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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 371 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BIBLIOG RAPnl.—For the Dahshur jewels, see J. de Morgan and others; Fouilles a Dahchour, Mars-Juin 5894 (Vienna, 1895) and Fouilles a Dahchour en1894–5895 (Vienna, 1903). For the Aah-hotp jewels, see Mariette, Album de Musee de Boulaq, pls. 29–31 ; Birch, Facsimiles of the Egyptian Relics discovered in the Tomb of Queen Aahhotep (1863). For Cretan excavations, see A. J Evans, in Annual of the British School at Athens, Nos. 7 to I I ; Archaeologia, vol. lix. For excavations at Enkorni, see Excavations in Cyprus, by A. S. Murray and others (1900). For Schliemann's excavations, see Schliemann's works; also Schuchhardt, Schliemann's Excavations; Perrot & Chipiez, Histoire de l'Art, vi. For the Greek Island treasure, see A. J. Evans, Journal of Hellenic Studies, xiii. For Ephesus gold treasure, see D. G. Hogarth, British Museum Excavations at Ephesus; The Archaic Artemisia. For the Hermitage Collection from South Russia, see Gille, Antiquites du Bosphore Cimmerien (reissued by S. Reinach), and the Comptes rendus of the Russian Archaeological Commission (St Petersburg). For later jewelry, Pollak, Goldschmiedearbeit. For Treasure of Petrossa, A. Odobesco, Le Tresor de Petrossa. For the European and west Asiatic barbaric jewelry, see O. M. Dalton, in Archaeologia, (viii. 237, and the Treasure of the Oxus (British Museum, 1905). For the whole history, G. Fontenay, Les Bijoux anciens et modernes (Paris [Quantin], 1887). For the recent movement, Leonce Benedite, " La Bijouterie et la joaillerie, a 1'exposition universclle; Rene Lalique, ' in the Revue des arts decoratifs, 1900 (July, August). (A. H. SM.)
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