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The Triumph of Dionysus in Two Mosaics in Spain

AuthorsLópez Monteagudo, Guadalupe
KeywordsHistoria del Arte
Mosaicos romanos
Issue Date1999
PublisherUniversity of Tel-Aviv
CitationAssaph 4, 1999, págs. 35-61
AbstractAmong the numerous representations of the Bacchic Triumph on Roman mosaics there is one type that stands out in its singularity: a mosaic divided into two superposed panels. This iconographic particularity, although also known in other themes, is documented only in three Roman pavements, and is related in each to scenographic representations of the myth of Dionysus, in which the house owners themselves participated as actors, while conveying at the same time an allegorical message: the triumph and virtues embodied by the gods.
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