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Journal of Dalmatian archaeology and history, Vol.106 No.1 November 2013. -

A Roman-era torso inv. No. C-237 is held in the Archaeological

Museum in Split; it has been classified as portraying as Icarus,

the son of Daedalus. This work re-examines this attribution, and

based on two still visible iconographic features, proposes a new

attribution of the torso as a figure from the Dionysiac circle.1

Roman period; torso; Icarus; wings; goatskin; Dionysus; sarcophagus



Author: Mirjana Sanader -

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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