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Full Record: x-05107-und-01/05107_01

2005-2006

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Hima B. Mallampati

Terracotta Figurine of a Boy with Jug in the Kelsey Museum

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Seleucia on the Tigris, Iraq, 143 BCE-70 CE. Head and bust: semidraped boy with jug. Terracotta with buff slip, 5.8 ˙ 5.0 cm. University of Michigan Excavations, Kelsey Museum 33701

Full Record: x-05108-und-01/05108_01

2005-2006

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Lindsay Ambridge

A Glass Fish-head Inlay in the Kelsey Museum

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Egypt, first century BCE to first century CE. Mosaic glass inlay depicting the head of a fish. Glass inlay, L. 5.5 cm. Ruthven Collection, Kelsey Museum 1965.3.135

Full Record: x-05109-und-01/05109_01

2005-2006

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R. James Cook

A Roman Coarseware Casserole in the Kelsey Museum

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North Africa, Roman period, late second or third century CE. Roman coarseware casserole. Burnt-orange clay, Diam. 15.7 cm; H. ca. 12 cm. Donated by Byron Count De Prorok in 1924, Kelsey Museum 7000

Full Record: x-05110-und-01/05110_01

2005-2006

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Kirsten Olds

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Historically Resonant Portrait by Photographer Carrie Mae Weems

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Carrie Mae Weems, American, born 1953. After Manet, from May Days Long Forgotten, 2002. C-print. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.3

Full Record: x-05111-und-01/05111_01

2005-2006

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Natsu Oyobe

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Colorful Japanese Haori

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Minagawa Gekka. Japanese, 1892-1987. Haori with flaming chrysanthemum design, ca. 1945-1950. Black damask silk with wax-resist patterns, hand-painted designs, and metallic thread embroidery. Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi, 2005/1.351

Full Record: x-05112-und-01/05112_01

2005-2006

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Carole McNamara

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Oil Painting by Alma-Tadema

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Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Dutch, 1836-1912. Vespasian hearing from one of his generals of the taking of Jerusalem by Titus, 1866. Oil on panel, 51 ˙ 38 cm. Museum purchase made possible with funds from the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.143

Full Record: x-05113-und-01/05113_01

2005-2006

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Maribeth Graybill

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Tang Dynasty Tomb Sculpture

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Lion-faced tomb guardian. 三彩陶獅子頭鎮墓獸 陶 中國中原 盛唐 館藏品. North central China, Tang dynasty (618–907), early 8th century. Earthenware with sancai (tri-color) glaze in amber and brown (both iron oxide) and green (copper oxide), 70 × 24.13 × 6.03 cm. Gift of Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur in memory of Mrs. Wei-Djen D. Lo, 2004/2.132.1

Full Record: x-05115-und-01/05115_01

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

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Casts of Kudurru, modern. Plaster cast, 55.5 x 20.5 x 17.5 cm. Unknown source. KM 2004.3.1

Full Record: x-05115-und-02/05115_02

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

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Figurine of a woman, Parthian period. Clay, 6 x 4.5 x 2 cm.

Seleucia, Iraq. University of Michigan Excavations. KM 2004.2.2

Full Record: x-05115-und-03/05115_03

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

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Cuneiform inscriptions, modern. Plaster casts, 58 x 50 x 10 cm each. Unknown source. KM 2004.3.3–4

Full Record: x-05116-und-01/05116_01

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Katsukawa, Shunshô, Japanese, 1726–1792. A Scene from Act Two of The Treasury of Loyal Retainers, late 1770s. Color woodblock print, 26.3 x 19.6 cm. Museum purchase made possible by Mary Palmer, 2004/2.145

Full Record: x-05116-und-02/05116_02

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Chicken-headed ewer, Southeast China, Zhejiang or Jiangsu Province, Eastern Jin period (317–420). Stoneware with black glaze, 17 x 13 x 12.6 cm. Gift of Ping and Zenobia Lee, 2005/2.93

Full Record: x-05116-und-03/05116_03

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Shallow bowl with “flowing water” design, Neolithic Majiayao Culture, Majiayao Phase, 3200–2700 BCE. Earthenware with black slip painted designs, 33 x 13 cm. Gift of Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur in memory of Mrs. Wei-Djen D. Lo, 2004/2.133

Full Record: x-05116-und-04/05116_04

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Chihuly, Dale, American, born 1941. Soft Cylinder with Blanket Drawing, Cobalt Violet (Basket Series), 1988. Blown glass sculpture with white, black, and red-ochre pigments, 22 x 23 x 21.4 cm. Bequest of the Estate of David Caldwell Leedy, 2005/2.32

Full Record: x-05116-und-05/05116_05

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Vinckboons, David, Flemish, 1576–ca. 1632. Landscape, late 16th–early 17th century. Pen, ink, and brown and blue wash on laid paper, 30.48 x 41.91 cm. Gift of the Nathan T. Whitman Trust, 2004/2.17

Full Record: x-05116-und-06/05116_06

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Thai. Manuscript cabinet, 19th-early 20th century. Lacquered and gilt wood with appliquéd mirrors, 120.5 x 89.5 x 64 cm. Gift of Doris Duke’s Southeast Asian Art Collection, 2005/1.467

Full Record: x-05116-und-07/05116_07

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Dogancay, Burhan, Turkish, born 1929. Faschismus, 1997.

Collage, acrylic, pencil, chalk, and sand on cardboard, 87.6 x 68.6 cm. Anonymous gift, 2005/2.64

Full Record: x-05116-und-08/05116_08

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Goicolea, Anthony, American, born 1971. Last Supper, 1999. Cibachrome print, 101.6 x 195.6 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.9

Full Record: x-05116-und-09/05116_09

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Calder, Alexander, American, 1898–1976. Young Girl and Her Train, ca. 1970. Color lithograph, 75.5 x 58.5 cm. Gift of Jane Turczyn and Mike Ennis in memory of Shirley and Lee Kollins, 2004/2.125

Full Record: x-05116-und-10/05116_10

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Delacroix, Eugène, French, 1798–1863. Les Ecrevisses à Longchamps, 1822. Lithograph, 35.56 x 50.8 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.140

Full Record: x-05116-und-11/05116_11

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Lepère, Auguste Louis, French, 1849–1918. Eve, after Rodin, 1850–1900. Chiaroscuro woodcut, 19.7 x 30.5 cm. Gift of J. Frederick Hoffman, 2005/1.430

Full Record: x-05116-und-12/05116_12

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Mangold, Sylvia Plimack, American, born 1938. The Pin Oak Diptych (A), 2003. Drypoint and aquatint, 63.5 x 47 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the Friends and Family of Dottie Farhat, on the occasion of her 70th birthday, 2005/2.1.1

Full Record: x-05116-und-13/05116_13

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Pearlstein, Philip, American, born 1924. Two Nudes with Oak Stool and Canvas, 1973. Lithograph, 93 x 111.8 cm. Gift of Kathy and Angelos Constantinides, 2005/1.323

Full Record: x-05116-und-14/05116_14

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Teraoka, Masami, Japanese, born 1936. Namiyo at Hanauma Bay, 1985. Color lithograph, 63.3 x 91.3 cm. Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick, 2004/2.92

Full Record: x-05116-und-15/05116_15

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Le hamac, 1880. Etching and drypoint, 27.8 x 18.4 cm. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Aldrich, 2004/2.157

Full Record: x-05116-und-16/05116_16

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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African (Congo [Zaire], Bushoong). Cup, ca. 1890. Wood, copper staples, and cowrie shells, 20 x 10 x 8 cm. Gift of Candis and Helmut Stern, 2005/1.207

Full Record: x-05116-und-17/05116_17

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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African (Congo [Zaire], Bekalebwe). Figure, ca. 1890. Wood, copper, metal tacks, leather, snakeskin, raffia, and vegetable fiber cloth, 62 x 32 x 12 cm. Gift of Candis and Helmut Stern, 2005/1.227

Full Record: x-05116-und-18/05116_18

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Cambodian. Guardian lion, 12th century. Sandstone, 81.5 x 35 x 44.5 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund, 2004/2.12

Full Record: x-05116-und-19/05116_19

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Phulkari shawl, first half of 20th century. Homespun cotton cloth with silk embroidery, 237 x 133.6 cm. Anonymous gift in honor of Karuna and Brijen Goswamy, 2005/2.10

Full Record: x-05116-und-20/05116_20

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

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Obi. Black gauze fukuro obi with large hôsôge floral medallions, 1960–1980s. Black leno weave (gauze) silk with floral patterns woven in red-lacquered paper, gold-coated paper, and a turquoise metal-coated paper, 426 x 31 cm. Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi, 2005/1.334

Full Record: x-07101-und-01/07101_01

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

Gernsheim Collection, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Fig. 1. Julia Margaret Cameron, Goodness from the series Fruits of the Spirit, 1864, albumen print, 25.4 x 20 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-02/07101_02

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

Gernsheim Collection, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin

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Fig.2. Julia Margaret Cameron, The Mountain Nymph, Sweet Liberty, 1866, albumen-silver print 36 x 28,1 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-03/07101_03

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

National Media Museum/Science & Society Picture Library, UK.

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Fig. 3. Julia Margaret Cameron, Cassiopoeia, 1866, albumen-silver print, 34.9 x 27.4 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-04/07101_04

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

Royal Photographic Society/Science & Society Picture Library, UK.

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Fig. 4. Julia Margaret Cameron, Pomona, 1872, albumen print, 34.6 x 27 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-05/07101_05

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

Gernsheim Collection, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Fig. 5. Julia Margaret Cameron, Alethea, 1872, albumen print, 32.5 x 23.7 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-06/07101_06

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

University of Michigan Museum of Art purchase, 1975/1.63

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Fig. 6. Julia Margaret Cameron, The Kiss of Peace, 1869, albumen print, 23.2 x 18.1 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-07/07101_07

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

Royal Photographic Society/Science & Society Picture Library, UK.

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Fig. 7. Oscar Gustav Rejlander, Two Ways of Life, 1857, composite albumen print, 41.0 x 79.0 cm.

Full Record: x-07101-und-08/07101_08

2007-2008

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Ksenya A. Gurshtein

The Mountain and the Mole-hill: Julia Margaret Cameron's Allegories

National Media Museum/Science & Society Picture Library, UK.

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Fig. 8. Julia Margaret Cameron, Beatrice, 1866, albumen print, 33.8 x 26.3 cm.

Full Record: x-07102-und-01/07102_01

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

UM Staff Photo.

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Fig. 1. Syrian cenotaph, twelfth century CE, sandstone/limestone, 2.34 x 1.63 x 12 m, 6,500 lbs./2,948.35 kg. Gift of Mr. Thomas Curtis, UMMA 1960/2.2a-p.

Full Record: x-07102-und-02/07102_02

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

UM Staff Photo.

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Fig. 2. Cenotaph, alternate view.

Full Record: x-07102-und-03/07102_03

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

Drawing: Matthei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum and UM Staff.

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Fig. 3. Diagram of cenotaph blocks.

Full Record: x-07102-und-04/07102_04

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

After Sourdel-Thomine 1950, 191, fig. 111.

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Fig. 4. Profile of Anonymous Cenotaph No. 2, Al-Bab al-Saghir Cemetery, Damascus.

Full Record: x-07102-und-05/07102_05

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

Photo: Chris Blauvelt

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Fig. 5. Epitaph inscription on the UMMA cenotaph. Side A.

Full Record: x-07102-und-06/07102_06

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

Photo: Chris Blauvelt

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Fig. 6. Epitaph inscription on the UMMA cenotaph. Side B.

Full Record: x-07102-und-07/07102_07

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

Photo: Chris Blauvelt

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Fig. 7. Epitaph inscription on the UMMA cenotaph. Side C.

Full Record: x-07102-und-08/07102_08

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

Photo: Chris Blauvelt

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Fig. 8. Epitaph inscription on the UMMA cenotaph. Side D.

Full Record: x-07102-und-09/07102_09

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

Service des Antiquites.

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Fig. 9. West face of the cenotaph of Altunas base. After Moaz and Ory 1977, pl. XIV.A, Cl.

Full Record: x-07102-und-10/07102_10

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

J. Dufour

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Fig. 10. West face of the capstone of the cenotaph of Altunas. After Moaz and Ory 1977, pl. XII.B, Cl.

Full Record: x-07102-und-11/07102_11

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

After Hillenbrand 1999, 6.

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Fig. 11. Map of the Near East.

Full Record: x-07102-und-12/07102_12

2007-2008

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Lisa Cakmak and Christopher Blauvelt

Carved Gardens: A Syrian Cenotaph in Michigan

After Hillenbrand 1999, 37, fig. 22.

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Fig. 12. From top: simple Kufic, foliated Kufic, floriated Kufic.