0222 From Living to Visual Images. Paradigms of Corporeal Iconicity in Late Antiquity
By exploring the various traditions of iconic living present in the Roman world in the period preceding the affirmation of the icon, the contributions in this thematic issue recreate part of the context in which the concept of icon was formed, and invite readers to add a new perspective on the phenomenon: that of surrogate for the living iconic body.
Iconic body, Iconic living, Icon, Late Antiquity
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