- Author:Margarete Bieber
- Publisher:New York University Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1977)
- Pages:302 pages
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Margarete Bieber (31 July 1879 – 25 February 1978) was a Jewish German-American art historian, classical archaeologist and professor. Ancient copies: Contributions to the history of Greek and Roman art. New York: New York . ISBN 978-0-8147-0970-2.
Margarete Bieber (31 July 1879 – 25 February 1978) was a Jewish German-American art historian, classical archaeologist and professor. She became the second woman university professor in Germany in 1919 when she took a position at the University of Giessen. She studied the theatre of ancient Greece and Rome as well as the sculpture and clothing in ancient Rome and Greece.
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Home Bieber, Margarete Ancient Copies: Contributions to the History of Greek and Roman. in Judging Roman Copies, Addition of Clothing and Attributes, Copies of Herculaneum Women, Typical Mistakes and Mannerisms Found in Roman Copies, Late Antique and Early Christian Copies, et cetera.
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Bieber's 11th book, Copies: A Contribution to the History of GraecoRoman Sculpture, was published two years ago, when she was 96. Other books included History of the Greek and Roman Theater (1961), Sculpture of the Hellenistic Age (1955) and 1961) and Alexander the Great in Greek and Roman Art (1964). On her 90th birthday in 1969, two of her colleagues, Prof. Larissa Warren of New York University and Prof.
The label Roman copy after a Greek original can be found in museums throughout the world on most Roman sculptures . New York: New York Univ.
The label Roman copy after a Greek original can be found in museums throughout the world on most Roman sculptures that portray deities, heroes, or athletes. Its origin goes back to the early 18th century, when learned travelers such as Joseph Addison and Jonathan Richardson Jr. first conjectured that most ancient statues known in their time were Roman copies after lost Greek prototypes.