ICS BiblioSelect: Sculpture

Comstock, Mary and Cornelius Vermeule. Sculpture in Stone: The Greek, Roman, and Etruscan Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1976.

Grabar, André. Sculptures byzantines de Constantinople, IVe–Xe siècles. Paris: Maisonneuve, 1963.

Guidobaldi, Federico, Claudia Barsante, Alessandra GuigliaGuidobaldi, and Alessandro Bonnanni. San Clemente: La Scultura del VI Secolo con un catalogodellesculturealtomedievali. Rome: San Clemente, 1992.

Hannestad, Niels. “How Did Rising Christianity Cope with Pagan Sculpture?” in East and West: Modes of Communication: Proceedings of the First Plenary Conference at Mérida, eds. Evangelos Chrysos and Ian Wood. Leiden: Brill, 1999, pp. 173–204.

James, Liz. “Pray Not to Fall into Temptation and Be on Your Guard.” Pagan Statues in Christian Constantinople,” in Gesta 1.35 (1996), pp. 12–20.

Kiilerich, Bente. Late Fourth Century Classicism in the Plastic Arts: Studies in the So-Called Theodosian Renaissance. Odense, Denmark: Odense University Press, 1993.

Mango, Cyril. “Antique Statuary and the Byzantine Beholder” in Dumbarton Oaks Papers 17 (1963), pp. 55–75.

Smith, R. R. R., and Julia Lenaghan, eds. Aphrodisias’tan Roma Portreleri/Roman Portraits from Aphrodisias. Istanbul: Yapı Kredi, 2008.

Stewart, Peter. “The Destruction of Statues in Late Antiquity,” in Constructing Identities in Late Antiquity, ed. R. Miles. London: Routledge, 1999, pp. 159–189.

Stirling, Lea. The Learned Collector: Mythologial Statuettes and Classical Taste in Late Antique Gaul. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005.