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O nicho central, em cada uma das exedras, era maior do que os outros, tanto em largura quanto em altura, e continham as estatuas de Eneias carregando Anquises e segurando a mao de Ascanio, na exedra noroeste, e a de Romulo levando os spolia opima, na sudeste.
From the 11th century to the mid-12th, says Mathews, the Italian maritime cities of Amalfi, Salerno, Pisa, Genoa, and Venice each formulated a unique visual manifestation of the relationship between commerce and conflict in the Mediterranean through the use of spolia or reused architectural elements, objects, and styles from past and foreign cultures.
The exhibition is organized around a marble artifact from the museum's collection, a third-century Roman spolia repurposed seven centuries later as a funerary stele in North Africa.
Decimos que es una parte porque, en la cultura social y juridica romana, el resto de bienes tienen una naturaleza propia que los diferencia entre si, como son las manubiae o los spolia.
40.32.8: postero die spolia de hostibus lecta, et pro contione donati, quorum uirtus insignis fuerat.
Fernando, "Whales washed ashore on the coast of Sri Lanka from 1889 to 1910," Spolia Zeylanica, vol.
Spolia, wrote back saying that the Delhi Development Authority ( DDA) must provide them alternate land for the ITI.
Toward the end of occupation, Maya masons constructed extra walls between columns and used monumental sculpture and other pieces of carved spolia to provide buttressing, which seemingly prevented several roofs from falling in.
A religious interpretation has also been given (9) to the drums of the columns with twenty flutes, worked in limestone and stuccoed, that were reused on the wall in the Augustine refoundation in the Maimonides Square, becoming one of the earliest examples of the use of spolia (rediviva saxa) in the city, which would later become so frequent in late Roman and Ancient times (Moreno Almenara & Gutierrez 2008).
They treat these two transformed stelae as objects that function within a sacred space but carry a memory trace of the past into their new role, making comparisons with European spolia. They also make reference to the social theorist Henry Lefebvre (1991), who envisions space as a socially constructed corporeal phenomenon.
En todos los casos se trata de spolia que originariamente conformaron esculturas cuya funcion se ha perdido/ transformado con el paso del tiempo; es de gran interes comprobar como, por cuestiones practicas y economicas, esos fragmentos fueron reelaborados ampliando asi su 'ciclo vital'.