C. Brian Rose

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Charles Brian Rose is an American academic archaeologist, classical scholar and author. He is the James B. Pritchard Professor of Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania in the Classical Studies Department and the Graduate Group in the Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World. He currently serves as the President of the Archaeological Institute of America,[1] as codirector for the Gordion excavation and as Head of the Post-Bronze Age excavations at Troy.[2] He acts as Advisor on History and Global Awareness to Fair Observer, an online magazine covering global issues from a plurality of perspectives.[3] Rose received his Ph.D. in Art History and Archaeology from Columbia University in 1987 for thesis titled Julio-Claudian dynastic group monuments.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Dynastic Commemoration and Imperial Portraiture in the Julio-Claudian Period. (1997) Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521453828
  • "Forging Identity in the Roman Republic: Veristic Portraiture and Trojan Ancestry," in the proceedings of the joint American Academy in Rome/British School in Rome conference Role Models: Identity and Assimilation in the Roman World and in Early Modern Italy, Rome, March 2003. (2008) University of Michigan Press, 97-131. ISBN 0472115898

References[edit]

  1. ^ Governance - Archaeological Institute of America.
  2. ^ Project Troia Website.
  3. ^ [1].
  4. ^ "Julio-Claudian dynastic group monuments". Columbia University Library Catalog. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 

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