Dreier, Martin Kotte, Andreas Antike Theater und Masken Antike Theater/Masken

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Veröffentlichungen zur griechischen und römischen Antike werden in der Regel mit je einigen Fotos von Theater und Masken illustriert. 'Antike Theater und Masken' bietet dagegen 1400 Bilder auf DVD, ergänzt damit die Forschungs- und populärwissenschaftliche Literatur visuell. Der Katalog vermittelt anhand ausgewählter Motive einen Einblick in die Diasammlung des im Jahre 2000 verstorbenen Basler Theaterhistorikers Karl Gotthilf Kachler. Die Aufnahmen entstanden zwischen dem Ende der fünfziger Jahre und dem Beginn der achtziger Jahre des 20. Jahrhunderts auf zahlreichen Forschungsreisen rund um das Mittelmeer. Der Wert der in die beiden Bereiche 'Masken' und 'Theaterbauten' gegliederten Sammlung ergibt sich aus ihrer ausserordentlichen Vielfalt, der sich erst über die DVD ermessen lässt. Katalog und DVD offerieren Forschern, Lehrenden und Lernenden an Schulen und Universitäten sowie kulturell aufgeschlossenen Reisenden einen 'Baukasten' umfangreichen Bildmaterials zu einem niedrigen Preis. Karten, thematisch geordnete Begleittexte und Bildunterschriften dienen der Orientierung.

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ISBN(s) 9783034005654
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Product Form Description Inkl. CD-ROM.
Seitenanzahl 133
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik
Kurztitel Antike Theater und Masken
Warengruppe HC/Geschichte/Altertum
ISBN-10 3034005652
Länge 244 mm
Breite 248 mm
Höhe 17 mm
Gewicht 705 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Chronos Verlag
Serientitel Materialien des ITW Bern
Nummer der Serie 7
Untertitel Eine Reise rund um das Mittelmeer. 1400 Bilder auf DVD

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