Looting, collecting, and exhibiting: the Bubon bronzes


Bronze statue of a nude male figure, Greek or Roman, Hellenistic or Imperial, c. 200 B.C.E. – c. 200 C.E. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art). Speakers: Dr. Elizabeth Marlowe and Dr. Steven Zucker ARCHES: At Risk Cultural Heritage Education Series


Additional resources:

Dr. Elizabeth Marlow, “Marlowe on the Real Issue with the Glyptotek Head” from the Illicit Cultural Property Blog.

Dr. Elizabeth Marlowe, “When Will Museums Tell the Whole Truth About Their Antiquities?,” Hyperallergic, September 14, 2022

Bubon on Chasing Aphrodite

Bubon on Looting Matters

 


Smarthistory images for teaching and learning:

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Cite this page as: Dr. Elizabeth Marlowe and Dr. Steven Zucker, "Looting, collecting, and exhibiting: the Bubon bronzes," in Smarthistory, September 14, 2017, accessed February 23, 2024, https://smarthistory.org/looting-collecting-and-exhibiting-the-bubon-bronzes-2/.