This paper stems from a study carried out by the author on the Neopalatial sealings housed in two Italian museums, namely the National Archaeological Museum of Florence and the National Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum “L. Pigorini” in Rome. The major aim of this project was the application of digital technologies for the virtual representation and reconstruction of Aegean sealings. Reflections on shapes, inscriptions and functions of Neopalatial sealings, which emerged from this kind of study, are here presented.

Further Observations on Shapes, Inscriptions, and Functions of Neopalatial Nodules and Noduli

Barbara Montecchi
2015

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This paper stems from a study carried out by the author on the Neopalatial sealings housed in two Italian museums, namely the National Archaeological Museum of Florence and the National Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum “L. Pigorini” in Rome. The major aim of this project was the application of digital technologies for the virtual representation and reconstruction of Aegean sealings. Reflections on shapes, inscriptions and functions of Neopalatial sealings, which emerged from this kind of study, are here presented.
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