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Overbeke, B. Ab.—Remains of Ancient Rome, drawn, measured, and described.

ReliquaeAntiquae Urbis Romae quarum singulas ad vivum delineavit dimensus est, descripsit, atque in aes incidit Bonarentura ab Overbeke, opus postiimum. Mich, ab Overbeke suis sumptibus edi curavit. 3 vols, folio. Amsterdam, 1708.

Panofka, T.—Recherches sur les veritables Noms des Vases Grecs et sur leurs differens Usages, d'après les Auteurs et les Monumens Anciens. Folio. Paris, 1829.

." Pictures of Ancient Life.

Bilder Antiken Lebens. 4to. Berlin, 1843.

Greek Women and Greek Men, sketched after the Antique.

Griechinnen und Griechen nach Antiken skizzirt von T. Panofka, 4to. Berlin, 1844. —— On the Greek Drinking Horns and their Decoration.

Die Griechischen Trinkhorner und ihre Verzierungen ans licht
Gestellt. 4to. Berlin, 1851.

1 Essays towards an Archaeological Commentary on Pausanias.

Proben eines Archàologischen Commentars zu Pausanias. Eine in der Akademie der Wissenschaften am 4th April 1853, gelesene abhandlung. With 28 illustrations. 4to. Berlin, 1853.

. Dionysius and the Thyades.

Dionysos und die Thyaden. 4to. Berlin, 1853.

Paoli, P. A.—Ruins of Paestum.

Rovine della Citta di Pesto detta ancora Posidonia. Folio. Rome, 1784. Passeri, J. B.—Etruscan Vase Paintings.

Picturae Etruscorum in Vasculis, nunc primum in unum collectae, explicationibus et dissertationibus illustrat*. 3 vola,

small folio. Rome, 1767-75. Pausanias.—The Description of Greece, translated from the Greek, with Notes, in which much of the Mythology of the Greeks is unfolded from a theory which has been for many ages unknown. Illustrated with maps and views. New edition, 3 vols. 8vo. London,


Perret, L.—Catacombes de Rome. Early Christian Wall Paintings, &c. (a portion). Folio. Paris, 1852 et seq.

Piranesi, G. And F.—Greek and Roman Antiquities, Paintings, &c.

29 vols, folio. Paris, 1835-7. (See Class I. Decoration and Ornament—Piranesi).

Pistolesi, E.—Antiquities of Herculaneum and Pompeii; being a selection of all the most interesting Ornaments and Relics which have been excavated from the earliest period to the present time. With 120 engravings, with descriptive letter-press in Italian, French, and English. 4 vols. 4to. Naples, 1842.

Porter, Sir R. Ker.—Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia, &c., during the years 1817-18-19-20. 2 vols. 4to.

London, 1821.

Price. See Catalogue.

Pronti,d.—Collection of Ancient Costume, Religious, Civil, and Military. Nuova raccolta rappresentante i Costumi, Religiosi, Civili, e Militari degli antichi Egiziani, Etruschi, Greci, e Romani, tratti dagli antichi Monumenti. Oblong 4to. Rome, n, d.

Rich, A.—The Illustrated Companion to the Latin Dictionary and Greek Lexicon, forming a Glossary of all the words representing visible objects connected with the Arts, Manufactures, and every-day Life of the Greeks and Romans, with representations of nearly 2,000 objects from the Antique. I1. Is, 8vo. London, 1849.

Rosellini, J.—The Monuments of Egypt and Nubia, arranged according to their subjects, by the Tuscan Expedition to Egypt, under the direction of Rosellini. I Monument! dell' Egitto e della Nubia, disegnati della spedizione scientifico-litteraria Toscana in Egitto: distribuiti in ordine di materie, interpretati ed illustrati dal Dottore Ippolito Rosellini, (This great work is in three parts, folio, with separate text in octavo. Tavole M. R. contains the Historical Monuments of the Kings, Monumenti Storici, in 169 plates: Tavole M. C. contains the Civil Monuments, Monumenti Civili, in 135 plates: Tavole M. D. C., the Monuments of Religious Worship, Monumenti del Culto, in 86 plates.) 3 vols, atlas, plates; 9 vols, text, 8vo. Pisa, 1832-44.

Roux And Barré.—Herculanum et Pompéi. Recueil général des Peintures, Bronzes, Mosaïques, &c., gravés au trait sur cuivre par H. Roux Ainé, et accompagné d'un texte explicatif par M. L. Barré. 8 vols. 4to. Paris, 1840.

SiLLlG, J.—Dictionary of the Artists of Antiquity, Architects, Carvers, Engravers, Modellers, Painters, Sculptors, Statuaries, and Workers in Bronze, Gold, Ivory, and Silver, with Three Chronological Tables. Translated from the Latin original by the Rev. H. W. Williams; to which are added C. Plinii secundi Naturalis Historiae, libri xxxiv. xxxvi. c. 1-5, comprising a History of the Fine Arts, with four indices and a preface, by È. H. Barker. 8vo. London, 1836.

Smith, W., LL.D.—Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. Illustrated by numerous engravings on wood. Edited by Dr. William Smith. 51.15s. 6d. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1851.

Spence, Rev. M.—Polymetis; or, an Enquiry concerning the Agreement between the Works of the Roman Poets and the Remains of the Ancient Artists, being an attempt to illustrate them mutually from one another. In ten books. Folio. London, 1747.

Sprosse, C.—Rome. Forty original Etchings.

Rom. 40 Originalradirungen. 4to. Leipzig, 1852.

St. John, J. A.—The History of the Manners and Customs of Ancient Greece. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1842.

Stuart And Revett.—Antiquities of Athens.

Les Antiquités d'Athènes. Ouvrage traduit de l'Anglais, par L. F. F. et publié par C. P. Landon. 6 vols, folio. Paris, 1808.

Taylor And Cresy.—The Architectural Antiquities of Rome.

2 vols, folio. London, 1821. Tischbein, H. W.—Homer illustrated.

Homer nach Antiken gezeichnet von H. W. Tischbein mit erlauterungen von C. G. Heyne. 2 vols, large 4to. Gottingen,


Trollope, Rev. E.—Illustrations of Ancient Art, selected from objects discovered at Pompeii and Herculaneum. 1/. 5s., 4to. London, 1854. Vaux, W. S. W.—Nineveh and Persepolis: an Historioal Sketch of

Ancient Assyria and Persia, with an Account of the recent Researches

in these countries. 8s. 3rd edition, 8vo. London, 1851. Handbook to the Antiquities in the British Museum, with nume

rous illustrations. 7s. 6d. 8vo. London, 1851. Visconti, E. Q.—Œuvres de Ennius Quirinus Visconti. Musée Pie

Clementin. 7 vols, royal 8vo. Milan, 1818-1822. Monumens du Musée Chiaramonti, decrits et expliqués par

Philippe Aurèle Visconti et Joseph Guattani, servant de suite et de

complement au Muçjce Pie-Clementin, traduit de l'Italien par A. F.

Sergent-Marceau. royal 8vo. Milan, 1822. Iconographie Grecque, ou Recueil des Portraits Authentiques des

Empereurs, Rois, et Hommes Illustres de l'Antiquité. 3 vols.

royal 8vo. Milan, 1824-26. ■ Œuvres de E. Q. Visconti. Iconographie Romaine. Royal

8vo. Milan, 1818. Wilson, D.—The Archaeology and Pre-historic Annals of Scotland.

Royal 8vo. Edinburgh, 1851. Winckelmann, Gio.— Ancient unedited Monuments explained and


Monumenti Antichi inediti spiegati ed illustrati. Folio. Rome, 1767.

Wood And Dawkins.—The Ruins of Palmyra, otherwise Tedmor in

the Desart. Folio. London, 1753. The Ruins of Balbec, otherwise Heliopolis, in Cœlosyria. Folio.

London, 1757.


Ackermann, R.—The History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's, Westminster, its Antiquities and Monuments. 2 vols. 4to.

London, 1812.

Antiquities.—Le Cabinet de l'Amateur et de l'Antiquaire, révue des tableaux et des estampes anciennes; des objets d'art, d'antiquité et de curiosité. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1842.

Old England. A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical,

Baronial, Municipal, and Popular Antiquities. 4to. Lon

don, n. d.

Auber, M. L'abbé.—Histoire de la Cathédrale de Poitiers. Contenant la description de toutes les parties de l'édifice, les diverses periodes de sa construction, la théorie de ses vitraux peints, la symbolisme de ses sculptures, et des considerations générales sur l'Art au Moyen-Age; avec les faits historiques qui s'y rattachent depuis son origine au IIIe siècle jusqu'à nos jours. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1849.

Baker, G.—The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton. Folio. London, 1822-30.

Baltard.—Paris et ses Monumens, mesurés, dessinés, et gravés, avec des Descriptions historiques par le citoyen Amaury-Duval. 2 vols, large folio. Paris, 1803-5.

Batissier, L.—(See preceding sub-class, C 1.)

Bell Of St. Patrick.—Five Chromolithographie Drawings, representing an Irish Ecclesiastical Bell, which is supposed to have belonged to St. Patrick, and the several sides of the jewelled shrine in which it is preserved, accompanied by an historical and illustrative description. 4to. Belfast, 1850.

Bentham, Rev. J.—The History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely: from the foundation of the Monastery. A.D. 6/1 to the year 1771. Illustrated with copperplates. 4to. Cambridge, 1771 .

Bernard, Abbot.—History of the Basilica of Saints Ulric and Afra.

Basilica SS. TJdalrici et Afrae, imperialis monasterii ord. S. Benedict i Augusta; Vindel; Historiee descripta atque aeneis figuris illustrata. 2nd edition, small folio. Augsburg, 1653.

Boutell, Rev. C.—The Monumental Brasses of England; a series of Engravings on Wood, from every variety of these interesting memorials, accompanied with brief descriptive notices. Small folio. London, 1849.

Brand, J.—Observations on Popular Antiquities; chiefly illustrating the origin of our vulgar customs, ceremonies, and superstitions. Arranged and revised, with additions, by Henry Ellis, F.R.S., Sec. S.A., Keeper of the MSS. in the British Museum. 2 vols. 4to.

London, 1813.

Brayley And Britton.—The History of the Ancient Palace and the late Houses of Parliament at Westminster, &c. Illustrated by Engravings. 8vo. London, 1836.

Brecht, P. R.—The Convent Chorin.

Das Kloster Chorin. Seven plates, small folio. Berlin, 1854. Bridgens, R.—The Antiquities of Sefton Church. Small folio.

London, 1835.

Britton, J.—The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain. 5 vols.

4to. London, 1835, et seq. Bunsen, C. C. J.—The Basilicas of Christian Rome, in illustration of the Idea and History of Church Architecture.

Die Basiliken des Christlichen Roms nach ihren zusammenhange
mit Idee und Geschichte der Kirchenbaukunst.
(To serve as text to the illustrated work of Gutensohn and Knapp.
Folio, Munich, 1822-7.) 4to. Munich, 1842.

Cahier And Martin.—The Painted Glass of St. Stephen of Bourges.

Monographie de la Cathedrale de Bourges. Large coloured plates,

atlas folio. Paris, 1844. — Archaeological Melange.

Mélanges d'Archéologie, d'Histoire, et de Littérature, rédigés ou recueillis par les Auteurs de la Monographie de la Cathédrale de Bourges (Charles Cahier et Arthur Martin), collection de mémoires sur l'Orfevrerie et les Emaux des trésors d'Aix-laChapelle, de Cologne, &c.; sur les Miniatures et les anciens Ivoires sculptés, de Bamberg, Ratisbonne, Munich, Paris, Londres, &c.; sur des Etoffes Byzantines, Siciliennes, &c.; sur des Peintures et Bas-Reliefs mystérieux de l'Epoque Carlovingienne, Romaine, &c. 3 vols. 4to. 1850.

Carter, J.—Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting now remaining in England, from the earliest period to the reign of Henry VIII. Exhibited in. 120 plates, drawn and etched by J. Carter. With critical and historical illustrations, by Francis Douce, Richard Gough, John Fenn, J. S. Hawkins, William Bray, and the Rev. J. Milner. A new and improved edition, arranged in topographical order, and illustrated with copious notes, by Dawson Turner, Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, John Britton, and others. Folio. London, 1838.

Carter, J.—The Ancient Architecture of England, includingthe Orders during the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman Eras; and under the reigns of Henry III. and Edward III. Illustrated by 109 engravings. A new and improved edition, with notes and copious Indexes, by John Britton. Folio. London, 1837.

Caumont, De.—Archaeological ABC Book.

Abécédaire, ou Rudiment d'Archéologie. Ouvrage approuvé par l'Institut des Provinces de France. (Ornamental styles, civil and military architecture, &c.) 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1851-53.

Chalmers Of Auldbar.—The ancient sculptured Monuments of the County of Angus, including those at Meigle in Perthshire, and one at Fordoun in the Meams. With an additional plate and explanatory text. (Privately printed and presented to the Bannatyne Club.) Large folio. Edinburgh, 1848.

Chapuy.—Le Moyen-Age Pittoresque. Monumens et Fragmens d'Architecture, Meubles, Armes, Armures, et Objects de Curiosité du Xe au XVII" Siècle. Dessiné d'après Nature, par Chapuy, &c. Avec un texte archéologique, descriptif, et historique, par M. Moret. 5 vols. small folio. Paris, 1838^40.

Cockerell, C. R.—Iconography of the West Front of Wells Cathedral, with an Appendix on the Sculptures of other Medieval Churches in England. 4to. Oxford and London, 1851.

Cotman And Turner.—Architectural Antiquities of Normandy, by J. S. Cotman; accompanied by historical and descriptive notices by Dawson Turner. 2 vols. folio. London, 1822.

Cunningham, Peter.—Handbook to Westminster Abbey; its Art, Architecture, and Associations. A new edition. 12mo. London, 1851.

D'agincourt, J. B. L. G. S.—Histoire de l'Art par ses Monumens, depuis sa Décadence au IVe Siècle jusqu'à son Renouvellement au XVIe. Ouvrage enrichi de 525 planches. 6 vols. folio.

Paris, 1823.

History of Art by its Monuments, from its decline in the fourth

century to its restoration in the sixteenth, translated from the

French. 3 vols. in 1, folio. London, 1847.

Dart, Rev. J.—The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of

Canterbury, and the once adjoining Monastery. Small folio.

London, 1726.

Westmonasterium, or the History and Antiquities of the Abbey

Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Small folio. London, n. d.

De Laborde, Le Comte Alexandre.—Les Monumens de la France, classés chronologiquement, et considérés sous le Rapport des Faits historiques et de l'Etude des Arts. 2 vols. folio. Paris,


Denham, Rev. J. F.—View exhibiting the Exterior and Interior, and principal Monuments of the very ancient and remarkable Church of St. Dunstan in the West, in the City of London. To which is added an historical Account of the Church, by the Rev. J. F. Denham, B.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge. 4to. London, n. d.

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