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Title

Sculptors' signatures on Iberian stone statues from Ipolca-Obulco (Porcuna, Jaén, Spain)

AuthorsMartínez-Navarrete, María Isabel ; Chapa Brunet, María Teresa; Belén, María; Rodero Riaza, Alicia; Ceprián, Bautista; Pereira Sieso, Juan
KeywordsIberia
Iberian culture
Iron Age
Sculpture
Statues
Art
Artists
Issue DateSep-2009
PublisherAntiquity Publications
CitationAntiquity 83(321) : 723-737 (2009)
AbstractWith the help of a modern mason, the authors have discovered a series of scarcely visible markings on well-known limestone statues from southern Spain dating back to the fifth century BC. Unrelated to letters or religious symbols, their best point of comparison seems to lie with the kind of signature used by masons to denote a craftsman or workshop. One can certainly forgive any sculptor an expression of pride in the elegant and complex carvings of the Iberian culture.
Publisher version (URL)http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/083/ant0830723.htm
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/29613
ISSN0003-598X
E-ISSN1745-1744
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