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Title: Visualizing Antigone’s World: The Greek Conception of Mythology, Ritual, and Status of the Dead
Authors: Pollack, Aviva
Advisors: Venit, Marjorie
Department/Program: Art History and Archaeology
Type: Museum Art Exhibit Proposal
Keywords: Greek
Art
Issue Date: 28-Feb-2014
Abstract: The following is a research project in the form of a 50+ page hypothetical museum exhibit proposal, including grant proposal, floor plan, objects, object labels, case texts, and wall texts.
Description: 2014 Recipient of the Library Award for Undergraduate Research
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1903/14986
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