Situla art: ceremonial bronzes of ancient Europe
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Situla art: ceremonial bronzes of ancient Europe by JozМЊe Kastelic

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Published by Thames & Hudson in London .
Written in English


  • Bronzes, Ancient

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Edition Notes

Statementwith contributions by Karl Kromer and Guido Mansuelli.
ContributionsGrčević, Mladen, illus., Kromer, Karl, writer on archaeology., Mansuelli, Guido Achille.
LC ClassificationsNK7907 .K3513 1966
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 80 p.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6014342M
LC Control Number66071074

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  The situla of Vace (Slovenia) is dated at the 5th Century B.C. The figures sculpted on it are distributed in three bands. The first band portrays a solemn parade of horses, knights, carts; the second one is a sequel of holy scenes with priestesses and priests; while the third one represents a line of magical animals (Editiones Veneti).   A situla is a bucket designed to hold holy water. Ivory situlae are very rare and were apparently only made for special ceremonial occasions. Among the few situale which survive, this example stands out in the unusually high quality of its workmanship, and . Frey picks up the discussion where Bonfante ends, by presenting the world of situla art. Situla art objects are found in the regions of the northern Adriatic and eastern Alpine communities (modern Slovenia, Austria and north-east Italy) in the late Halstatt period, from the late sixth to the fourth century BC. They are named after bronze. Discovery. Luristan bronze objects came to the notice of the world art market from the late s and were excavated in considerable quantities by local people, "wild tribesmen who did not encourage the competition of qualified excavators", and taken through networks of dealers, latterly illegally, to Europe or America, without information about the contexts in which they were found.

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