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Convoy Commanders and Other Military Identities in Tomb Art of Western Anatolia around the Time of the Persian Wars

Draycott, Catherine M.

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Abstract

This paper considers the emergence of various military guises in the tomb art of Western Anatolia as responses to the Persian Wars. It includes the convoy in the Tatarli Tomb, taken by others to be a funerary procession, as well other images of battle and warriors. The guises selected offer some insight into the cultural identities of the different communities of Western Anatolia during what is argued to be a formative period for politics, group identities and art.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date 2010
Deposit Date Jan 17, 2015
Journal Bollettino di Archeologia online
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Volume Volume speciale: Roma 2008 - International Congress of Classical Archaeology. Meetings between cultures in the ancient Mediterranean (ed. by M. Dalla Riva)
Article Number G/G1/2
Pages 7-23
Public URL https://durham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1414324
Publisher URL http://www.bollettinodiarcheologiaonline.beniculturali.it/documenti/generale/2_Draycott_paper.pdf