A completely new exploration of the the myths and iconography of the Greek deity Poseidon, that looks at the sea and the art that it inspired in antiquity. It features remarkable Greek, Roman, and Etruscan objects from the Tampa Museum of Art, as well as other international and significant collections.
About the Author:
Seth D. Pevnick is the Richard E. Perry curator of Greek and Roman art at the Tampa Museum of Art.
Robert I. Curtis is Professor Emeritus, Department of Classics, University of Georgia.
Nancy T. de Grummond is M. Lynette Thompson Professor of Classics and Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University.
Angeliki Kokkinou works in the Department of Education in The Acropolis Museum in Athens. She has been a Fellow of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and has worked on museum exhibitions and publications for The Acropolis Museum and The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
Jeffery P. Maish is an associate conservator of antiquities at the J. Paul Getty Museum
William M. Murray is the Mary and Gus Stathis Professor of Greek History at the University of South Florida, Tampa
Erika Simon is a German scholar of classical archaeology and professor emeritus of the University of Würzburg
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