The use of facial characteristics as engendering strategies in Phoenician-Punic studies
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The use of facial characteristics as engendering strategies in Phoenician-Punic studies

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López-Bertrán, Mireia; Garcia-Ventura, Agnès
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In this paper, we consider four categories of Phoenician-Punic artifacts and how they have been engendered in modern scholarship, specifically with regard to facial characteristics: mold-made musician figurines, bottle-shaped figurines, and masks both of terracotta and painted ostrich eggshell.1 Although we shall not discuss these objects in depth, we contend that it is worthwhile to consider them together in order to draw attention to the strategies used to engender these objects in Phoenician-Punic studies, as they present some common facial characteristics which have been interpreted quite differently by scholars in terms of their relationship to gender.

    López-Bertrán, Mireia Garcia-Ventura, Agnès 2016 The use of facial characteristics as engendering strategies in Phoenician-Punic studies Near Eastern Archaeology 79 3 206 213

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