Masonry Style in Phoenicia: Reconstructing Sumptuous Mural Decoration from the ‘Late Hellenistic Stuccoed Building’ at Tel Anafa

Beyond Iconography cover

Benton Kidd, Curator of Ancient Art, has just published “Masonry Style in Phoenicia: Reconstructing Sumptuous Mural Decoration from the ‘Late Hellenistic Stuccoed Building’ at Tel Anafa” in Beyond Iconography: Materials, Methods and Meaning in Ancient Surface Decoration, edited by Sarah Lepinski and Susanna McFadden, and published by the Archaeological Institute of America.  Order the volume now at http://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Iconography-Materials-Decoration-Architecture/dp/1931909318

 

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