Hilprecht's collection is important because it was put together at the turn of the century by one of the great names in Near Eastern archaeology, because he had documented the provenance and nature of the pieces, and because so many of the objects were from Anatolia, thus providing evidence for provincial bronze production of a type that is not well known or published.
The Hilprecht collection is not well known, yet it forms a cohesive group which this publication now makes available, taking advantage of the recent strides in the study of classical bronzes.
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Chapter 1. Greek Objects
Chapter 2. Italic And Etruscan Objects
Chapter 3. Roman Objects
Appendix I. Non-Classical Objects
Appendix II. Concordances