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In this volume, Bilsel argues that the museum has produced a modern decor, an iconic image, which has replaced the lost antique originals, rather than creating an explicitly hypothetical representation of Antiquity.
Keywords Archaeology Philosophy  Archaeological museums and collections  Museum architecture Designs and plans  Antiquities Collection and preservation  Museum techniques  Archaeological museums and collections
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