This paper summarizes the methodology used for attributing Minoan-Mycenaean sealstones to stylistic groups, and assesses the reception of this method since the mid 1980s. A closing section points out that little work has been done to attribute gold rings, and asks whether any Aegean seals of the Late Bronze Age were ever made on the Mainland and whether identifying artists really adds to our understanding of Aegean seals.
"Attributing Aegean Seals: Looking Back, Glacing Ahead." In: Die Bedeutung der minoischen und mykenischen Glyptik. VI. Internationales Siegel-Symposium aus Anlass des 50 Järigen Bestehens des CMS Marburg, 9.-12. Oktober 2008 (CMS Beiheft 8), edited by Walter Müller. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern 2010.
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