Studien zur Antiken Stadt

The development of the Greek polis and the Roman urbs is a civilizing process that can be illustrated by the study of material remains and other ancient sources. The ancient city was formed by diverse purposeful means the life and action space for its inhabitants in the political, economic, social, religious and cultural spheres. In addition to residential buildings, a public use functional architecture secular and religious character, accessible by transport and energy networks, protected by defenses arose. The cityscape was dominated by this addition and coexistence of public and private space, representative of worship and government buildings, as well as small establishments, from large market and trade areas, and, moreover, of equipment elements and architectural decoration for all devices. Often it is the intimate integration of architecture, politics and religion prove: historical and ideological constellations were reflected in the planning and installation of works and alterations to the cityscape down. The by the Commission for the Study of Ancient Cities engineering at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences under the direction of Prof. Dr. Paul Zanker 1994 series published studies on the ancient city dedicated to all these respects urbanistic communities in the ancient Mediterranean.
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Etruskisch-italische und römisch-republikanische Häuser

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Die Ehrenbögen in Pompeji

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Campus Martius - Die urbane Entwicklung des Marsfeldes von der Republik bis zur mittleren Kaiserzeit

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Antike Bauornamentik - Grenzen und Möglichkeiten ihrer Erforschung

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Polis und Porträt

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Das Haus XV B Maison 49, 19 von Megara Hyblaia

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Römische Gladiatorenbilder

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