By Anne P. Chapin
This tribute to Professor Immerwahr contains a quick biography, her complete bibliography, and twenty articles written via students who therefore rejoice her contributions to the sphere of Bronze Age portray and paintings historical past, in addition to her encouragement and beneficiant aid, through the years, of not just her scholars yet these of others. 13 Bronze Age students current papers that handle points of social, political, spiritual, and formality value in wall work, in addition to concerns of chronology, nearby exchange and interplay, and Cretan structure. Seven students of the Archaic, Classical and Roman classes discover concerns in sculpture, structure, pottery, and dedications.
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In PerikleanAthens, however, where there was so much construction, the demoshired its own workers directly. 28. It seems more likely that the knowledgeof quarrymenwas more restrictedto the particularlocality. For this reason,it has even been suggestedthat most Greek quarry workerswere free men ratherthan slavesor prisoners(Waelkens,de Paepe,and Moens 1988, p. It is conceivable that a few farmers,for example,might have been familiarwith their local quarryand also might owe serviceto the state. 29.
I (Servian Wall), 11:4(Pompeii);cf. Lugli 1957, figs. 22, 24. 35. Lugli 1957, p. 207. 36. Perhapsthe extremeexample is seen on the so-called Tombeaude la Chretiennein Algeria,where over 200 differentmarkscan be distinguished on the blocks in the curving walls (Christofle 1951; MacKendrick 1980, pp. 192-193); Lugli (1957, p. 204, note 1) rejectedChristofle's suggestionof one workforcefor each differentsign becausethere are so many differentsigns and few are repeated. 37. The revolutionaryarchitecture of the Roman concreteand bricklayers requireda set of skills differentfrom those of the traditionalstonemasons.
J. IAN BEGG the criticism by accepting the structuralfunction of the pillar while continuing to stress the religious nature of a columned room built above the pillar crypt. "80Thus the foundations for future debate were laid, and by Evans, but the promised "fullerdiscussion"based on all the evidence never appeared. "81Luigi Pernier and Fernand Chapouthier, who excavated the palacesat Phaistos and Mallia, respectively,both believed that the marks, except for the double axes on the pillars, were created by groups of workers,82a conclusion shared by J.