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Entre répertoires anatolien, grec et perse: la transmission des motifs iconographiques en Lycie (VIe s. - IVe s. avant J.-C.)

Abstract : Based on significant examples belonging to Lycian sculpture and wall painting, this paper aims at studying modes and contexts of iconographic patterns’ transmission to Lycia. It points out different phenomena, such as : borrowings (sometimes for the same design) from foreign arts, Greek or Persian ; the translation of iconographic patterns originally present on other media into stone ; the geographical and chronological gap between Lycian images and probable models ; the adaptations and reinterpretations of iconographic patterns ; the Greek style impact.
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Fabienne Colas Rannou. Entre répertoires anatolien, grec et perse: la transmission des motifs iconographiques en Lycie (VIe s. - IVe s. avant J.-C.). Fabienne Colas-Rannou; Marianne Jakobi. Élaborer, transmettre, créer. Essais pour une histoire de l'art diachronique et pluridisciplinaire II, Presses universitaires Blaise Pascal, p. 35-55, 2017, collection Histoires croisées, 978-2-84516-768-1. ⟨hal-03002488⟩

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