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Julius Terentius Performing a Sacrifice
Paint on plaster
107 x 165 cm (42 1/8 x 64 15/16 in).
Yale-French Excavations at Dura-Europos
Roman, 3rd century A.D.
Ann Perkins, The Art of Dura-Europos, 1st ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1973), 4345, pl. 12, ill.
Handbook of the Collections (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 1992), 271, ill.
“Catalogue of the Exhibition ‘An Obsession with Fortune: Tyche in Greek and Roman Art’,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (1994): 113, no. 32.
Pieter B. F. J. Broucke, “Tyche and the Fortune of Cities in the Greek and Roman World,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (1994): 41, no. 32, fig. 23.
Lucinda Dirven, The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos: A Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria (Leiden, Netherlands: E. J. Brill, 1999), 123, 157, 186, 303307, pl. 13.
Simon T. James, The Excavations at Dura-Europos,1928 to 1937: Final Report VII, 7 (London: The British Museum Press, 2004), xxv, pls. 1, 2 (detail), fig. 18, 20.
Lisa R. Brody and Gail Hoffman, eds., Dura-Europos: Crossroads of Antiquity, exh. cat. (Boston: McMullen Museum of Art, 2011), 344, pl. 37. Fig 13.9 is a detail of plate, fig. 13.9.
Jennifer Chi and Sebastian Heath, eds., Edge of Empires: Pagans, Jews, and Christians at Roman Dura-Europos, exh. cat. (New York: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, 2011), 6, no. 3.
Simon T. James, Rome and the Sword: How Warriors and Weapons Shaped Roman Histoy (London: Thames and Hudson, 2011), 135, ill.
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