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|Title:||Embodied energies, embedded stories: releasing the potential of casts of early medieval sculptures|
|Citation:||Foster S (2013) Embodied energies, embedded stories: releasing the potential of casts of early medieval sculptures. In: Hawkes J (ed.) Making Histories: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Insular Art, York 2011. Donington: Shaun Tyas, pp. 339-357. http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/making-histories.html|
Victoria and Albert Museum
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|Abstract:||This paper explores the story-telling (cultural biographical) potential of plaster casts, specifically the casts made since the early nineteenth-century of early medieval sculpture in Britain and Ireland. It reports on a pilot study focussing on the Scottish material.|
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