Christopher Stephen Siwicki

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Publikasjoner

  • Siwicki, Christopher Stephen (2020). Architectural Restoration and Heritage in Imperial Rome. Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780198848578.  320 s.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Architectural Criticism in the Roman World and the Limits of Literary Interaction, In Rebecca Langlands; Alice König & James Uden (ed.),  Literature and Culture in the Roman Empire, 96-235: Cross-Cultural Interactions.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781108493932.  Chapter 11.  s 247 - 268
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Bring Looted Etruscan Art Home (exhibition review). Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Fascist Archeology in Mussolini’s Rome. Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Finding Wonderful Things: What the media missed while covering the discovery of two statues in Rome. History Today.  ISSN 0018-2753.  70(4)
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Moving Ancient Egyptian Obelisks. Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Opposition to Public Building in the Ancient World.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Piranesi’s Visions of Rome (exhibition review). Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Roman Aqueducts: An Overlooked Ancient Wonder. Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Roman letters: discoveries and exhibitions in the Eternal City. The Norwegian Institute in Rome Online.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Rome’s Torlonia Marbles Go on View After Seven Decades (exhibition review). Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Uncovering the History Behind the Myth of Troy. Art & Object.
  • Siwicki, Christopher (2020). Who built Rome's monuments? A comparative approach to architectural authorship in Ancient and Early Modern Italy.
  • Siwicki, Christopher & Pileberg, Silje (2020, 09. november). Who lost when the ancient wonders of Rome were built?. [Internett].  https://partner.sciencenorway.no/university-of-oslo/who-lost.
Publisert 12. aug. 2020 09:51 - Sist endret 12. okt. 2020 10:42