Museum Catalog Essay All essays should be well organized, include formal analyses (organized descriptions) of the principal object(s) or site and discussion of socio-historical context. Use at least five scholarly sources and Chicago-Style citation and footnotes. Remember that you are writing a museum catalog essay with a popular but academically inclined audience. Some basic questions to consider are: What type of object or site are you looking at, and what are the best parallels? What culture(s) does the object or site represent? What style is the object rendered in, and why might that style have been chosen? If you’re working on a site, how is the site organized and why? What is the function of the object or site, and how does it carry out that function? Who might have commissioned the object or site, and why? Who might have had access to this object or place? How does material play into our interpretation of the object or site? Is the object inscribed? If so, what is the relationship between word and image? If a site, have inscriptions been found there? How do they contribute to our understanding of the site? And, most importantly: how does the object or site complicate the basic geographical divisions we use in ancient art history? 5 pages double space 5 citations Chicago style
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