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Artistic and literary representations of the Judgement of Paris in antiquity

Mancilla, Cristian


This thesis examines a large set of evidence in relation to the myth of the Judgement of Paris. Representations of this myth appeared in both literary and artistic media during antiquity. I will consider those preserved testimonies dated up to the 6th century AD. The relevant contributions of Christoph Clairmont (1951) and Irmgard Raab (1972) in regard to the artistic representations of the Judgement of Paris in antiquity are enlarged here through an extensive discussion of literary sources and...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015-05
Type: Thesis (MPhil)


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