Figure 1: Ruth's men and women, Dispilio's men and women in Flickr, Facebook and Instagram
Figure 2: (A cropped) Antigone, a Neolithic anthropomorphic vessel during its photo-shoot
Figure 3: Having my hair cut by Vanessa in the archaeological lab of the Dispilio excavations, July 2004
Figure 4: Our final Sunday table (with a flint), July 2013
Figure 5: Table on table
Figure 6: Words of production and consumption
Figure 7: Words of production and consumption
Figure 8: Beads scanning and a hidden face
Figure 9: A figurine and a scale on a kitchen's wall
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