Cicéron, collectionnisme et connaissance de l´art grec : (projet « Pillages de guerre vs. culture esthétique : les œuvres d'art grecques dans le contexte romain pendant la période de la République »)

Abstract : This study aims to show, by highlighting the importance of the combination of archaeological evidence and literary sources, the aspects of the transfer of Greek works of art by the Romans at the end of the Republic and specifically at the time of Cicero. The orator and man of letters, who officially disapproves all interest in art, considered as excessive, is actually a passionate collector of Greek art and what’s more, his treatises on rhetoric even attests a thorough knowledge of art history in his case as well as in his contemporaries’.
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Karolina Kaderka. Cicéron, collectionnisme et connaissance de l´art grec : (projet « Pillages de guerre vs. culture esthétique : les œuvres d'art grecques dans le contexte romain pendant la période de la République »). 2017. ⟨halshs-01539108v1⟩

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