RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AND PAGAN STATUARY

in Late Antique Archaeology
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A number of surviving statues, both divine and imperial, have come down to us because they were intentionally buried during Late Antiquity. These have included well-preserved examples, as well as others which were mutilated. Some of the statues were damaged by their collapse during earthquakes and were subsequently buried under rubble; others were deliberately mutilated before their intentional burial; others still were intact because they had been carefully hidden. From the manner in which ancient statues were buried, a wide range of motivations can be inferred.

RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AND PAGAN STATUARY

in Late Antique Archaeology

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