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Industrial Religion: An Interview with Susan Rotroff
First discovered in the 1930s, the “saucer pyres” of the Athenian Agora remained a mystery for over 70 years, until Professor Susan I. Rotroff turned her attention to these deposits 10 years ago. Industrial Religion: The Saucer Pyres of the Athenian Agora (Hesperia Suppl. 47) investigates the nature of the saucer pyre sacrifices.
Funerary Sculpture: An Interview with Janet Burnett Grossman
Janet Burnett Grossman, one of Evelyn B. Harrison’s students at NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts, published her first Agora “Blue Book” in December 2013: Funerary Sculpture. In this interview, she talks about her book, the writing process, and how an art historical approach benefits the understanding of archaeology.
Hesperia 82.4 Now Online!
Topics in this issue include the manuring hypothesis in Greek survey archaeology; the role of the salpinx player on the Pella hydria; sculptors’ trial pieces and figure studies done in poros limestone from the Athenian Agora; M. Antonius Aristocrates and Roman political power in the provinces; and the medieval archaeological finds from the Northeast Gateway at the Palace of Nestor.