Looting - ARH 302 January 28-29 Section Assignment Looting...

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January 28-29 Section Assignment Looting of Antiquities As we have seen in class, images have the ability to communicate a vast amount of information. Sometimes, the information is readily accessible to a viewer; other times, the information must be gathered from piecing together outside details and relating those details to the image in question ( context ). In this assignment, you will try your hand at looking closely at and describing an image. The information you find within the image itself is considerable, and valuable in its own right. Information relating to the image may also be considerable, and potentially just as valuable. BEFORE you begin reading the articles on E-RES: On a separate sheet of paper, describe the image that you see here. Be detailed in your description. (The drawing on the left is a flattened drawing of the physical object on the right.) What do you think the scene(s) depict? What is your evidence from the image? What kinds of functions do you think this object and its scenes may have had?
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