Terracottas in a Domestic Context: The Case of the House of Orpheus in Nea Paphos, Cyprus

in Hellenistic and Roman Terracottas
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The terracottas from the House of Orpheus in Nea Paphos, Cyprus, form part of a significant assemblage that spans from the Hellenistic to the Roman periods. The present study is a first attempt at presenting the archaeological and social contexts to which the terracotta assemblage of the Roman period belongs. It also provides an overview of our on-going project, which involves a systematic assessment of the assemblage, combining stylistic, compositional, experimental, computational and theoretical methods of study.1

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