Introduction (John Pollini) Anna Marguerite McCann: A Tribute (John P Oleson and James Russell) Publications of Anna Marguerite McCann Part 1. Art and Archaeology. The Verucchio Throne and the Corsini Chair: Etruscan and Roman Status Symbols (Larissa Bonfante) Fashioning Plancia Magna: Memory and Revival in the Greek East during the Second Century C.E. (Catherine de Grazia Vanderpool) Sestius at Cetamura? (Nancy Thompson De Grummond) Excavating a Priceless Heritage: Scientific and Other Applications Used by the Brown University Exploration of the Petra Great Temple (Martha Sharp Joukowski) Terra Sigillata: The Worship of "Publius" at Arezzo (Philip M Kendrick) Variation in Ceramic Assemblages as an Indicator of Openness to Trade (Archer Martin) Dionysos at the Altar of Rhea: A Myth of Darkness and Rebirth in Ptolemaic Alexandria (Maria Teresa Marabini Moevs) The Caelian Hill Ministraint: A Marble Head of an Imperial Slave-Boy from the Antiquarian Comunale on the Caelian Hill in Rome (John Pollini) The Parachutists' Antiquarium: "Pierres Errantes" at Calvi (Corsica) (James Russell) The Eruption of Vesuvius and Campanian Dressel 2-4 Amphorae (David Williams and David Peacock) "Living Architecture": Living Column and Vegetal Urn. Shared Motifs in Roman Wall Painting and "Neo-Attic" Furnishings (Sara Yerkes) Part 2. Marine Archaeology and Technology. Deep Water Archaeology (Robert Ballard) Further Evidence of the Specialized Religion of Phoenician Seafarers (Aaron J Brody) Aristophanes, Acharnians 445-54 and the Trireme Rowers' Gear (Lionel Casson) Swimming Over Time: Glimpses of the Maritime Life of Aperlae (Robert L Hohlfelder) Design, Materials, and the Process of Innovation in Roman Force Pumps (John Peter Oleson) Portus Romae? (Geoffrey Rickman) Phoenician Shipwrecks and the Ship Tyre (Ezekial 27) (Lawrence Stager) The Port of Cosa and Economic Romanization in Gaul and the Danube Valley (Elizabeth Lyding Will)
John Pollini is Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology at the University of Southern California, USA.
marine archaeologists will find much of interest in this
wide-ranging collection of papers. Together, they form a fine
tribute to the interests and achievements of its honorand.'--Boris
Rankov "International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 2006"
the fine papers in this volume [are] a splendid tribute to Anna Marguerite McCann.'--James Allen Evans "Mouseion, 2006"