LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
(at end)

FIGURES
1 Motion lines and axes: Meleager and Apollo Belvedere
2 Cornice sections: Aegina, Olympia, Hephaisteion, Parthenon, Epidaurus, Tegea
3 Tegea: clamping arrangements for the pediments
4 Tegea: sight-lines from altar (section)
5 Tegea: sight-lines from altar (plan)
6 Statue bases: Hermes, Berlin; Herakles, Los Angeles; Alektryon, Delphi
7 Group of Aphrodite, Pothos and Phaethon, Samothrace: suggested reconstruction

PLATES
1a-d Akroterion, Tegea 59: cat. no. 1
2a-c Akroterion, Tegea 59: cat. no. 1
d Hand fragment, Tegea 56: cat. no. 2
3a-d Akroterion, Tegea 2288: cat. no. 3
4a-d Female head, Tegea 61: cat. no. 4
5a Boar's head, Athens NM 178: cat. no. 55
b, c Dog's head, Tegea 89: cat. no. 6
6a Do, Tegea (unnumbered): cat. no. 7
b, c Female torso, Tegea 2297: cat. no. 8
7a-d Male head, Athens NM 179: cat. no. 9
8a, b Male head, Athens NM 179: cat. no. 9
c, d Male head, Tegea (unnumbered): cat. no. 10
9a, b Male torso, Tegea 65: cat. no. 11
c, d Male torsos, Tegea 64 and 1309 (montage): cat. nos. 12 and 13
10a-c Male torso, Tegea 64: cat. no. 12
11a-c Male torso, Tegea 1309: cat. no. 13

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations (at End) ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction: Methods of Approach 1
  • Part I: the Tegea Sculptures 5
  • Chapter One - Technique 39
  • Chapter Two - Composition 48
  • Chapter Three - Iconography and Interpretation 59
  • Chapter Four - Style 70
  • Chapter Five - Skopas in Tegea 80
  • Part Ii: Skopas 85
  • Chapter Six - Antecedents 85
  • Appendix 90
  • Chapter Eight Skopas in Asia 101
  • Chapter Nine Late Works 110
  • Part Iii: Documentation 126
  • Appendix 1 the Literary Sources 126
  • Notes 135
  • Appendix 2 Classical, Hellenistic and Roman Representations of the Calydonian Hunt 136
  • Appendix 3 the Arcadian Dynasty 138
  • Appendix 4 Copies of Major Works Considered in Chafters 7-9 139
  • Appendix 5 Proportions of the Los Angeles Herakles, Lansdowne Herakles and Meleager (cf. Plates 31, 42 and 44) 147
  • Select Bibliography 149
  • Notes 152
  • General Index 177
  • Index of Sources 183
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