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La collection d'antiquités grecques de l'Institut d'art et d'archéologie de Paris. 2. Les figurines en terre cuite

Abstract : The Institut d’art et d’archéologie of Paris have at its disposal a collection of Greek antiquities that were initially gathered and displayed in the Sorbonne. Made up of about 300 pieces this collection is now under special care within the framework of a scientific and cultural heritage program. Following a first paper dedicated to a series of Greek vases and fragments (published in JSav 2016), this second study deals with a collection of about 110 terracotta figurines. The research has been conducted along two lines: first by considering the marks inscribed on the pieces, then by studying all legal decrees and administrative archives related to these pieces. Beside a few figurines deposited by the French Republic, the majority of this research and teaching collection was acquired thanks to various gifts to the University, by the French School in Athens, by the French engineer Paul Gaudin and by the Greek merchant Elias Arapides. Unfortunately, nearly two thirds of the original collection, amounting to about 300 pieces, has now disappeared.
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Alain Duplouy, Cannelle Bruschini-Chaumet. La collection d'antiquités grecques de l'Institut d'art et d'archéologie de Paris. 2. Les figurines en terre cuite. Journal des Savants, De Boccard, 2019, pp.395-436. ⟨hal-02429492⟩

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