, to piety, to knowledge, and to economic status are analyzed throughout the study. In this regard, the present study has two broad and interrelated questions on its agenda: how and to what extent socioeconomic status was at issue in determining individuals' legal status, and at what points this relationship between socioeconomic status and legal status intermeshed with concerns about the preservation of the social order. The primary sources that form the basis of this study are Fetava-yı Ali Efendi, Fetava-yı Feyziye me'an-nukul, Fetava-yı Abdurrahim, Behçetü'l-fetava, and Neticetü'l-fetava me'an-nukul. Apart from that, a group of fatwas belonging to the two 16th-century Ottoman şeyhülislams, namely, Zenbilli Ali Efendi and Ebussuud Efendi are also consulted. 114

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    Bu çalışmada 16. yüzyıldan 18. yüzyılın başlarına kadar olan zaman aralığında üretilmiş Osmanlı kitap resimlerinde erken modern Osmanlı toplumunun çocuklarının ve ergenlerinin nasıl temsil edildiklerini Osmanlı resim sanatı ve gelişimi içinde konumlandırmayı amaçlıyorum. Bu tezin iki temel odak noktası vardır. Birincisi; çocukluğun ve ergenliğin erken modern Osmanlılar için ne olduğunu ve ne anlama geldiğini temel olarak Osmanlı seçkinlerinin ürettiği birçok eser üzerinden inceleyerek çocukluk ve ergenlik algılarının cinsiyete, statüye ve yaşa bağlı olarak değiştiğini göstermektir. İkincisi; kitap resimlerinde çocukları ve ergenleri görselleştirirken kullanılan sanatsal teamülleri toplumdaki çocukluk ve ergenlik algıları ile bağdaştırarak tespit etmektir. This thesis aims to make an art historical examination of early modern children and adolescents in Ottoman book paintings that were produced from the sixteenth to the beginning of the eighteenth century. This thesis has two main focuses. The first one is to examine what childhood and adolescence were and meant for the early modern Ottomans through various literary sources derived primarily from the elite culture, and to demonstrate that the perception of childhood and adolescents depended on gender, class and age. Secondly, it attempts to illuminate the artistic conventions of representations of children and adolescents by exploring the book paintings in connection to the socio-legal and cultural dynamics of the early modern Ottoman society. 191

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    Authors: Krečković Gavrilović, Marija;

    Filozofski fakultet Predmet istraživanja ove disertacije su skeletni i arheološki markeri zdravstvenog i društvenog statusa osoba sahranjenih na nekropolama Mokrin i Ostojićevo. Analizirani su skeleti odraslih individua pronađeni u moriškim grobovima, a posebna pažnja posvećena je analizi hipoplastičnih defekata gleđi, te markerima nespecifičnog stresa (cribra orbitalia, porotična hiperostoza i periostoza). Istraživan je odnos između preživljenih epizoda stresa u detinjstvu (praćenih kroz prisustvo hipoplazije gleđi) i zdravstvenih ishoda i dužine životnog veka. U analizu su uključeni podaci o polu/rodu i socijalnom statusu. Cilj istraživanja je da kroz analizu zdravstvenog statusa odgovorimo na pitanja o individualnom i populacionom zdravlju, vezi preživljenog stresa u detinjstvu sa kasnijim zdravstvenim ishodima, ali i odnosu zdravlja i društvenog uređenja moriške kulturne grupe. Pretpostavili smo da će individue koje su preživele epizodu stresa u detinjstvu imati više šanse da razviju patološke promene kasnije u životu, da će živeti kraće, te da će biti nižeg rasta. Rezultati istraživanja pokazali su da, merene na ovaj način, epizode stresa preživljene u detinjstvu nisu uticale na ostvarivanje potencijala telesnog rasta, a da postoje naznake negativnog uticaja na dužinu životnog veka kod muškaraca i ograničenog negativnog uticaja na zdravstveni status. Analize odnosa zdravstvenih i društvenih markera upućuju nas na tumačenje društvenog uređenja moriške kulturne grupe kroz model rangiranih društava po kome razlilke u pristupu osnovnim resursima koji mogu uticati na zdravstvene ishode ne postoje među pripadnicima različitog pola/roda i društvenih kategorija. The subjects of research of this dissertation are skeletal and archaeological markers of health and social status of individuals buried in the necropolises of Mokrin and Ostojićevo. Skeletons of adult individuals found in Maros graves were analyzed, and special attention was paid to the analysis of hypoplastic defects of enamel, and markers of non-specific stress (cribra orbitalia, porotic hyperostosis and periostosis). The relationship between survival of stress episodes in childhood (monitored through the presence of enamel hypoplasia) and health outcomes and life expectancy was investigated. Sex/gender and social status data are included in the analysis. The aim of the research is to answer questions about individual and population health, the connection between surviving childhood stress and later health outcomes, but also the relationship between health and social organization of the Maros cultural group. We hypothesized that individuals who survived an episode of childhood stress would be more likely to develop pathological changes later in life, to have shorter life expectancy, and to be of shorter stature. The results of the research showed that, measured in this way, episodes of stress experienced in childhood did not affect the realization of physical growth potential, and that there are indications of negative impact on life expectancy in men and limited negative impact on health status. Analyses of the relationship between health and social markers lead us to interpret the social organization of Maros cultural group using the model of ranked societies, which posits that differences in access to basic resources that may affect health outcomes do not exist among members of different sexes/genders and social categories. 1

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    Authors: Smith, R; Ward-Perkins, B; Worth, J;

    This dataset represents the text and image data contained in the searchable database of the published evidence for statuary and inscribed statue bases set up after AD 284, that were new, newly dedicated, or newly re-worked. (This database was completed and made public in May 2012, with only some minor revisions thereafter). The deposit includes data for a small number of records that are not included in the public version, and the contents of some notes fields. Researchers are welcome to use the data for their own purposes but should acknowledge the original source, and re-use should not be for commercial purposes. Meanwhile, enquiries should go to LSA@classics.ox.ac.uk. The original database was constructed as part of a major project funded by the AHRC. The text data has been deposited in FileMaker and the images are JPEGs. In order to run the data as a database, FileMaker Pro will be required. Ancient towns were filled with life-size bronze and marble figures – by the third century important cities of the empire could have over a thousand such statues. The habit of erecting statues in public to rulers, and to other dignitaries and benefactors, was a defining characteristic of the ancient world. The dedication of statues expressed the relationship between rulers and ruled and articulated the benefaction-and-honour system of city politics. Statues also played a significant role in defining civic identity, and in forming and perpetuating a city’s collective memory. In the fourth to sixth centuries AD, statues continued to be erected in many parts of the empire – but already the uniform practices of earlier imperial times had broken down and become attenuated. By the mid-seventh century, the statue-habit, once ubiquitous, had completely disappeared from the Roman world. Not even in Constantinople were new statues set up. The ‘Last Statues of Antiquity’ project investigated all evidence for new statuary of the period circa 280–650, as well as the slow decline (and eventual death) of the ancient statue-habit.

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