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Attic inscriptions in UK Collections : Leeds City Museum.

Liddel, Peter and Low, Polly (2019) 'Attic inscriptions in UK Collections : Leeds City Museum.', . AIO Papers series., 6

Abstract

The Leeds City Museum contains only one inscription of (relatively) certain Attic provenance, but the collection is nevertheless an important one, which sheds interesting light on the complex history of classical collecting in the United Kingdom. We are very grateful to Katherine Baxter, Curator of Archaeology at the Leeds Museum, for allowing us access to the collections of the Museum, and for her generous support for all aspects of our project. We are also indebted to the archivists at the Special Collections of the Brotherton Library, Leeds University, and at the Calderdale Collections of the West Yorkshire Archive Service. It is again a pleasure to record our thanks to Stephen Lambert, Robert Pitt, S. Douglas Olson, P. J. Rhodes and the anonymous reader for AIUK for their very helpful comments on earlier drafts of this paper.

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Publisher Web site:https://www.atticinscriptions.com/papers/aiuk-6/
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Date deposited:07 August 2019
Date of first online publication:01 July 2019
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