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Bronze Age Trojan artefacts in Poland: some remarks

Bronze Age Trojan artefacts in Poland: some remarks AbstractThis article focuses on several overlooked assemblages of the Bronze Age artefacts from Troy brought to light by H. Schliemann and W. Dörpfeld. It briefly presents the complicated history and partition of duplicate artefacts from the Berlin collection and their donation to many European institutions after Schliemann's death. The article discusses five such collections in modern-day Poland. Schmidt's 1902 Berlin catalogue gives an overview of what types of object were sent to which institution, but gives no clear indication of the quantities involved. The present article tries to rectify that, and to present the information systematically institution by institution, with later documentation where available. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anatolian Studies Cambridge University Press

Bronze Age Trojan artefacts in Poland: some remarks

Anatolian Studies , Volume 62: 8 – Nov 13, 2012

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Cambridge University Press
Copyright
Copyright © The British Institute at Ankara 2012
ISSN
2048-0849
eISSN
0066-1546
DOI
10.1017/S0066154612000038
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Abstract

AbstractThis article focuses on several overlooked assemblages of the Bronze Age artefacts from Troy brought to light by H. Schliemann and W. Dörpfeld. It briefly presents the complicated history and partition of duplicate artefacts from the Berlin collection and their donation to many European institutions after Schliemann's death. The article discusses five such collections in modern-day Poland. Schmidt's 1902 Berlin catalogue gives an overview of what types of object were sent to which institution, but gives no clear indication of the quantities involved. The present article tries to rectify that, and to present the information systematically institution by institution, with later documentation where available.

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Anatolian StudiesCambridge University Press

Published: Nov 13, 2012

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