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İki cilt takım
Volume 1 Text;

XLIX + 336 s, 13 renkli, 370 S&B fotoğraf, 91 illustrasyon, 8 renkli illustrasyon, 4 harita, 5 tablo, bucram sert kapak, şömizli.
Volume 2 Plates;
özel kutusunda 24 büyük boy katlanmış levha halinde tapınak plan ve kesitleri.

The Temple of Artemis at Sardis, one of the largest Greek temples in the world, is documented in detail in this lavishly illustrated two-volume monograph by architectural historian Fikret K. Yegül. Begun in the century after the death of Alexander the Great, this delightful and complex building has been admired by travelers, depicted by artists and architects, and studied by scholars for hundreds of years. Yegül provides a wide-ranging overview of the building, treating such topics as early travelers, excavation history, inscriptions, construction techniques, the colossal Roman imperial portraits from the temple cella, religion and cult, and comparisons to other temples and buildings throughout Asia Minor.

Yegül’s block-by-block description of the extant elements of the building, accompanied by hundreds of drawings and photographs, elucidates the two primary phases in the temple’s design and construction, which date to the Hellenistic and the Roman imperial periods. All elements of the building are illustrated in their recently conserved state, with centuries-old discoloration now removed to reveal the original marble.

Editor’s Preface
Author’s Preface

Summary
Özet

List of Illustrations
List of Tables
Plans

Chapter 1. 
Introduction

  • Archaeological Investigations at the Temple
  • A Summary Description of the Building and Its History
  • The Life and Afterlife of the Temple
  • Description of the Temple of Artemis by Early Travelers

Chapter 2. 
Description of the Building: The Physical Remains

  • Surveying and Recording Conventions
  • Some Commonly Used Construction Features and Methods
  • An Overview of Hellenistic and Roman Construction and Major Phases
  • The Walls
  • Foundation Conditions of the Temple
  • Columns of the East End
  • Capitals
  • The Entablature

Chapter 3. 
Building History and Chronology

  • State of the Scholarship
  • Historical, Epigraphic, and Numismatic Considerations for Design and Chronology
  • Materials and Methods of Construction: Technical and Stylistic Considerations
  • Peristyle and Wall Foundations
  • East and West Pronaos Porches
  • Further Considerations for a Closer Dating of the Roman Phase
  • Interior Architecture of the Roman East Cella
  • Interior Architecture of the Roman West Cella and Its Roof Structure
  • Religion and Cults in the Sanctuary as Forerunners of the Imperial Cult
  • Imperial Cult and the Artemis Temple

Chapter 4. 
Architectural Analysis, Design, and Comparisons

  • Hellenistic Phase Design: The Shape of the Sacred
  • Roman Phase Design: The Shape of Power
  • Architectural Analysis and Comparisons

Conclusions
Bibliography
Illustration Credits
General Index
Index of Sardis Inventory Numbers

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