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First Chapter: The possible continuity of workshop and sculptural tradition from Myron - Praxiteles the Elder - Styppax from Cyprus - Lycius - Strongylion - Olympiosthenes up until Cephisodotus the Elder: a. Myron; b. Praxiteles; c. Styppax; d. Philiscus; e. Lycius; f. Strongylion; g. Olympiosthenes; h. Cephisodotus the lder; i. Xenophon of Athens; Second Chapter: Birth, family, social conditions and education of Praxiteles (c. 395-75); Third Chapter: The activity of Praxiteles in the workshop of Cephisodotus the Elder (around 375-68): 1. The Acanthus' Column at Delphi; 2. The Warrior standing beside a horse, at Athens; 3. The Tyrant-slayers; 4. The Charioteer placed in a quadriga made by Calamis; Fourth Chapter: Praxiteles at the helm of his workshop. His participation in Plato's environment and the beginning of his relationship with Phryne (368-4): 5. The Kidnapping of Persephone; 6. Persephone descending to the Underworld; 7. The Thyiades; 8. The Caryatids; 9. The Sileni; 10. The Maenads; 11. The base of a choregic monument Athens, National Archaeological Museum, no. 1463; 12. The triad of Demeter, Kore and Iakchus; 13. The triad of Flora, Triptolemus and Ceres; 14. The statue of Cliocratia; 15. The bronze Dionysus; 16. The Archer Eros; 17. The triad of Thespiae; 18. The Pouring Satyr; 19. Danae, the Nymphs and Pan; 20. The Weeping Matron and the Merry Courtesan; 21. The bronze statue of Eros Diadumenus; Photographical references; General Index.
The Art of Praxiteles V
The last years of the sculptor (around 340 to 326 BC).
The Art of Praxiteles IV
The Late Phase of his Activity.
The Art of Praxiteles III
The Advanced Maturity of the Sculptor.
The Art of Praxiteles II
The Mature Years.
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Potere e orgoglio
Archeologia del sogno rituale
Dall'arcaismo alla tarda antichità nel mondo greco-romano
Virtually Reconstructing the Past
Estimating Labour Costs through Digital Technologies