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Roman chairs
#1
one question!

somebody can give information about roman chairs ( s IV-V ).

Thanks!!!!
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#2
Chairs
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#3
Hmmm! I think from those periods there is little or almost not evidence of chairs, I hope I'm wrong about it....

Do you meant the folding chair?

wicker chair?

stool?

bench?

solium?

etc?

What I can recall bagelly its the Throne of Maximinian or Justinian

BTW: From what centuries are those fornitures that I saw at Archeon?
  
Remarks by Philip on the Athenian Leaders:
Philip said that the Athenians were like the bust of Hermes: all mouth and dick. 
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#4
I need information about imperial thrones, like the ones depicted in the dypticoi.

Like that:

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#5
Quote:I need information about imperial thrones, like the ones depicted in the dypticoi.

OK I would see what I can find :wink:
  
Remarks by Philip on the Athenian Leaders:
Philip said that the Athenians were like the bust of Hermes: all mouth and dick. 
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Quote:BTW: From what centuries are those fornitures that I saw at Archeon?
1st-2nd century I think....
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#8
Quote:
Quote:BTW: From what centuries are those fornitures that I saw at Archeon?
1st-2nd century I think....

So a little early thankis! Smile

Wehre the heck those later chairs had stopped? :roll:
  
Remarks by Philip on the Athenian Leaders:
Philip said that the Athenians were like the bust of Hermes: all mouth and dick. 
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#9
http://www.fectio.org.uk/shows/2005archeonbatavi1.jpg
http://www.fectio.org.uk/shows/2005archeonbatavi3.jpg
http://www.fectio.org.uk/shows/2005archeonbatavi7.jpg
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#10
no, my project is make a throne for Galla placida and Valentinian. I don't have information about "this trhone".
I don't have information about this period ( IV- V century).
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#11
she is Almansunta. about 530. The mark represents part about her palace.
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#12
i find that
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What have you found?
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#14
or that!!!

http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/his ... hrone1.gif

http://rubens.anu.edu.au/raider4/europe ... m/ivories/
ravenna_throne_of_maximian/
Carme
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Quote:or that!!!

http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/his ... hrone1.gif

http://rubens.anu.edu.au/raider4/europe ... m/ivories/
ravenna_throne_of_maximian/

Dear Placidia!

You maight have to eliminate this Throne of Maximian, because it wasn't
meant to sat upon ! Sad

Here is what I got from it"

[size=92:20y22iwn]The Throne of Maximian[/size]


[size=92:20y22iwn]The Throne of Maximian was probably crafted around 547 A.D. It is made almost entirely of Ivory. The throne still remains to this day in near the same condition as it was in the early Christian period, when it was crafted. The throne was likely given as a gift from Emperor Justinian to the man he appointed viceroy and Bishop of Ravenna, Maximian. The throne was not meant to be sat upon, but rather was carried in religious procession in the church of San Vitale located in Ravenna in Italy. Twenty-eight of the original thirty nine panels have survived. The relief's tell the old testament tales of Joseph and the new testament tales of Christ. On the front are the four evangelists flanking John the Baptist and ornamental grape vines and woodland animals are carved into the frame. The throne now rests in the Archiepiscopal Palace.[/size]
  
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Philip said that the Athenians were like the bust of Hermes: all mouth and dick. 
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