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ANTIQUITIES.

C 1.—ANCIENT ANTIQUITIES.

Adam, R.—Ruins of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro

in Dalmatia. Folio. London, 1764.

Antiquities.Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. By various

Writers. Edited by William Smith, LL.D. 2nd ed. 1/. 16's. 8vo.

London, 1848.

—— For Subject Classification, see the Classes D., H., I., V., X., and

Y.—Architecture, Costume, Decoration And Ornament,

Painting, Sculpture, And Topography. Arneth, J.—Archaeological Selections.

Archaeologische Analecten. Oblong folio. Wien, 1851. Batissier, L.—Histoire de l'Art Monumental dans l'Antiquité et au

Moyen Age, suivie d'un Traité de la Peinture sur Verre. Imp.

8vo. Paris, 1845.

Bartoli And Bellori.—The Antonine Column of the Forum of Antoninus at Rome; the Sculptures commemorating the Victories of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus over the Germans and Sarmatians, now first engraved by Pietro Santi Bartoli, and published with Explanations by J. P. Bellori.

Columna Antoniniana Marci Aurelii Antonini Augusti rebus gestis insignis Germanis simul, et Sarmatis, gemino bello devictis exs. c. Romae in Antonini foro, ad viam Flaminiam erecta ac utriusque belli imaginibus anaglyphice insculpta, nunc primum à Petro Sancti Bartolo, juxta delineationes in Bibliotheca Barberina asservatas, a se cum antiquis ipsius columnae signis collatas, aere incisa et in lucem, edita, cum notis excerptis ex declarationibus Jo. Petri Bellorii. Oblong folio. Rome,

n. d. (c. 1700).

Becker, Prof. W. A.—Charicles; or, Illustration of the Private Life of the Ancient Greeks, with Notes and Excursus. Translated from the German by the Rev. Frederick Metcalfe, M.A. 8vo. London, 1845.

Gallus; or, Roman Scenes of the Time of Augustus; with Note*

and Excursuses illustrative of the Manners and Customs of the Romans, by Prof. W. A. Becker. Translated by the Rev. Frederick Metcalfe, M.A. 8vo. London, 1849. Bellori Axd De La Chausse.—Ancient Paintings of the Crypts of Rome, and of the Sepulchre of the Nasoni; engraved by Pietro Santi Bartoli; described by J. P. Bellori and M. A. De la Chausse.

Picturae Antiquae Cryptarum Romanarum, et Sepulcri Nasonum; delineatae et expressae ad Archetypa a Petro Sancti Bartholi et Francisco ejus Filio. Discriptae vero, et illustrata e à Johanne Petro Bellorio et Michaele Angelo Causseo. Opus Latine redditum, proditque absolutius et exactius cum appendice nunquam edita. Folio. Rome, 1750.

Bottiger, C. A.—Notes of Twenty-four Lectures on Archaeology (Greek Sculpture).

Andeutungen zu vier und zwanzig Vortràgen iiber die Archaeologie, im Winter 1806, Gehalten. 8vo. Dresden, 1806. — Outlines of Art-Mythology.

Ideen zur Kunst-Mythologie. 1. Stammbaum der Religionen des
Alterthums. Einleitung zur vorhomerischen Mythologie der
Griechen. 2. Jupiter, Juno, und Neptunus, Amor und Psyche.
Aus den fur seine zuhorer vestimmten blattern. Herausge-
geben von C. A. Bottiger. 2nd edition, 2 vols. 8vo.

Leipzig, 1850.
Braun, E.—The Ruins and Museums of Rome.

Die Ruinen und Museen Roms. Fur reisende, Kiinstler, und
alterthumsfreunde. 8vo. Braunschweig, 1854.

Die Schaale des Kodros. The Cup or Dish of Codros; a painted

terra-cotta (calix). Large 4to. Berlin, 1843.

British Museum. See Long (G.), Vaux.

Byres, J.—Hypogaei; or, Sepulchral Caverns of Tarquinia, the Capital of ancient Etruria. Edited by Frank Howard. 5 parts, folio.

London, 1842.

Cassas, C.—Engravings of the Remains of Palmyra, Balbec, Egypt, as published by Cassas in his Picturesque Tour. (Incomplete.) Folio. Paris, n. d. . Voyage Pittoresque de la Syrie, de la Phœnicie, de la Palestine, et de la Basse Egypt. 2 vols. folio. Paris, 1798.

Catalogue of a Collection of curious and interesting Antiquities, chiefly found on the site of Roman London, by the late Edward Bedford Price, Esq., F.S.A. (Sold by Auction, April 7, 1853.) London, 1853.

Clerisseau Et Legrand.—Antiquités de la France, par C. Clerisseau.

Le Texte historique et descriptif, par J. G. Legrand. 2 vols.

folio. Paris, 1804. Christie, J.—Disquisition upon the painted Greek Vases, and their

probable connexion with the Shows of the Eleusinian and other

Mysteries. 4to. London, 1825.

Dennis, G.—The Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria. 2 vols. 8vo.

London, 1848.

Desgodétz, A.—Rome in its Ancient Grandeur; displayed in a Series of Engravings, presenting the Architectural Antiquities of the Imperial City, delineated and accurately measured on the spot. By Antoine Desgodétz. With copious Notes, Architectural, Classical, and Historical, under the superintendence of Mr. Charles Taylor. 4to. London, 1851.

Du Camp, M.—Egypte, Nubie, Palestine, et Syrie. Dessins Photographiques, recueillis pendant les années 1849-50-51, et accompagnés d'un texte explicatif. 125 photographs, small folio. Paris, 1852-3.

Egypt.—Description de l'Egypt, ou Recueil des Observations et des Recherches qui ont été faites en Egypt pendant l'Expedition de l'Armée Française. Publié par les ordres de sa Majesté PEmpéreur Napoléon le Grand. (The great work of the French Expedition, treating of the Antiquities, Arts, Natural History, and Modern State of Egypt.) 23 vols. folio, atlas folio, and elephant. Paris, 1809 et seq.

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Fosbroke, Rev. T. D.—Encyclopaedia of Antiquities, and Elements of Archaeology, Classieal and Medieval. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1825.

Another edition. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1843.

Franks, A. W.—The Collection of British Antiquities in the British Museum. 8vo. ph. London, n. d.

Gau, F. C.—Antiquités de la Nubie, ou Monumens inédits des Bords du Nil, situés entre la première et la seconde Cataracte, dessinés et mesurés en 1819. Ouvrage faisant suite au grand ouvrage de la Commission d'Egypte. Large folio. Paris, 1822.

Gell, Sir W.—Narrative of a Journey in the Morea. 8vo. London, 1823.

Gell And Gandy.—Pompeiana: the Topography, Edifices, and Ornaments of Pompeii. 4 vols. imperial 8vo. London, 1824-32. Gerhard, E.—Archaeological Journal.

Archàologische Zeitung, herausgegeben von E. Gerhard. 6 vols. 4to. Berlin, 1844-48. —— Monuments, Researches, and Notices, &c., in continuation of the Archaeological Journal, &c.

Denkmaler, Forschungen, und Berichte, als Forsetzung der Archao-
logischen Zeitung, herausgegeben von E. Gerhard. 4 vols.
4to. Berlin, 1849-52.
. On the Etruscan Deities.

Uber die Gottheiten der Etrusker. Eine in der Kôniglichen
Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin vorgelesene abhandlung.
4to. Berlin, 1847.

Agathodàmon und Bona Dea. 4to. Berlin, 1849.

Uber den Gott Eros. Gelesen in der Kônigl. Akademie der

Wissenschaften zu Berlin, am 20 Juli 1848. 4to. Berlin,

1850.

Gray, Mrs. Hamilton.—Tour to the Sepulchres of Etruria in 1839.

2nd edition, 8vo. London, 1841. Greece.—Photographs of Grecian Antiquities at present remaining in

Greeee, by Robertson. (Athens, 55 in a portfolio), 4to. 1854. Greeks And Romans.—ATreatise on the Arts, Manufactures, Manners,

and Institutions of the Greeks and Romans. (In the "Cabinet

of History," conducted by Dr. Lardner.) 2 vols. 12mo. London,

1833.

Hamilton, Hon. W.—Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman Antiquities, from the Cabinet of the Hon. W. Hamilton, &c. Large 4to. Naples, 1767.

Hamilton, Sir W.—Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases, mostly of pure Greek workmanship, discovered in sepulchres in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, but chiefly in the neighbourhood of Naples, during the course of the years 1789-90, now in the possession of Sir W. Hamilton; with remarks on each Vase by the Collector. 3 vols. large 4to. Naples, 1791-95.

• Antiquités Etrusques, Grecques, et Romaines tirées du Cabinet de M. Hamilton. 4 vols. folio. Florence, 1801-8.

Heller, B. K.—Archaeologic-artistic Communications, with 22 plates, concerning the Excavations on the Acropolis at Athens in 1835-7. Archàologisch-artistische Mittheilungen, mit 22 platten, über die Ausgrabungen auf der Akropolis zu Athen, 1835 bis 1837. Oblong folio. Niirnberg, n. d.

Herculaneum.—The Antiquities of Herculaneum exhibited. The Ancient Paintings and Bronzes, &c. of the City and its Neighbourhood, engraved, with Explanations and a Catalogue of the Monuments discovered, by Monsieur Bayard.

Le Antichità di Ercolano esposte :—Le Pitture Antiche d'Ercolano e Contorni, incise con qualche spiegazione. De' Bronzi d'Ercolano, &c. Busti; Le Lucerne ed i Candelabri. Modello di una nave, a tre ordini di remi. Catalogo de' Monumenti d'Ercolano, &c. 9 vols, folio. Naples, 1755-92.

Hiiit, A.—Picture Book for Mythology, Archaeology, and Art.

Bilderbuch fiir Mythologie, Aichaeologie, unci Kunst. 4to.
Berlin, 1805.

Horeau, H.—Panorama d'Egypte et de Nubie, avec un Portrait de
Mehemet Ali, et un texte orné de vignettes. Folio. Paris

1841.

Ionian Antiquities, published with permission of the Society of

Dilettanti, by R. Chandler, M.A., N. Rcvett, architect, and W. Pars,

painter. Folio. London, 1769.

Jorio, Andrea De.—On the Excavations of Herculaneum.

Notizie su gli Scavi di Ercolano. 8vo. Naples, 1827.

Kirk.—Outlines from the Figures and Compositions upon the Greek,

Roman, and Etruscan Vases of the late Sir W. Hamilton. 4to.

London, 1804.

Lajard, F.—Recherches sur le Culte du Cyprès pyramidal chez les peuples civilisés de l'antiquité. Text 4to., plates, small folio.

Paris, 1854.

Layard, Dr. A. H.—The Monuments of Nineveh, from drawings made on the spot. Illustrated in 100 plates. Folio. London, 1849.

Nineveh and its Remains, with an Account of a Visit to the Chal

daean Christians of Kurdistan, and the Yezedis or Devil Worshippers, and an Inquiry into the Manners and Arts of the Ancient Assyrians. 5th edition, 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1850.

A Popular Account of Discoveries at Nineveh, with numerous

woodcuts. 5s. 8vo. London, 1851.

A Second Series of the Monuments of Nineveh, including basreliefs from the Palace of Sennacherib, and bronzes from the Ruins of Nimroud, from drawings made on the spot, during a Second Expedition to Assyria. 71 plates. Oblong folio. London, 1853.

Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon, with Travels in

Armenia, Kurdistan, and the Desert, being the results of a Second Expedition undertaken for the Trustees of the British Museum. With maps, plans, and illustrations. 8vo. London, 1853.

Lenoir, A.—On the Egyptian Hieroglyphics.

Nouvelle Explication des Hieroglyphes, ou des anciennes Allegories sacrées des Egyptiens; utile à l'Intelligence des Monumens mythologiques des autres peuples; suivie d'une résumé alphabetique. 4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1809-21.

Examen des Nouvelles Salles du Louvre contenant les Antiquités

Egyptiennes, Grecques, et Romaines. 8vo. Paris, 1828.

Lepsius, Dr. R.—Discoveries in Egypt, Ethiopia, and the Peninsula of Sinai, in the years 1842-45, during the Mission sent out by His Majesty Frederick William IV. of Prussia. Edited with notes by Kenneth R. H. Mackenzie. 2nd edition, with additions and corrections. 8vo. London, 1853.

Licetus, F.—On the Lamps of the Ancients.

De Lucernis antiquorum reconditis. In six books (some carly
Christian specimens). 4to. Udine, 1852.

Llovd, W. W.—On the Homeric Design of the Shield of Achilles.

8vo. London, 1854. Long, G.—The British Museum.—Egyptian Antiquities. 2 vols.,

12mo. London, 1846. Louvre.—Description du Musée Royal des Antiques, par M. le Comte

DeClarac. 12mo. 1831.

Marlianus, B.—The Topography of Rome.

Urbis Romae Topographia, B. Marliani ad Franciscum Regem , Gallorum ejusdem urbis liberatorum in victum. Woodcuts. Small folio. Rome, 1544. Mayence Museum, Antiquities of.

Abbildungen von Alterthiimern des Mainzer Museums. 4to. Mayence, 1848, 1852. Mazois, F.—Les Ruines de Pompéi, dessinées et mesurées par F. Mazois, pendant les années 1809, 1810, 1811.

Ouvrage continué par M. Gau, précédé d'une notice sur F. Mazois par M. Le Chevalier Artaud, et de l'explication de la grande mosaïque découverte à Pompéi en 1831, par M. Quatremère de Quincy. Le texte de la quatrième partie a été rédigé par M. Barré. 4 vols, folio. Paris, 1812-38.

Micali, G.—Monuments illustrating the History of the Ancient People of Italy.

Monumenti per servire alla Storia degli Antichi Popoli Italiani; raccolti, esposti, e pubblicati da Guiseppe Micali. Small folio, text, 4 vols. 8vo. Florence, 1832-44. Millingen, J.—Ancient unedited Monuments. Painted Greek Vases, from collections in various countries, principally in Great Britain, illustrated and explained. 4to. London, 1822.

Montfaucon, B. — L'Antiquité expliquée et representée en Figures. 15 vols, small folio. Paris, 1719-1724.

Moreau, C.—Fragmens et Ornemens d'Architecture dessinés à Rome, d'après l'antique. Folio. Paris, 1800.

Moses, H.—Selection of Ornamental Sculptures, consisting of Vases, Altars, Candelabra, and Tripods, from the Museum of the Louvre at Paris. Engravedby H. Moses, with descriptions by T. L. D. 31s. 6d. royal 8vo. London, 1828.

A collection of Antique Vases, Altars, Paterae, Tripods, Candelabra, Sarcophagi, &c., from various Museums and Collections. Engraved on 170 plates, by H. Moses, with historical essays. 4to. London, n. d.

Nibby, Antonio.—On the Roman Forum, Via Sacra, Colosseum, and adjacent spots.

Del Foro Romano, della via Sacra, delT Anfiteatro Flavio e de'

Luoghi adjacenti. 8vo. Roma, 1819.

. Antiquarian tour in the Neighbourhood of Rome.

Viaggio Antiquario ne' contorni di Roma. 2 vols. 8vo.

Rome, 1819.

Overbeck, Dr. J.—Gallery of Heroic Sculptures of Antiquity.

Gallerie heroisçher Bildwerke der alten Kunst. 8vo., and

oblong folio atlas. Braunschweig, 1850.

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