Genius Cucullatus Exhibition

Carlie Sigel, curator
  Introduction
I.  Identification
    Hoods, eggs,  and parchment scrolls 
    Gender
    Proximity and association
    Telesphorus
    Origins of Telesphorus and the  Celtic genius cucullatus
    Galatian Hypothesis
    Greco-Roman Hypothesis
    The obstacle of inconsistency
II. Regional variation
    Britain and Triplism
    Rhine-Moselle region
III. Major sites
      Britain
            Region of Hadrian's Wall
            Gloucestershire
            Miscellaneous sites
      Rhine-Moselle region
      Gaul
Conclusion
Notes

Catalogue
    Coin of the Segusiavi
    Netherhall genii cucullati
    Netherby genii cucullati
    Three genii cucullati of Cirencester Lower Slaughter
    Three genii cucullati of Cirencester with swords and mother goddess
    Hooded Statuette of Moulezan
    Fragment of genius cucullatus of Reculver

Bibliography



This exhibition was completed for Professor Dorothy Verkerk's Celtic Art Class at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall of 1998.

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