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Albania

Stéphanie Huysecom-Haxhi 
(ACoSt Vice-President)

Université SHS Lille

stephanie.huysecom-haxhi@univ-lille3.fr

Terracottas from Thasos (Greece), from Dürres (Albania)

Belisa Muka

Institute of Archaeology, Butrint, Albania

b_muka@yahoo.com

Terracottas from Illyria and Epirus (Albania)

Arthur Muller

Université SHS Lille

arthur.muller@univ-lille3.fr

Greek and Albania terracottas

Marion Muller-Dufeu

Université SHS Lille

mmullerdufeu@sfr.fr

Greek and Albania terracottas

Archaic
Natalie Cholodenko Université François-Rabelais, Tours n.cholodenko@gmail.com Archaic arulae of Sicily and south Italy

Vassiliki Georgaka

Greek Ministry of Culture-First Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Studies

vgeorgaka@culture.gr

Archaic Attic terracottas

Ambra Pace 

University of Messina, Sicily

ambra.pace@tin.it

Archaic protomai from the deposit of Piazza S. Francesco at Catania (Sicily)

Giorgos Papantoniou Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
papantog@tcd.ie Archaic to Roman terracottas from Cyprus

Giorgos Papantoniou

Trinity College, Dublin

papantog@tcd.ie

Archaic to Roman terracottas from Cyprus

Oliver Pilz

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz

opilz@uni-mainz.de

Geometric and Archaic terracottas from Crete

Luana Poma

Italy

luanapo2@hotmail.com

Phoenician-punic terracottas; archaic and classical greek terracottas

Zetta Theodoropoulou-Polychroniadis Chair, Greek Archaeological Committee UK zetta.theodoropoulou@gmail.com Coroplastic research interests: archaic and classical figurines, plaques, pottery, with a specific interest in coastal sanctuaries

 

Asia, Asia Minor

Romina Carboni

Univeristà degli Studi di Cagliari

carboni.romina@libero.it

Classical terracottas from Greece, Asia Minor, and Sardinia

Frances Gallart-Marques

Cornell University

fg29@cornell.edu

Terracottas of Sardis

Elise Luneau German Archaeological Institute elise.luneau@dainst.de Terracottas from central Asia

Maja Rzeplińska

University of Warsaw

treserpudla@gmail.com

Hellenistic terracottas from Mesopotamia and Parthian - Sasanian Central Asia

Sven Kielau Independent researcher sven_kielau@yahoo.de Hellenistic terracottas of Asia Minor

 

Black Sea

Maya Muratov

Adelphi University

mbm224@nyu.edu

Terracottas from the Bosporan Kingdom (Black Sea)

 

Bronze, Iron Age…

Andrea Babbi

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

babbi@rgzm.de

Italian, Aegean and Cypriot terracotta and bronze figurines from the Late Bronze Age to the Orientalizing Period

Annie Caubet

Conservateur général honoraire du Patrimoine

annie.caubet@free.fr

Terracottas from Cyprus, Syria, and Lebanon, Bronze to Iron Age

Louise Contant Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne louise.contant@gmail.com Late Iron Age to Roman period terracottas in the Levant and Arabia

David Frankfurter

Boston University 

dtmf@bu.edu

Terracotta figurines in Roman and Christian Egypt

Regine Hunziker-Rodewald

University of Strasbourg

regine.hunziker@orange.fr

Iron Age figurines from Jordan 

Raz Kletter 

Israel

kletterr@gmail.com

Bronze and Iron Age terracottas of the Near East

Nadia B. Knudsen 

United Kingdom

ganchat3@hotmail.com

Early Bronze Age zoomorphic figurines from the Levant

Christine Morris

Trinity College Dublin

CMORRIS@tcd.ie

Aegean Bronze Age terracotta figurines, especially from Minoan peak sanctuaries

Elisa Rossberger

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

elisa_r@web.de

Bronze Age terracottas of Syria

Katri Saarelainen

University of Helsinki, Finland

katri.saarelainen@gmail.com

Iron Age terracottas from Israel and Jordan

Loeta Tyree

American School of Classical Studies

loetatyree@gmail.com

Cretan Bronze Age figurines and religion with a specific interest in Minoan sacred caves

 

Ceramic Artifacts, Petrography

Maria Dikomitou-Eliadou

University of Cyprus

m.dikom@ucy.ac.cy

Interdisciplinary study of ceramic artifacts; ceramic petrography

 

Classical

Romina Carboni

Univeristà degli Studi di Cagliari

carboni.romina@libero.it

Classical terracottas from Greece, Asia Minor, and Sardinia

Luana Poma

Italy

luanapo2@hotmail.com

Phoenician-punic terracottas; archaic and classical greek terracottas

Zetta Theodoropoulou-Polychroniadis Chair, Greek Archaeological Committee UK zetta.theodoropoulou@gmail.com Coroplastic research interests: archaic and classical figurines, plaques, pottery, with a specific interest in coastal sanctuaries

 

Crete

Oliver Pilz

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz

opilz@uni-mainz.de

Geometric and Archaic terracottas from Crete

Loeta Tyree

American School of Classical Studies

loetatyree@gmail.com

Cretan Bronze Age figurines and religion with a specific interest in Minoan sacred caves

 

Cyprus

Constantina Alexandrou 

Trinity College Dublin

alexandc@tcd.ie

Late Bronze Age terracotta figurines from Cyprus

Erin Walcek Averett

Creighton University, Omaha

erinaverett@creighton.edu

Greek Geometric terracottas, Cypriote terracottas

Andrea Babbi

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

babbi@rgzm.de

Italian, Aegean and Cypriot terracotta and bronze figurines from the Late Bronze Age to the Orientalizing Period

Annie Caubet

Conservateur général honoraire du Patrimoine

annie.caubet@free.fr

Terracottas from Cyprus, Syria, and Lebanon, Bronze to Iron Age

Giorgos Papantoniou Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
papantog@tcd.ie Archaic to Roman terracottas from Cyprus

Nancy Serwint

Arizone State University, Tempe

Nancy.Serwint@asu.edu

Terracottas of Marion (Cyprus)

Anja Ulbrich 

Ashmolean Museum of Art and ArchaeologyUniversity of Oxford

anya_ulbrich@gmx.de

All aspects of Greek, Cypriot and Near Eastern terracottas

 

Egypt, Egyptian

Caitlin Barrett

cornell University 

ceb329@cornell.edu

Egyptianizing terracottas

David Frankfurter

Boston University 

dtmf@bu.edu

Terracotta figurines in Roman and Christian Egypt

Arnaud Saura-Ziegelmeyer Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès a.sauraziegelmeyer@gmail.com Egyptian terracottas

 

Gender in the Old World and New World

Jennifer Butterworth

University of Memphis

jennybutterworth@yahoo.com

Terracottas and gender in the Old World and New World

 

Geometric

Erin Walcek Averett

Creighton University, Omaha

erinaverett@creighton.edu

Greek Geometric terracottas, Cypriote terracottas

Oliver Pilz

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz

opilz@uni-mainz.de

Geometric and Archaic terracottas from Crete


Greek

Erica Morais Angliker

University of London em2316@caa.columbia.edu Terracottas from the Cyclades (Greece)
Souad Ait Salah Université de Lille-SHS souad.aitsalah@gmail.com Terracottas of north Greece
Hélène Aurigny   Aix-Marseille Université aurigny@mmsh.univ-aix.fr           Terracottas (technique, iconography and style) especially of Argos

Romina Carboni

Univeristà degli Studi di Cagliari

carboni.romina@libero.it

Classical terracottas from Greece, Asia Minor, and Sardinia

Maria Chidiroglou

Department of Archaeological Sites, Hellenic Ministry of Culture

mariachidiroglou@gmail.com

Terracottas from Euboea (Greece)

Vassiliki Georgaka

Greek Ministry of Culture-First Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Studies

vgeorgaka@culture.gr

Archaic Attic terracottas

Michael Anthony Fowler Columbia University maf2209@columbia.edu Greek terracottas
Keely Heuer State University of New York, New Paltz heuerk@newpaltz.edu Greek terracottas and vase painting

Sanne Hoffmann

Copenhagen University

bukrania@gmail.com

Greek terracotta figurines, mostly votives

Stéphanie Huysecom-Haxhi 
(ACoSt Vice-President)

Université SHS-Lille 3

stephanie.huysecom-haxhi@univ-lille3.fr

Terracottas from Thasos (Greece), from Dürres (Albania)

Stylianos Ieremias Oxford University stelios_ieremias@hotmail.com Classical Greek Terracottas

Heather Jackson

The University of Melbourne, Victoria

hmjackson@bigpond.co

Terracottas from Jebel Khalid (Syria); terracottas from Torone (Greece)

Violaine Jeammet

Musée du Louvre 

Violaine.Jeammet@louvre.fr

Greek terracottas

Hasan Kasapoglu Atatürk University Faculty of Letters Archaeology Department (Turkey) hkasapoglu@atauni.edu.tr Greek and Roman Terracotta Figurines / Terracotta Figurines from Parion

Sonia Klinger

University of Haifa

klinger@research.haifa.ac.il

Terracottas of Corinth (Greece), Roman terracottas of Israel

Theo Kopestonsky

University of Tennessee

tkopesto@gmail.com

Corinthian terracottas

Martin Maischberger

Antikensammlung Berlin

m.maischberger@smb.spk-berlin.de

Greek and Roman terracottas

Christina Marangou

 

chrmarangou@yahoo.gr 

Terracottas from Greece

Natacha Massar

Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels

n.massar@kmkg-mrah.be

Terracottas from Greece and south Italy

Alexandre G. Mitchell

Institute of Archaeology, Oxford (Director at Expressum, translation services)

info@expressum.eu

Greco-Roman terracotta figurines, particularly caricature and pathological grotesques

Belisa Muka

Institute of Archaeology, Butrint, Albania

b_muka@yahoo.com

Terracottas from Illyria and Epirus (Albania)

Arthur Muller

Université SHS Lille

arthur.muller@univ-lille3.fr

Greek and Albania terracottas

Marion Muller-Dufeu

Université SHS Lille

mmullerdufeu@sfr.fr

Greek and Albania terracottas

Ioannis Mylonopoulos Columbia University jm3193@columbia.edu Greek Terracottas

Luana Poma

Italy

luanapo2@hotmail.com

Phoenician-punic terracottas; archaic and classical greek terracottas

Alexandra Prokova University of Cologne alprokova@gmail.com Greek terracottas

Angele Rosenberg

University of Chicago

angelero@uchicago.edu

Terracottas of Greece

Gina Salapata
(ACoSt Secretary)

Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

G.Salapata@massey.ac.nz

Terracotta plaques from Laconia (Greece)

Alexandra Sofroniew University of California, Davis asofroniew@ucdavis.edu Greek and Italic terracottas, anatomical terracottas, terracottas in museum collections

Katja Sporn

German Archaeological Institute, Athens

Katja.Sporn@dainst.de

Greek Archaeology, Archaeology of Cult, Funerary culture, Topographic, Studies, Iconography

Dominique Kassab Tezgör

Bilkent University, Ankara

tezgor@bilkent.edu.tr

Greek Hellenistic and Roman figurines, typology and technique

Jaimee Uhlenbrock
(ACoSt President)

State Unversity of New York, New Paltz

uhlenbrj@newpaltz.edu

Greek terracottas of Libya and Sicily

Anja Ulbrich 

Ashmolean Museum of Art and ArchaeologyUniversity of Oxford

anya_ulbrich@gmx.de

All aspects of Greek, Cypriot and Near Eastern terracottas

Nadezhda Zhizhina Hermitage Museum jijina@mail.ru Greek plaster reliefs

 

Hellenistic

Alexandros Andreou

University of Athens

satyriskos@gmail.com

Hellenistic and Roman terracotta figurines from the deposits around the Sanctuary of the Nymph at the South Slope of the Acropolis (Greece)

Sven Kielau Independent researcher sven_kielau@yahoo.de Hellenistic terracottas of Asia Minor
Maja Rzeplińska University of Warsaw maja.rzeplinska@gmail.com Terracottas from Hellenistic, Parhian and Sasanian Mesopotamia, Iran and Central Asia

 

Iberian

Silvia Alfaye

University of Zaragoza

silvia.alfaye@gmail.com

Iberian terracottas

Iconography, Function
Hélène Aurigny   Aix-Marseille Université aurigny@mmsh.univ-aix.fr           Terracottas (technique, iconography and style) especially of Argos
Anja Ulbrich Universität Heidelberg anya_ulbrich@gmx.de The iconography of Cypriot, Greek, and Near Eastern terracottas
Simone Voegtle University of Bern (Switzerland) simone.voegtle@iaw.unibe.ch Iconography in figurative terracottas

 

Ionia

Martine Dewailly

École Française de Rome

martine.dewailly@efrome.it

Terracottas from South Italy (Basilicata, Puglia) and from Ionia (Claros, Ephesos)

Iraq

Roberta Menegazzi

Centro Ricerche e Scavi di Torino per il Medio Oriente e l'Asia

robertamenegazzi@yahoo.it

Terracottas from Seleucia on the Tigris (Iraq)

Israel

Annie Caubet

Conservateur général honoraire du Patrimoine

annie.caubet@free.fr

Terracottas from Cyprus, Syria, and Lebanon, Bronze to Iron Age

Erin Darby
(ACoSt Treasurer)

University of Tennessee

edarby1@utk.edu

Terracottas from Israel

Adi Erlich
(Executive Committee)

University of Haifa

aerlich@research.haifa.ac.il

Terracottas from Israel and the Levant

Sonia Klinger

University of Haifa

klinger@research.haifa.ac.il

Terracottas of Corinth (Greece), Roman terracottas of Israel

Katri Saarelainen

University of Helsinki, Finland

katri.saarelainen@gmail.com

Iron Age terracottas from Israel and Jordan

 

Italy

Rebecca Ammerman
(ACoSt Executive Committee)

Colgate University

Rammerman@mail.colgate.edu

Tterracottas from south Italy

Fabio Astone

Antiquarium Communale di Agropoli (Salerno)

giubbeblu@alice.it

Terracottas from Poseidonia (south Italy)

Andrea Babbi

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

babbi@rgzm.de

Italian, Aegean and Cypriot terracotta and bronze figurines from the Late Bronze Age to the Orientalizing Period

Geltrude Bizzaro

Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”

geltrudebizzarro@gmail.com

Terracottas of south Italy

Natalie Cholodenko Université François-Rabelais, Tours n.cholodenko@gmail.com Archaic arulae of Sicily and south Italy

Martine Dewailly

École Française de Rome

martine.dewailly@efrome.it

Terracottas from South Italy (Basilicata, Puglia) and from Ionia (Claros, Ephesos)

Daphni Doepner 

Universität Bonn

daphni.doepner@uni-bonn.de

Terracottas of South Italy and Troy  

Mechthild Ladurner

University of Vienna

Mechthild.Ladurner@dainst.de

The terracottas of southern Italy and Sicily

Natacha Massar

Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels

n.massar@kmkg-mrah.be

Terracottas from Greece and south Italy

Alexandra Sofroniew University of California, Davis asofroniew@ucdavis.edu Greek and Italic terracottas, anatomical terracottas, terracottas in museum collections

Elizabeth Weistra

University of Groningen (the Netherlands) ellyweistra@gmail.com Terracottas from (Francavilla Marittima in) South Italy

 

Jointed Dolls

Frauke Gutschke

Germany

fraukegutschke@web.de

Jointed dolls

Jordan

Regine Hunziker-Rodewald

University of Strasbourg

regine.hunziker@orange.fr

Iron Age figurines from Jordan 

Astrid Nunn

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

astrid.nunn@hotmail.de

Phoenician, Syrian, and Trans-Jordanian terracottas

Katri Saarelainen

University of Helsinki, Finland

katri.saarelainen@gmail.com

Iron Age terracottas from Israel and Jordan

 

 

Libya

Jaimee Uhlenbrock, (ACoSt President)

State Unversity of New York, New Paltz

uhlenbrj@newpaltz.edu

Greek terracottas of Libya and Sicily

Minoan

Christine Morris

Trinity College Dublin

CMORRIS@tcd.ie

Aegean Bronze Age terracotta figurines, especially from Minoan peak sanctuaries

Loeta Tyree

American School of Classical Studies

loetatyree@gmail.com

Cretan Bronze Age figurines and religion with a specific interest in Minoan sacred caves

Nicola Cucuzza University of Genoa Nicola.cucuzza@lettere.unige.it Minoan and Mycenaean figurines
Musical Representations

Angela Bellia

Università di Urbino

angelabellia1@virgilio.it

Figurative terracottas and musical iconography

Near East, Levant, Mesopotamia, Babylonia
Stéphanie Budin University of Oregon slbudin@gmail.com Coroplastic interconnections in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East

Adi Erlich 
(ACoSt Executive Committee)

University of Haifa

aerlich@research.haifa.ac.il

Terracottas from Israel and the Levant

Raz Kletter 

Israel

kletterr@gmail.com

Bronze and Iron Age terracottas of the Near East

Nadia B. Knudsen 

United Kingdom

ganchat3@hotmail.com

Early Bronze Age zoomorphic figurines from the Levant

Stephanie Langin-Hooper Southern Methodist University langinhooper@mail.smu.edu Terracottas from Mesopotamia
Maja Rzeplińska University of Warsaw maja.rzeplinska@gmail.com Terracottas from Hellenistic, Parhian and Sasanian Mesopotamia, Iran and Central Asia

Anja Ulbrich 

Ashmolean Museum of Art and ArchaeologyUniversity of Oxford

anya_ulbrich@gmx.de

All aspects of Greek, Cypriot and Near Eastern terracottas

 

Orientalizing period

Andrea Babbi

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

babbi@rgzm.de

Italian, Aegean and Cypriot terracotta and bronze figurines from the Late Bronze Age to the Orientalizing Period

Particularly Caricature and Pathological Grotesques

Alexandre G. Mitchell

Institute of Archaeology, Oxford 

info@expressum.eu

Greco-Roman terracotta figurines, particularly caricature and pathological grotesques | Director at Expressum, translation services ( www.expressum.eu)

Phoenician

Mireia López-Bertran

University of Glasgow

mireia_lopez@hotmail.com

Phoenician and Punic figurines in the western Mediterranean 

Astrid Nunn

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

astrid.nunn@hotmail.de

Phoenician, Syrian, and Trans-Jordanian terracottas

Luana Poma

Italy

luanapo2@hotmail.com

Phoenician-punic terracottas; archaic and classical greek terracottas

Punic

Mireia López-Bertran

University of Glasgow

mireia_lopez@hotmail.com

Phoenician and Punic figurines in the western Mediterranean

Luana Poma

Italy

luanapo2@hotmail.com

Phoenician-punic terracottas; archaic and classical greek terracottas

Religion

Sanne Hoffmann

Copenhagen University

bukrania@gmail.com

Greek terracotta figurines, mostly votives

Loeta Tyree

American School of Classical Studies

loetatyree@gmail.com

Cretan Bronze Age figurines and religion with a specific interest in Minoan sacred caves

 

Roman, Late Roman, Roman Byzantine

Alexandros Andreou

University of Athens

satyriskos@gmail.com

Hellenistic and Roman terracotta figurines from the deposits around the Sanctuary of the Nymph at the South Slope of the Acropolis (Greece)

Louise Contant Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne louise.contant@gmail.com Late Iron Age to Roman period terracottas in the Levant and Arabia
Hasan Kasapoglu Atatürk University Faculty of Letters Archaeology Department (Turkey) hkasapoglu@atauni.edu.tr Greek and Roman Terracotta Figurines / Terracotta Figurines from Parion

Sonia Klinger

University of Haifa

klinger@research.haifa.ac.il

Terracottas of Corinth (Greece), Roman terracottas of Israel

Martin Maischberger

Antikensammlung Berlin

m.maischberger@smb.spk-berlin.de

Greek and Roman terracottas

Alexandre G. Mitchell

Institute of Archaeology, Oxford 

info@expressum.eu

Greco-Roman terracotta figurines, particularly caricature and pathological grotesques | Director at Expressum, translation services ( www.expressum.eu)

Giorgos Papantoniou Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
papantog@tcd.ie Archaic to Roman terracottas from Cyprus

Dominique Kassab Tezgör

Bilkent University, Ankara

tezgor@bilkent.edu.tr

Greek Hellenistic and Roman figurines, typology and technique

 

Sacred Caves

Loeta Tyree

American School of Classical Studies

loetatyree@gmail.com

Cretan Bronze Age figurines and religion with a specific interest in Minoan sacred caves

Sanctuaries

Christine Morris

Trinity College Dublin

CMORRIS@tcd.ie

Aegean Bronze Age terracotta figurines, especially from Minoan peak sanctuaries

Zetta Theodoropoulou-Polychroniadis Chair, Greek Archaeological Committee UK zetta.theodoropoulou@gmail.com Coroplastic research interests: archaic and classical figurines, plaques, pottery, with a specific interest in coastal sanctuaries
Sardinia

Romina Carboni

Univeristà degli Studi di Cagliari

carboni.romina@libero.it

Classical terracottas from Greece, Asia Minor, and Sardinia

Sicily

Marina Albertocchi

Ca' Foscari University, Venice

m.albertocchi@alice.it

Terracottas of Sicily

Angela Bellia

Università di Palermo

angela.bellia@unibo.it

Terracottas of Sicily; terracottas with musical representations

Maria Adele Ibba

Università degli Studi di Cagliari

m.adeleibba@gmail.com

Terracottas from Cagliari (Sardinia). Terracottas from Iasos (Turkey) 

Mechthild Ladurner

University of Vienna

mechthild.ladurner@univie.ac.at

The terracottas of southern Italy and Sicily

Annamaria Manenti

 

manspad@libero.it

Terracottas of Sicily

Ambra Pace 

University of Messina, Sicily

ambra.pace@tin.it

Archaic protomai from the deposit of Piazza S. Francesco at Catania (Sicily)

Antonella Pautasso(ACoSt Executive Committee)

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto per i Beni Archeologici e Monumentali, Catania

Pautasso@unict.it

Terracottas of Sicily

Serena Raffiotta

Italy

serenaraffiotta@gmail.com

Terracottas of Sicily

Jaimee Uhlenbrock
( ACoStPresident)

State Unversity of New York, New Paltz

uhlenbrj@newpaltz.edu

Greek terracottas of Libya and Sicily

Gerrie van Rooijen

Leiden University

mojassameh@yahoo.com

Terracotta votives and the formation of religious beliefs in Sicily from the 7th to the 5th cent. B.C.

 

Syria

Heather Jackson

The University of Melbourne, Victoria

hmjackson@bigpond.co

Terracottas from Jebel Khalid (Syria); terracottas from Torone (Greece)

Astrid Nunn

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

astrid.nunn@hotmail.de

Phoenician, Syrian, and Trans-Jordanian terracottas

 

Terracotta Plaques, Votives

Sanne Hoffmann

Copenhagen University

bukrania@gmail.com

Greek terracotta figurines, mostly votives

Ferhan Sakal Qatar Museums Authority ferhan.sakal@uni-tuebingen.de Syrian terracottas

Gina Salapata

Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

G.Salapata@massey.ac.nz

Terracotta plaques from Laconia (Greece)

Gerrie van Rooijen

Leiden University

mojassameh@yahoo.com

tTrracotta votives and the formation of religious beliefs in Sicily from the 7th to the 5th cent. B.C. 

 

Typology, Technique
Hélène Aurigny   Aix-Marseille Université aurigny@mmsh.univ-aix.fr           Terracottas (technique, iconography and style) especially of Argos

Dominique Kassab Tezgör

Bilkent University, Ankara

tezgor@bilkent.edu.tr

Greek Hellenistic and Roman figurines, typology and technique

Turkey

Isabelle Hasselin Rous 

Musée du Louvre

isabelle.hasselin@louvre.fr

Terracottas of Smyrna

Maria Adele Ibba

Università degli Studi di Cagliari

m.adeleibba@gmail.com

Terracottas from Cagliari (Sardinia), terracottas from Iasos (Turkey) 

Frances Gallart-Marques

Cornell University

fg29@cornell.edu

Terracottas of Sardis

 

Western Mediterranean

Mireia López-Bertran

University of Glasgow

mireia_lopez@hotmail.com

Phoenician and Punic figurines in the western Mediterranean 

Zoomorphic

Nadia B. Knudsen 

 United Kingdom

ganchat3@hotmail.com

Early Bronze Age zoomorphic figurines from the Levant

 



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