Boston: Department of Classical Art, Museum of Fine Arts, 1981. Softcover. VG- (Light wear and scuffing to cover edges, light aging of pages.). Black and illus. wraps. xii, 117 pp. Numerous bw plates. On spine: "Judaea Capta Sed Non Devicta." The second of a four-part series that studies iconography and portraiture from the Roman Empire and beyond. This volume addresses Greek art in the Holy Land; Roman art in Judaea; the Jewish experience in Roman visual history; and Jewish civic art in the Roman world. With many illustrations of portraiture and busts. (Inventory #: 32785)
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