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Antiquarianisms.

By: Anderson, Benjamin.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxbow Books 2017Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 178570687X; 9781785706875.Subject(s): Antiquities -- Collection and preservation | AntiquariansAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 930.1 LOC classification: CC135 | .A58 2017Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Acknowledgments; List of Figures; Notes on Contributors; Contributor Addresses; 1. Introduction: For a More Capacious History of Archaeology; 2. Archaeophilia: A Diagnosis and Ancient Case Studies; 3. The Virtues of Oblivion: Africa and the People without Antiquarianism; 4. LAS RELACIONES MEDITERRATLÁNTICAS: Comparative Antiquarianism and Everyday Archaeologies in Castile and Spanish America, 1575 -1586; 5. Ancient Artifice: The Production of Antiquity and the Social Roles of Ruins in the Heartland of the Inca Empire
6. Inventing the Antiquities of New Spain: Motolinía and the Mexican Antiquarian Traditions7. Rivaling Elgin: Ottoman Governors and Archaeological Agency in the Morea; 8. "… that we trusted not to Arab notions of archaeology": Reading the GRAND NARRATIVE Against the Grain; 9. Forgetting Athens; 10. Coda: Not for Lumpers Only; Index
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Acknowledgments; List of Figures; Notes on Contributors; Contributor Addresses; 1. Introduction: For a More Capacious History of Archaeology; 2. Archaeophilia: A Diagnosis and Ancient Case Studies; 3. The Virtues of Oblivion: Africa and the People without Antiquarianism; 4. LAS RELACIONES MEDITERRATLÁNTICAS: Comparative Antiquarianism and Everyday Archaeologies in Castile and Spanish America, 1575 -1586; 5. Ancient Artifice: The Production of Antiquity and the Social Roles of Ruins in the Heartland of the Inca Empire

6. Inventing the Antiquities of New Spain: Motolinía and the Mexican Antiquarian Traditions7. Rivaling Elgin: Ottoman Governors and Archaeological Agency in the Morea; 8. "… that we trusted not to Arab notions of archaeology": Reading the GRAND NARRATIVE Against the Grain; 9. Forgetting Athens; 10. Coda: Not for Lumpers Only; Index

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