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See detailBibliotheca Isiaca IV
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Bricault, Laurent

Book published by Ausonius (in press)

La série "Bibliotheca Isiaca" se propose de publier, à un rythme régulier, des études analytiques originales autour de monuments souvent inédits, des mises à jour des grands corpus documentaires ... [more ▼]

La série "Bibliotheca Isiaca" se propose de publier, à un rythme régulier, des études analytiques originales autour de monuments souvent inédits, des mises à jour des grands corpus documentaires - épigraphique, gemmologique et numismatique notamment - ainsi qu’une chronique bibliographique recensant, avec un commentaire critique, les titres touchant depuis l’an 2000 aux rapports entre l’Égypte et le reste du monde gréco-romain dans le domaine religieux. Dans le champ si dynamique de l’histoire religieuse de l’Antiquité, elle vise à offrir au chercheur, à l’enseignant et à l’étudiant, un outil de travail rigoureux suivant au plus près l’actualité scientifique. [less ▲]

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See detailLes mystères isiaques et leurs expressions figurées. Des exégèses modernes aux allusions antiques
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Belayche, Nicole; Massa, Francesco (Eds.) Figuring "Mysteries" in Graeco-Roman Antiquity (in press)

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See detailἽλεως τῷ φοροῦντι. Sérapis sur les gemmes et les bijoux antiques. Supplément III
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Veymiers, Richard; Bricault, Laurent (Eds.) Bibliotheca Isiaca IV (in press)

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See detailLes errances des divinités isiaques sur les pierres gravées antiques remployées au Moyen-Âge
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Bonnet, Corinne; Bricault, Laurent; Gomez, Carole (Eds.) Les mille et une vies d’Isis. La réception des divinités du cercle isiaque de l’Antiquité à nos jours (in press)

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See detailIntroduction. II. The "Isiaci" and their images
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Gasparini, Valentino; Veymiers, Richard (Eds.) The Greco-Roman Cults of Isis: Agents, Images and Practices. Proceedings of the VIth Conference of Isis Studies (Erfurt, May 6-8 – Liège, September 23-24, 2013) (in press)

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See detailIndividuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis: Agents, Images, and Practices. Proceedings of the VIth International Conference of Isis Studies (Erfurt, May 6-8, 2013 – Liège, September 23-24, 2013)
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Gasparini, Valentino

Book published by Brill (2018)

In "Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis" Valentino Gasparini and Richard Veymiers present a collection of reflections on the individuals and groups which animated one of Antiquity’s ... [more ▼]

In "Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis" Valentino Gasparini and Richard Veymiers present a collection of reflections on the individuals and groups which animated one of Antiquity’s most dynamic, significant and popular religious phenomena: the reception of the cults of Isis and other Egyptian gods throughout the Hellenistic and Roman worlds. These communities, whose members seem to share the same religious identity, for a long time have been studied in a monolithic way through the prism of the Cumontian category of the “Oriental religions”. The 26 contributions of this book, divided into three sections devoted to the “agents”, their “images” and their “practices”, shed new light on this religious movement that appears much more heterogeneous and colorful than previously recognized. [less ▲]

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See detailDétourage et détournement. À propos d’un bas-relief dessiné par Pirro Ligorio
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Revue Archéologique (2018), 1(65), 47-76

The exceptional collection of images assembled by Pirro Ligorio in the "Antichità romane" around the middle of the 16th cent. contains the drawing of an altar located in Gaeta with a dedication to ... [more ▼]

The exceptional collection of images assembled by Pirro Ligorio in the "Antichità romane" around the middle of the 16th cent. contains the drawing of an altar located in Gaeta with a dedication to Asclepius and Hygeia and a relief depicting the god, in the guise of a snake, in front of his daughter. To which ancient artefact is this singular drawing actually related? What course did it follow before and after being documented by the Neapolitanborn antiquarian? This investigation, beginning with the Renaissance, enables us to trace back an astonishing document, which was signi cantly misrepresented by Ligorio, and to scrutinize its meaning and impact in Antiquity. It is by no means connected to Asclepius and the serpentine form in which he arrived in Rome. The key to understanding it lies in the protective role of Isiac deities with regard over the grain supply from Alexandria to Rome. [less ▲]

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See detailTΥΠΟΙ. Greek and Roman Coins Seen Through Their Images: Noble Issuers, Humble Users? Proceedings of the International Conference Organized by the Belgian and French Schools at Athens, 26-28 September 2012
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Iossif, Panagiotis P.; Callataÿ, François de

Book published by Presses Universitaires de Liège (2018)

Since the 16th c. numerous studies have been consecrated to the images depicted on Greek and Roman coins. Most of them are concerned with the identification of numismatic types. In contrast, rare are ... [more ▼]

Since the 16th c. numerous studies have been consecrated to the images depicted on Greek and Roman coins. Most of them are concerned with the identification of numismatic types. In contrast, rare are those asking questions about the possible mechanisms preceding the choice of types by an authority and their reception(s) by different audiences. The present book brings together various approaches on visual culture from different fields (working on different areas, periods, or specializing in media other than coins) proposing an original methodological synthesis of what has been done or has still to be done in numismatic iconography. More precisely, this book explores the relation between “issuer” and “user” by addressing various points. Were numismatic types chosen and adapted for particular audiences? If so, then how is it that the iconography, bearing a religious character in most of the cases, does not correspond to those we imagine being the primary beneficiaries, i.e., soldiers and traders? What is the actual circulation of monetary images? What are the differences and similarities with respect to the images produced in other media of similar or distant sizes and qualities, gems and seals being similar, vases and sculptures being distant? To what extend did the issuers draw on media other than coinage for their iconographic ideas? Could users understand the “message” without the mediation of other media? In which way did numismatic imagery influence (or was it influenced by) the iconographic types and choices on other media? Which concepts and tools coming from different fields of research (anthropology for instance) are likely to help our understanding of the type-choice process? Are numismatic types over-commented by art historians (eager to use the term “propaganda”) and under-commented by economists (more imbued with pragmatism)? To what extent did the indispensable confidence of the users determine the use of images easily recognizable by them? Who decides the monetary iconography: the highest authorities or, as in the case of Republican Rome, junior aediles? Who’s responsible for the numismatic type: the coin engraver or the artist creating the original design? These are some of the questions addressed in this book and answered by leading specialists through new lenses and perspectives focusing on visual culture. [less ▲]

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See detail"Gens" isiaque et intailles. L’envers de la médaille
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Iossif, Panagiotis; Callataÿ; Veymiers, Richard (Eds.) TΥΠΟΙ. Greek and Roman Coins Seen Through Their Images: Noble Issuers, Humble Users? Proceedings of the International Conference Organized by the Belgian and French Schools at Athens, 26-28 September 2012 (2018, April)

The recent publications of both a coin and a gem catalogue pertaining to the Isiac cults makes possible a useful comparison of these two kinds of historical sources that belong to very different areas. A ... [more ▼]

The recent publications of both a coin and a gem catalogue pertaining to the Isiac cults makes possible a useful comparison of these two kinds of historical sources that belong to very different areas. A systematic comparative analysis reveals highly significant similarities and differences, which refine our knowledge and understanding of the religious imaginary in the Greco-Roman world. Although a large number of depictions on gemstones are undoubtedly copies of monetary types, many others are original compositions created through various procedures, since the criteria for the image selection are not the same in the two fields. Thus, the glyptic repertoire appears to be richer and more complex than the numismatic one. It is therefore necessary to focus on their production frames, their networks of distribution and dissemination, their modes of perception and their uses, in order to attempt an understanding of their respective "raison d’être". [less ▲]

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See detailCatalogue entries "131. Cameo with a bearded god and a Ptolemaic king. 148. Relief with snake-bodied Isis and Serapis. 168. Relief with Isiac Ceremony (the Ariccia Relief)"
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Cole, Sara E.; Spier, Jeffrey; Potts, Timothy (Eds.) Beyond the Nile: Egypt and the Classical World. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center, Los Angeles, from March 27 to September 9, 2018 (2018)

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See detailJouer, chanter et danser pour Isis
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Bricault, Laurent

in Veymiers, Richard; Gasparini, Valentino (Eds.) Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis: Agents, Images, and Practices. Proceedings of the VIth International Conference of Isis Studies (Erfurt, May 6-8, 2013 – Liège, September 23-24, 2013) (2018)

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See detailLes dévotes isiaques et les atours de leur déesse
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Malaise, Michel

in Veymiers, Richard; Gasparini, Valentino (Eds.) Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis: Agents, Images, and Practices. Proceedings of the VIth International Conference of Isis Studies (Erfurt, May 6-8, 2013 – Liège, September 23-24, 2013) (2018)

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See detailDe "Scipion l'Africain" aux "prêtres isiaques" : à propos des portraits au crâne rasé avec cicatrice(s)
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Queyrel, François

in Veymiers, Richard; Gasparini, Valentino (Eds.) Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis: Agents, Images, and Practices. Proceedings of the VIth International Conference of Isis Studies (Erfurt, May 6-8, 2013 – Liège, September 23-24, 2013) (2018)

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See detailIntroduction: Agents, Images, Practices
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

in Veymiers, Richard; Gasparini, Valentino (Eds.) Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis: Agents, Images, and Practices. Proceedings of the VIth International Conference of Isis Studies (Erfurt, May 6-8, 2013 – Liège, September 23-24, 2013) (2018)

In "Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis" Valentino Gasparini and Richard Veymiers present a collection of reflections on the individuals and groups which animated one of Antiquity’s ... [more ▼]

In "Individuals and Materials in the Greco-Roman Cults of Isis" Valentino Gasparini and Richard Veymiers present a collection of reflections on the individuals and groups which animated one of Antiquity’s most dynamic, significant and popular religious phenomena: the reception of the cults of Isis and other Egyptian gods throughout the Hellenistic and Roman worlds. These communities, whose members seem to share the same religious identity, for a long time have been studied in a monolithic way through the prism of the Cumontian category of the “Oriental religions”. The 26 contributions of this book, divided into three sections devoted to the “agents”, their “images” and their “practices”, shed new light on this religious movement that appears much more heterogeneous and colorful than previously recognized. [less ▲]

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See detailDe l’Iseum Campense comme type monétaire
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; BRICAULT, LAURENT

in CAPRIOTTI VITTOZZI, Giuseppina; VERSLUYS, Miguel John; BÜLOW-CLAUSEN, Kristine (Eds.) Temple – monument – lieu de mémoire. The Iseum Campense from the Roman Empire to the Modern Age: historical, archaeological, and historiographical perspectives (2018)

L'Iseum Campense apparaît à deux reprises dans le monnayage impérial romain, au revers de monnaies émises sous Vespasien et Domitien. Une réévaluation de ces types, se fondant sur des études de coins ... [more ▼]

L'Iseum Campense apparaît à deux reprises dans le monnayage impérial romain, au revers de monnaies émises sous Vespasien et Domitien. Une réévaluation de ces types, se fondant sur des études de coins inédites, et sur le contexte numismatique qui les as vu naître, modifie considérablement la "communis opinio" forgée depuis plus d’un siècle autour de ces représentations exceptionnelles, qui avaient déjà retenu l’attention de Pirro Ligorio au milieu du Cinquecento. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Base of Fabia Fabiana from Acci (Guadix, Granada). A Reassessment
Veymiers, Richard ULiege; Gasparini, Valentino

Conference (2016, November)

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See detailThe Middle Ages: A New Age for the Reception of the Gods of Egypt
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

Conference (2016, October 20)

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See detailConclusion
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

Conference (2016, September)

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