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  • Authors: Guidini, Augusto;

    Testa di statua, collocata su un piedistallo, con davanti la riproduzione di un orecchio

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  • Authors: Guidini, Augusto;

    Ritratto della testa della statua di Solone preso di profilo Solone

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    Busto di statua femminile rivolto verso destra e, con capigliatura semi raccolta; al di sotto un piccolo piedistallo

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    L'immagine mostra la statua raffiguranmte Pio IX in trono, alle spalle un giardino Pio IX. Modello di V. Vela

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  • Authors: Anderson, Domenico;

    L'immagine mostra una statua, facente parte di una struttura di cui è rimasta una parte a cui si appoggia la scultura, rappresentante un giovane voltato a sinistra. Il volto e il busto sono intatti, mentre la parte inferiore del corpo pare sia in uno stato grezzo Roma. Frammento trecentesco. Grotte Vaticane

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    L'immmagine inquadra il busto della statua realizzata da Michelangelo. Roma. Mosè di Michelangelo mezza figura

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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: Anderson, Domenico;

    L'immagine rappresenta la statua di un angelo dalla tunica decorata, che alza il braccio sinistro ad indicare verso l'alto Roma. Frammento di tomba trecentesca. Grotte vatic.

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  • Authors: Crespi, Felice;

    La fotografia inquadra la statua collocata nella nicchia a sinistra del portale d'ingresso dell'Ospedale Maggiore di Milano Dettaglio Ospedale maggiore. Milano

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  • Authors: Pozzi, Pompeo;

    L'immagine mostra il monumento funebre realizzato per Bartolomeo Colleoni, sito all'interno della cappella a lui dedicata. Bergamo. Mausoleo Colleoni

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  • Authors: Guidini, Augusto;

    Testa di statua, collocata su un piedistallo, con davanti la riproduzione di un orecchio

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    Ritratto della testa della statua di Solone preso di profilo Solone

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  • Authors: Guidini, Augusto;

    Busto di statua femminile rivolto verso destra e, con capigliatura semi raccolta; al di sotto un piccolo piedistallo

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  • Authors: Autore non identificato;

    L'immagine mostra la statua raffiguranmte Pio IX in trono, alle spalle un giardino Pio IX. Modello di V. Vela

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  • Authors: Anderson, Domenico;

    L'immagine mostra una statua, facente parte di una struttura di cui è rimasta una parte a cui si appoggia la scultura, rappresentante un giovane voltato a sinistra. Il volto e il busto sono intatti, mentre la parte inferiore del corpo pare sia in uno stato grezzo Roma. Frammento trecentesco. Grotte Vaticane

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    L'immmagine inquadra il busto della statua realizzata da Michelangelo. Roma. Mosè di Michelangelo mezza figura

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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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