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The material and intellectual consequences of esteem for Cycladic figures

The purpose of these papers is to document the consequences, material and intellectual, of a recent rising regard for Cycladic figures as objects of the connoisseur's zeal.

Publications

Gill, D. W. J., and C. Chippindale. "Material and intellectual consequences of esteem for Cycladic figures." American Journal of Archaeology 97 (1993): 601-59.

Chippindale, C., and D. W. J. Gill. "Cycladic figurines: art versus archaeology?" In Antiquities: trade or betrayed. Legal, ethical & conservation issues, edited by K. W. Tubb, 131-42. London: Archetype Publications Ltd, 1993.

Chippindale, C., and D. W. J. Gill. Commentary on C. Morris, "Hands up for the individual! The role of attribution studies in Aegean prehistory". Cambridge Archaeological Journal 3 (1993): 57-58 (pp. 41-66).

Gill, D.W.J. Review article of Pat Getz-Gentle, Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture (Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 2001), in Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2002)

Press release from the University of Wisconsin Press.

Gill, D.W.J. Review article of Sotirakopoulou, P. The "Keros Hoard": myth or reality? Searching for the lost pieces of a puzzle. Athens: N.P. Goulandris Foundation - Museum of Cycladic Art, 2005. American Journal of Archaeology 111.1 (2007): 163-65. [Full text]

Arnott, R., and D. W. J. Gill. Cycladica in Cambridge. In preparation.

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