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Stucs architecturaux animés près de la Porte sud de Jérash (Jordanie)

Claude Vibert-Guigue 1 Hélène Eristov 2
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AOROC - Archéologies d'Orient et d'Occident et Sciences des textes
Abstract : At Jerash, during the excavations of two shops and the associated houses, near the South Gate, two stucco decorations (?) were found, well-dated of the mid-third century AD. In the Carpenter’s house, a series of mouldings belongs either to the top of the wall, or to a door lintel. In the oil-mill house, fillets and tori are combined with a head between scrolls, and minor busts. This most elaborate cornice confirms the local taste for figured entablatures.
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Claude Vibert-Guigue, Hélène Eristov. Stucs architecturaux animés près de la Porte sud de Jérash (Jordanie). Syria. Archéologie, art et histoire, IFPO, 2019, Stucs d'Orient, Supplément (5), pp.171-182. ⟨halshs-02280709⟩



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