Browse College of Fine and Applied Arts by Contributor "Eric Hostetter"
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(2009)My dissertation traces the Italic roots for the iconographies and roles of Herakles in central and northern Italy (i.e., Etrusco-Italic Hercle) prior to Roman hegemony (ca. 1000--300 BCE). The thesis begins with the premise ...
(2006)Despite continuous archaeological investigations for more than a century, the domestic sphere in Carthage remains only superficially understood. In this dissertation, therefore, I examine all extant sources of evidence for ...
(2000)From the second half of the seventh century and through the sixth century BC, monumental building complexes were erected in proto-urban settlements in Etruria and Latium. Located on prominent positions within settlements ...
The Temple Terracottas of Etruscan Orvieto: A Vision of the Underworld in the Art and Cult of Ancient Volsinii (2007)Incorporating both Etruscan as well as Greek myth, the themes selected for their cultic structures may also have been reflected in numerous locally produced small-scale works, many with ritual connotations which highlights ...