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Art market bubbles and crasheslocked

  • Iain Robertson

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Art markets have opened and closed throughout history; there is evidence of a trade in seals, crafted in lapis lazuli in eastern Iran, along a route that included Mesopotamia, Syria, the Levantine, and Egyptian Thebes during the time of Tuthmosis III (regc. 1479–...

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