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Greek and Roman Crafts: Metalwork, Textiles and Pottery
Black-Figured Pelike by the Theseus Painter
Greek, Attic 500-480 B.C.E.
Chorn Memorial Fund
This exhibition highlighted objects that demonstrate aspects of technology in the Greek and Roman worlds. Objects represented processes associated with the production and decoration of bronze and other metal objects, the weaving of textiles, and the various method of the manufacture of ceramic vessels and figurines. The exhibit was in conjunction with Ancient Technology (AHA 2410), a course offered by the Department of Art History and Archaeology in Winter 2005.
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