Making Space for Bicultural Identity: Herodes Atticus Commemorates Regilla
35 Pages Posted: 1 Jul 2009
Date Written: July 1, 2008
Herodes and Regilla built a number of installations during their marriage, some of which represented their union in spatial terms. After Regilla died, Herodes reconfigured two of these structures, altering their meanings with inscriptions to represent the marriage retrospectively. This paper considers the implications of these commemorative installations for Herodes’ sense of cultural identity.
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