THE IMAGE OF THE BLACK IN WESTERN ART
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The Image of the Black in Western Art, Volume I: From the Pharaohs to the Fall of the Roman Empire

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$106.00 • £84.95 • €95.50

ISBN 9780674052710

Publication Date: 11/01/2010

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416 pages

345 color illustrations, 50 halftones, 5 maps

Belknap Press

The Image of the Black in Western Art

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  • Preface to The Image of the Black in Western Art [David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.]
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction to the New Edition: Race and Representation in Ancient Art: Black Athena and After [Jeremy Tanner]
  • 1. The Iconography of the Black in Ancient Egypt: From the Beginnings to the Twenty-fifth Dynasty [Jean Vercoutter]
  • 2. Cushites and Meroites: Iconography of the African Rulers in the Ancient Upper Nile [Jean Leclant]
  • 3. Iconographical Evidence on the Black Populations in Greco-Roman Antiquity [Frank M. Snowden, Jr.]
  • 4. The Iconography of the Black in Ancient North Africa [Jehan Desanges]
  • 5. Egypt, Land of Africa, in the Greco-Roman World [Jean Leclant]
  • Appendix
  • Acknowledgments and Perspectives to the First Edition [Dominique de Menil]
  • Preface to the First Edition [Ladislas Bugner]
  • Introduction to the First Edition [Ladislas Bugner]
  • Abbreviations
  • Notes
  • Illustrations
  • Maps
  • Index

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