The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
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03/01/2011

Videocast: Telltale Depictions: A Contextual View of Mycenaean Wall-Paintings


On February 11, 2011, John Bennett (University of Sheffield) delivered the lecture, “Telltale Depictions: A Contextual View of Mycenaean Wall-Paintings” to lead off the 2-day weekend workshop on the subject.

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The School is able to share videocasts of presentations worldwide via the Internet thanks to the generosity of the Cannellopoulos Foundation, the U.S. Dept. of Education, and Alex Zagoreos, president of the Board of Overseers of the Gennadius Library, as well as Lloyd E. Cotsen for support of the Gennadius lectures.

Running time: approx. 50 minutes

John Bennet. “Telltale Depictions: A Contextual View of Mycenaean Wall-Paintings” part 1

 

John Bennet. “Telltale Depictions: A Contextual View of Mycenaean Wall-Paintings” part 2



The following videcasts are from the two-day workshop of “Telltale Depictions: A Contextual View of Mycenaean Wall-Paintings”, that took place at “The National Hellenic Research Foundation” in Athens.

 

Mycenaean Wall-Paintings in Context part 1

Mycenaean Wall-Paintings in Context part 2

Mycenaean Wall-Paintings in Context part 3

Mycenaean Wall-Paintings in Context part 4

Mycenaean Wall-Paintings in Context part 5

Mycenaean Wall-Paintings in Context part 6