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Title: The Image of Alexander the Great in Small-Form Art in Bactria (and Identification of the Depiction of a Warrior on the Gold Clasp from Tillya Tepe)
Author(s): ABDULLAEV, Kazim
Journal: Ancient West & East
Volume: 16 Date: 2017
Unlike in mainland Greece and Asia Minor, Hellenistic culture in Central Asia has left rather few portraits. Nevertheless, they are to be found on small-form objects, especially coins but also metalwork, carved gems, terracottas, carved ivory, etc. This article attempts to trace the popular image of Alexander the Great in small-form works found in archaeological sites in Central Asia.