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Panorama: Politics and views (Oxford 1993), and C. Tilley, A Phenomenology of panorama: areas, Paths and Monuments (Oxford 1994). Simon Schama’s panorama and reminiscence (London 1995) includes insights at the Western culture of viewing ‘Nature’, so too ok. Clark, panorama into paintings (2nd ed. London 1976). at the Roman wall-paintings: R. Ling,‘Studius and the start of Roman panorama Painting’, in magazine of Roman experiences sixty seven (1977), 1–16; for Renaissance theories, E. H. Gombrich, Norm and shape (Oxford 1966), 107–21. chinese language painters’ observations: S. Bush and H. Shih, Early chinese language Texts on portray (Harvard 1985), 141–90, see additionally M. Sullivan, Symbols of Eternity: The artwork of panorama portray in China (Oxford 1979). American manifestations of ‘the Picturesque’: A. Wilton and T. Barringer, American chic: panorama portray within the usa (London 2002). ‘Land art’: a survey of the style is given in S. Boettger, Earthworks: artwork and panorama of the Sixties (California 2003). 6 paintings and gear An early account of the Benin trophies taken by means of the ‘British Punitive day trip’ are available in H. learn and O. Dalton, Antiquities from town of Benin … within the British Museum (London 1899); a extra systematic examine is via W. Fagg, Nigerian pictures (London 1963). On courtly pomp in Europe, see P. Burke, The Fabrication of Louis XIV (Yale 1992); for the ‘theatre kingdom’ inspiration, C. Geertz, Negara (Princeton 1980). The archaeological history to the ‘King of Stonehenge’ locate of 2002 is given in D. V. Clarke,T. G. Cowie and A. Foxon, Symbols of strength on the Time of Stonehenge (Edinburgh 1985). For result of Italian excavations at Arslantepe see M. Frangipane ed. , Alle origini del potere (Milan 2004). The research of Mesopotamian royal imagery used to be pioneered by way of Henri and H. A. G. Frankfort, whose paintings continues to be valuable analyzing, e. g. H. Frankfort, Cylinder Seals (London 1939); see additionally J. N. Postgate, Early Mesopotamia: Society and economic system on the sunrise of historical past (London 1992). at the Persian empire: C. Nylander, ‘Achaemenid Imperial Art’, in M. T. Larsen ed. , strength and Propaganda: A Symposium on historic Empires (Copenhagen 1979), 345–59; plus J. Boardman, Persia and the West (London 2000). Of the sizeable literature created via Alexander, i like to recommend D. M. Lewis et al. eds. , Cambridge old heritage (Second Edition), VI: The Fourth Century B. C. (Cambridge 1994), esp. 876–81, J. Carlsen et al. eds. , Alexander the nice: fact and fable (Rome 1993), M. J. rate, The Coinage within the identify of Alexander the nice (Zürich 1991), and A. F. Stewart, Faces of energy (California 1993). M. Andronikos, Vergina:The Royal Tombs (Athens 1994) conjures up the buzz of the Vergina discoveries. The power-politics of Augustus have been shrewdly analyzed, with one eye at the upward push of the Fascist dictators, by way of Ronald Syme within the Roman Revolution (Oxford 1939); the visible elements of this technique scrutinized by way of P. Zanker, the ability of pictures within the Age of Augustus (Ann Arbor 1988). On totalitarian imagery see D. Ades et al. eds. , artwork and tool (London 1955).