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Graffiti figurés d'Égypte sous domination romaine

Abstract : In contrast to the official decorative programs, the figurative graffiti are impromptu and spontaneous works ; likely to transmit a kind of personal immediacy, they are precious for studying the past societies. In Roman Egypt, the series connection of iconographic types reveals, however, that the graffiti may reflect the canonical rules of their period, beyond the informal nature of their technical execution.
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Agnès Tricoche. Graffiti figurés d'Égypte sous domination romaine. Grecs et Romains en Égypte : territoires, espaces de la vie et de la mort, objets de prestige et du quotidien, Pascale Ballet, Mar 2008, Paris, France. p. 93-106. ⟨hal-01822833⟩



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