10/11: Instantiating Memory: ceremonies, processions, events

Jonathan C. Edmondson, “The Cultural Politics of Public Spectacle in Rome and the Greek East, 167-166 BCE,” in The Art of Ancient Spectacle, B. Bergmann and C. Kondoleon, eds. (New Haven, Yale University Press: 1999), pp. 77-96.

Richard Brilliant, “’Let the Trumpets Roar!’ The Roman Triumph,” in The Art of Ancient Spectacle, B. Bergmann and C. Kondoleon, eds. (New Haven, Yale University Press: 1999), pp. 221-30.

Myles McDonnell, “Roman Aesthetics and the Spoils of Syracuse,” in Dillon and Welch, pp. 68-90.

Katherine E. Welch, “Domi Militiaeque: Roman Domestic Aesthetics and War Booty in the Republic,” in Dillon and Welch, pp. 91-161.

Laura S. Klar, “The Origins of the Roman Scaenae Frons and the Architecture of Triumphal Games in the Second Century B.C.,” in Dillon and Welch, pp. 162-183.