lemens Reichel, PH.D.
Institute of Archaeology (London)
British School of Archaeology in Iraq
Dr. Herrmann is among the leading
experts on ivories from the Neo-Assyrian
period and editor of the Nimrud Ivories
Project. She has authored and
co-authored three volumes on ivory
furniture and fixtures from Fort
Shalmaneser in the series "Ivories from
Nimrud" and published numerous articles
on ivory styles and "schools," trying to
delineate the geographic and cultural
origins of these artifacts. In this
workshop she will introduce and discuss
the ivories from the Northwest Palace of
Assunasirpal II at Nimrud, which to
present day have largely remained
Friday 1 April , 2005 at 2 p.m.
1155 E 58th St.
Chicago IL 60637