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11/11/2021 01:00 PM Online
Stone disk with carved central rosette, decorative band, and four three-dimensional stylized birds around edge.

The Creation of Worked Animal Objects in the Early Greek World

Adam DiBattista

This lecture will take place online. Registration is required; click through for the registration link. Zoom information will be provided via confirmation email to registered participants. Recent excavations at the site of ancient Methone, an early Greek colony in northern Greece, have revealed the remains of a diverse set of industrial activities and workshop areas. Within this environment of production, craftspeople at Methone created a range of objects from bone, antler, boar tusk, elephant ivory, and other animal materials between the late eighth and sixth centuries B.C.E.
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