- Title Pages
- Contributors and Editors
- 1 Songs for Heroes: The Lack of Images in Early Greece
- 2 The Uses of Writing on Early Greek Painted Pottery
- 3 Tools of the Trade
- 4 Meaning and Narrative Techniques in Statue-Bases of the Pheidian Circle
- 5 Small World: Pygmies and co.
- 6 Plato and Painting
- 7 Vases and Tragic Drama: Euripides’ <i>Medea</i> and Sophocles’ lost <i>Tereus</i>
- 8 <i>Eidôla</i> in Epic, Tragedy and Vase-Painting
- 9 Placing Theatre in the History of Vision
- 10 Social Structure, Cultural Rationalisation and Aesthetic Judgement in Classical Greece
- 11 Losing the Picture: Change and Continuity in Athenian Grave Monuments in the Fourth and Third Centuries BC
- 12 Archaic and Classical Greek Temple Sculpture and the Viewer
- Programme of the First Leventis Greek Conference Word and Image in Ancient Greece
- Index Locorum
Word and Image in Ancient Greece
- Word And Image In Ancient Greece
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