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Monuments illustrating old and middle comedy

T. B. L. Webster

Monuments illustrating old and middle comedy

by T. B. L. Webster

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Published by Institute of Classical Studies in London .
Written in English

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  • Greek drama (Comedy) -- Illustrations -- Catalogs.

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    Statementby T. B. L. Webster.
    SeriesUniversity of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplement no. 39, Bulletin supplement (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies) -- no. 39
    ContributionsGreen, J. R.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 286 p., 13 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22023186M
    ISBN 10900587385

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39) [T. L Webster] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: The catalogue of monuments in GTP is arranged under the main subject-headings of Tragedy and Satyr Play, Old and Middle Comedy, New Comedy, and Origins. Each of these groups is then subdivided geographical-ly into Athens, Sicily and Italy, Mainland Greece, Islands, and Asia Minor and Africa.

Monuments illustrating Old and Middle Comedy, 3rd ed., BlCS Supplement 39 (London ) A. Trendall, Phlyax vases, 2nd ed., BICS Supplement 19 (London ) A.

Trendall, A. Cambitoglou, The. This book offers an interpretation of the handling of costume in the plays of the fifth-century comic poet Aristophanes.

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Monuments illustrating old and middle comedy (Bulletin supplement - University of London, Institute of Classical Studies ; no. 39) Jan 1, by T. L Webster. Thomas Bertram Lonsdale Webster (3 July – 31 May ) was an English archaeologist and Classicist, known for his studies of Greek comedy.

He was the son of Sir Thomas Lonsdale World War I he attended a student at Oxford University, he first studied Greek vases that John Beazley had brought in, but soon switched to Menander and developed a. Dramatic Monuments T. Webster: (I) Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy. Viii+80; 6 Plates.

(2) Monuments Illustrating New s: George Schedler. Various books, chapters in books and articles have been recently written about masks and their function in ancient performance.

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More than half of the comic vases dating from the third quarter of the fourth century BC. Bremmer, Jan N. London: University of London, Institute of Classical Studies, Description Book — vii, p.: maps ; 28 cm. Online. Google Books (Full view). Webster, T.B.L.

Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy (3rd edition, revised and enlarged by Green, Bulletin of Institute of Classical Studies supplem London, ) Webster, T.B.L. Monuments Illustrating New Comedy (3rd edition, revised and enlarged by Green and Seeberg, Bulletin of Institute of Classical Studies supplement The Athenian Institution ofthe Khoregia This book is the first major study of the means wby which the classical Athenians organised and funded their many festival choruses.

It explores the mechanics ofthe MMC T. Webster, Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy, rd edn, rev. Green, File Size: KB. Webster T. Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy 3rd ed. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. Suppl. 39 London Webster T. Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy 3rd ed.

Bulletin of the Institute of Classical by:. Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections is an open access publication, which means that all content is available without A Source Book in Translation. 4th edition () Webster: T. B. L. Webster, Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy.

3rd edition, by J. R. Green ().The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Comedy marks the first comprehensive introduction to and reference work for the unified study of ancient comedy.

From the birth of comedy in Greece to its end in Rome, from the Hellenistic diffusion of performances after the death of Menander.The traditional division of Athenian comedy into three phases—Old, Middle and New Comedy—is accepted.

Old Comedy is internally periodized as follows: (a) the first decades ( BC), the era of mainly Magnes and Chionides, in which comedy became ‘official’ and appropriated a plethora of pre-existing forms of ‘comic’ performance.