The Honorific Statues of Delphi1
The following article is about all honorific statues from Delphi granted by Delphic public authorities and private individuals, and by the citizens and civic bodies of other cities and koina. It concentrates on the unique dual nature (local and international) of the statue habit which was the main feature in the honorific statuary practice in the territory of Delphi, moving from the mid-4th century B. C., through to the late-4 th century A. D. The aim of the article is to interpret the available evidence by going beyond conventional, centennial periodization, and to present the significant trends that occurred in the Delphic statue culture over time.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2019
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