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Jasper Gaunt Thomas Mannack and Robert L. Wilkins. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum.

Jasper Gaunt Thomas Mannack and Robert L. The core of the collection of Greek vases at Harrow School is the gift of Sir John. Gardner Wilkinson, a leading Egyptologist of the mid nineteenth century whose wide range of interests is well demonstrated by his skill in collecting Greek vases, as well as his still influential books on Egypt. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Great Britain Fascicule 24, Oxford Ashmolean Museum, Fascicule 4. Hector Catling, Thomas Mannack. Pietro Bembo on Etna. The Oxford Handbook of the Aztecs.

Great Britain, Fascicule 21:Harrow School. With the collaboration of T. Mannack. Photographs by R. L. (. Gaunt Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. Great Britain, Fascicule 21:Harrow School. Mannack

Great Britain, Fascicule 21:Harrow School. Pp. xx + 65, ills, pls. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. Great Britain, Fascicule 21, Harrow School. A British Academy Publication. The core of the collection of Greek vases at Harrow School is the gift of Sir John Gardner Wilkinson, a leading Egyptologist of the mid-nineteenth century whose wide range of interests is well demonstrated by his skill in collecting Greek vases, as well as his still influential books on Egypt.

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Photographs by Robert L. Great Britain, 21. Harrow School, by Jasper Gaunt. American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 110, No. 3 (July 2006). Published online at ww. jaonline. DOI: 1. 764/ajaonline1103.

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Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Great Britain Fascicule 20 The British Museum Fascicule 10: Fragments from Sir William Hamiltons second collection of vases. of HMS Colossus: British Museum Fascicule 20 Hardcover – 22 May 2003. by Valerie Smallwood (Author), Susan Woodford (Author). Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Great Britain, Harrow School: Harrow School Fascicule 21. Thomas Mannack. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Gaunt(. Cased, £65. ISBN: 0-19-726306-2. Volume 56 Issue 2 - ELIZABETH MOIGNARD.

This fascicule is a very welcome addition to the recent volumes in the British CVA series. It contains the Greek, Etruscan and Cypriot vases given to Harrow School on two separate occasions. The largest number of vases was presented in 1864 by the distinguished Egyptologist, Sir John Gardner Wilkinson, who had attended Harrow as a boy, retained a lifelong interest in the school, and hoped the gift of his collection would awaken in future generations an interest in antiquity.

The core of the collection of Greek vases at Harrow School is the gift of Sir John Gardner Wilkinson, a leading Egyptologist of the mid-nineteenth century whose wide range of interests is well demonstrated by his skill in collecting Greek vases, as well as his still influential books on Egypt. The collection is by no means an ordinary one, since it contains more than its share of Athenian masterpieces as well as a full range of wares from other parts of Greece and Italy. It includes the name vase of the Harrow Painter, an outstanding amphora by the Kleophrades Painter, and many hitherto unpublished pieces of particular merit.