In the second half of 1950s new Second Style wall paintings associated with a Nilotic frieze were discovered at Ancon. After being detached from the walls and restored by the ICR at Rome, they were exhibited in the Archaeological National Museum at Ancon, where still they remain. Starting from the direct analysis of such paintings and their unedited archival documents, the contribution discusses the decorative system and its details offering for the first time graphic and photographic reliefs of the context.

Nilotica, architetture illusionistiche e danza di satiri: le pitture dalla domus di via Fanti ad Ancona. Dall’analisi compositiva alla percezione visiva

Anna santucci
2020-01-01

Abstract

In the second half of 1950s new Second Style wall paintings associated with a Nilotic frieze were discovered at Ancon. After being detached from the walls and restored by the ICR at Rome, they were exhibited in the Archaeological National Museum at Ancon, where still they remain. Starting from the direct analysis of such paintings and their unedited archival documents, the contribution discusses the decorative system and its details offering for the first time graphic and photographic reliefs of the context.
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