A Study in Architectural Iconography: Kaisersaal and the Imperial Cult

Yegul, Fikret K.
March 1982
Art Bulletin;Mar1982, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
Evaluates the meaning and uses of spaces associated with the Imperial Cult of the Roman Bath-Gymnasium Complex in Sardis, Turkey. Description of the eastern half of the bath-gymnasium complex; Purpose of the Kaisersale; Information on the statues found in the halls of the complex.


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