"...this volume makes a significant contribution to our efforts to comprehend the past. It offers...important new perspectives and insights on the physical and textual remains of antiquity and their reception by artists, architects, and writers from medieval to modern times." Sixteenth Century Journal
Descrizione del libro
First published in 2000, Antiquity and its Interpreters examines how the physical and textual remains of the ancient Romans were viewed and received by writers, artists, and cultural makers of early modern Italy. It also provides a synthesis of seminal work that recognizes the reciprocal relationship of the Renaissance to antiquity.