5 edition of Columna rostrata found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Samuel Colliber.|
|Contributions||Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||DA375 .C158|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 7-312,  p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||02021962|
While many of these took the form of statues (so many, indeed, that a law was passed to restrict their numbers), grander monuments included statue groups dedicated on elaborate bases, such as the Base of Marcus Antonius on the Circus Flaminius, columns (such as the columna rostrata erected in the Forum by the state to honor C. Duilius in ca. This page was last edited on 11 January , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
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(1). Die columna rostrata Octaviani (auch columna rostrata Augusti) war eine Ehrensäule auf dem Forum Romanum in Rom, mit der Octavian, der spätere Augustus, nach seinem im Jahr 36 v. Chr. errungenen Sieg über Sextus Pompeius geehrt wurde. Die Säule ist nicht erhalten.
Als Columna rostrata bezeichnet man eine mit echten oder symbolischen Rammspornen vom Bug feindlicher Schiffe geschmückte Ehrensäule für besondere Leistungen der Seekriegsführung oder andere nautische Großtaten.
Bei einigen neuzeitlichen Fällen sind sie zu Straßenlaternen mutiert. Kolumna rostralna (łac. columna rostrata) – pomnik upamiętniający zwycięstwa w bitwie morskiej w postaci wolnostojącej kolumny ozdobionej wystającymi z trzonu dziobami statków pokonanej floty nieprzyjacielskiej.
Kolumny rostralne były znane już w starożytności, widniały również na monetach starożytnego Rzymu, ale rozpowszechniły się w XVIII i XIX wieku. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Other articles where Columna Rostrata is discussed: Gaius Duilius: Called the columna rostrata, it was a favourite site for speeches. The English term rostrum derives from this Roman custom.
In Duilius was censor (magistrate responsible for the census and for public morality), and in he was empowered (as a magistrate with emergency powers, or. A rostral column is a type of victory column, originating in ancient Greece and Rome where they were erected to commemorate a naval military ionally, rostra – the prows or rams of captured ships – were mounted on the columns.
Rostral columns of the modern world include the Columbus Monument at Columbus Circle in New York City, and the paired Saint Petersburg Rostral Columns. Roman usage. Columna rostrata (Rostral column). After the Battle of Mylae in BC during the First Punic War, a columna rostrata (a victory column), was placed in the Roman Forum in honour of Gaius was so called because it was adorned with the beaks (ram bows) of the captured Carthaginian vessels.
The columna rostrata became a favourite site for speeches. b For the surviving inscription of the Columna Rostrata see Remains of Old Latin, IV, pp. – c Famous augur under King Tarquinius Priscus (traditional dates – b.c.). Page 62 - As we have mentioned Kephalos as the beloved of Eos, and the father of Tithonos, we may add that Kephalos also, like Tithonos and Endymion, was one of the many names of the Sun.
Kephalos, however, was the rising Sun — the head of light — an expression frequently used of the sun in different mythologies. In the Veda, where the sun is addressed as a horse, the head of the horse is.
columna rostrata (pl. columnae rostratae or rostral columns). Tuscan column on a pedestal, its shaft embellished with sculpted prows (rostra) of Antique Roman warships, originally to honour naval victories. The type was revived in C17 and C Looking for columna rostrata. Find out information about columna rostrata.
A column, in honor of a naval triumph, ornamented with the rostra or prows of ships Explanation of columna rostrata. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 monthsAuthor: Tenney Frank.
The column honoring Admiral Horatio Nelson in London’s Trafalgar Square (c. ) draws on the Roman tradition that included the Column of Trajan along with earlier, Republican monuments like the columna rostrata of Caius Duilius. The column dedicated to Napoleon I erected in the Place Vendôme in Paris (c.
) and the Washington Monument. Rostral Column a freestanding column whose shaft is decorated with the prows or sculptured representations of ships.
This tradition existed in ancient Rome and was revived during the period of late classicism (Empire style).Columna Rostrata C. Duilii (ca. a. Chr. n.) Comenius ( - ) Concilium Romarici montium (ca.
) Confessio Augustana () Constitutum Constantini (ca. /) Copernicus ( - ) Cornelia (ca. - ca. a. Chr. n.) Corpus Priapeorum (ca.
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