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Early and middle bronze age pottery of the Cesnola Collection in the Stanford University Museum

Paola Villa

Early and middle bronze age pottery of the Cesnola Collection in the Stanford University Museum

by Paola Villa

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Published by Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology in Lund .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith a foreword byPaul A stro m.
SeriesCorpus of Cypriote antiquities -- 1, Studies in Mediterranean archaeology -- 20/1
ContributionsStanford University. Museum. Cesnola Collection.
The Physical Object
Pagination53p.
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13946985M

At that time Sotheby's sold the bronze for (USD) but until recently sales of all major artists has suffered with Economic stresses and market changes. As well, the high end venues are really the only place to see a Carl Akeley sell for its value and right now one of the hot spots is in Dallas (they also have sites in NY, CA) at. Corpus of Cypriote Antiquities 1: Early and Middle Bronze Age pottery of the Cesnola Collection in the Stanford University Museum. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Lund: Paul Astrom’s Forlag • DAVIS, J.R. and WEBSTER, T.B.L. (). Cesnola terracottas in the Stanford University Museum. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology

Cyprus (/ ˈ s aɪ p r ə s / (); Greek: Κύπρος; Turkish: Kıbrıs [ˈkɯbɾɯs]), officially called the Republic of Cyprus, is an island country in the Eastern is the third-largest, and the third-most populous island in the Mediterranean, located south of Turkey, west of Syria and Lebanon, north of Israel, the Palestinian region of the Gaza Strip and Egypt, and Capital and largest city: Nicosia, 35°10′N 33°22′E / .   The core of the Anderson Collection is being donated to Stanford by Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson, and Mary Patricia Anderson Pence, center. The family built the collection over nearly 50 .

In the Getty Museum acquired an exceptional collection of Italian Renaissance maiolica, or tin-glazed earthenware. These often brilliantly colored objects range from an early Florentine jar with relief-blue decoration to a much later Mannerist dish with grotesque ornament. The collection was the subject of Italian Maiolica, a beautifully illustrated catalogue that the Museum published in. OF THE EARLY INTERMEDIATE PERIOD. A STUDY BASED ON THE COLLECTION OF THE ETHNOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN BARCELONA KARINA S. BORSIAK* *Cracow, Gramatyka 6/8 Street, Poland. E-mail: [email protected] Keywords: ceramics, pottery, iconography, Nasca, Moche Abstract The paper discusses Moche and Nasca pottery featuring forms of religious representation. In.


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Early and Middle Bronze Age pottery of the Cesnola collection in the Stanford University Museum. Intro. Astr6m. (Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology, I.) Lund: Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology.

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Geese and Ganders. InHansen spent her first sabbatical in Greece. Charles H. Morgan, the new Director of the School, reported that “Professor Hazel D. Hansen of Stanford University continued her researches in the prehistoric pottery of Thessaly and assisted Professor Broneer in the excavation on the North Slope of the Athenian Acropolis” (Annual Repp).

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Walter Miller, functioning as the museum's early curator requested.The western production of lead-glazed pottery began in Asia Minor during the first century B.C.E. Examining this topic offers insights into invention and innovation in a period frequently dismissed as technologically stagnant and invites questions about why lead-glazed pottery did not come into general use in Europe until the Medieval period.