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Studies in Late Antiquity (2021) 5 (2): 173–175.
Published: 01 May 2021
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Studies in Late Antiquity (2021) 5 (2): 176–215.
Published: 01 May 2021
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Studies in Late Antiquity (2021) 5 (2): 216–240.
Published: 01 May 2021
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Studies in Late Antiquity (2021) 5 (2): 241–266.
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Ancient Gulf of Ephesus, with associated early settlement sites. Location o...
Published: 01 May 2021
Figure 1. Ancient Gulf of Ephesus, with associated early settlement sites. Location of the Artemision indicated by Red “A”; associated archaic and classical settlements indicated by adjacent red and brown marks. Source: Helmut Brückner et al., “Life Cycle of Estuarine Islands—From the Formation to... More
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Ephesus with reconstructed city walls. Hellenistic/early Roman city walls s...
Published: 01 May 2021
Figure 2. Ephesus with reconstructed city walls. Hellenistic/early Roman city walls shown in green; late Roman/Byzantine city walls, excluding the Upper Agora area, shown in red. Source: Peter Scherrer, “The Historical Topography of Ephesus,” in Urbanism in Western Asia Minor , ed. David Parrish ... More
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Reconstruction of the ancient Gulf of Ephesus, with gradual westward progra...
Published: 01 May 2021
Figure 3. Reconstruction of the ancient Gulf of Ephesus, with gradual westward prograding shorelines. Source: Hugo Delile et al., “Demise of a Harbor: A Geochemical Chronicle from Ephesus,” Journal of Archaeological Science 53 (2015): 202–13 [204]. More
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Qingbai rim fragment excavated from Taddemaka, Mali and a complete bowl of ...
Published: 01 May 2021
Fig. 2. Qingbai rim fragment excavated from Taddemaka, Mali and a complete bowl of the same ware, from the Art Institute of Chicago, demonstrating how the pottery sherd is emblematic of an entire object. Photo by D. Brooks Hedstrom. More
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Terracotta horse and rider, twelfth to fifteenth century CE, from a collect...
Published: 01 May 2021
Fig. 3. Terracotta horse and rider, twelfth to fifteenth century CE, from a collection of figures from Mali in the Bougouni region. Photo by D. Brooks Hedstrom. More
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Terracotta head (National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Abuja, Nige...
Published: 01 May 2021
Fig. 4. Terracotta head (National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Abuja, Nigeria) from the Nok culture of Nigeria, active from 1500–300 BCE. Photo by D. Brooks Hedstrom. More
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Hunter’s cloak from Mali (Textile Museum of Canada), mid-twentieth century,...
Published: 01 May 2021
Fig. 5. Hunter’s cloak from Mali (Textile Museum of Canada), mid-twentieth century, covered with leather amulets containing Qur’anic passages, glass mirrors, shells, teeth, and tusks. Photo by D. Brooks Hedstrom. More
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The conclusion of “Caravans of Gold” leads directly to the modern exhibitio...
Published: 01 May 2021
Fig. 6. The conclusion of “Caravans of Gold” leads directly to the modern exhibition of “Building Black: Civilizations” with the work of Ekow Nimako. The positioning of the Tuareg camel saddle from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography, and a case with a headdress and anklets of the Te... More
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“World on a Camel’s Back,” 2019. Ekow Nimako. Inspired by the camels and ri...
Published: 01 May 2021
Fig. 7. “World on a Camel’s Back,” 2019. Ekow Nimako. Inspired by the camels and riders of the trans-Sharan trade. From “Building Black: Civilizations” with LEGO® pieces. Photo by D. Brooks Hedstrom. More
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