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    Marit Jentoft-Nilsen,A.D. Trendall
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Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Fascicule 5. Marit R. Jentoft-Nilsen and . Marit Jentoft-Nilsen is associate curator of antiquities at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Professor A. D. Trendall teaches at La Trobe University, Australia.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Fascicule 5. Download PDF. WorldCat.

com: Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Fascicule 5 (9780892362783) by Jentoft-Nilsen, Marit; Trendall, . Publisher: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1994. This volume includes all of the non-Attic material, with the exception of the Etruscan pottery, in the Molly and Walter Bareiss collection of ancient vases. It also covers the Attic Geometric vessels and nonfigural Attic material in the same collection.

Its original ideal target content: any ceramic from any ancient location during any archaeological period, proved impossible of realization and was soon restricted to specific times and periods. As the project expanded from an original six nations: England, Belgium, Denmark, France, Holland, and Italy

It consists of a series of high-quality catalogues of mostly ancient Greek painted pottery in collections around the world

It consists of a series of high-quality catalogues of mostly ancient Greek painted pottery in collections around the world.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Russia 17, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow fascicule 8: East Greek . Catalogue - New Books 2017. A. Trendall and the Nicholson Museum in Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. Red Figure & Over-Painted Pottery of South Italy.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Russia 17, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow fascicule 8: East Greek Pottery, N. Sidorova (2009), American Journal of Archaeology 115 January 2011. New and forthcoming titles for 2017. The catalogue includes the most recent 2016 titles as well. The Nicholson Museum.

50 . 58 plates pages. Apulian painted vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum collection are extensively documented in this third fascicule in the Malibu series of Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. The vases are arranged by shape and documented by photographs and profile drawings. Unbound plates are used for easy reference and comparison.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum book. Jentoft-Nilsen, . Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: United States of America Fascicule 30, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, Fascicule 5: Molly and Walter Bareiss Collection: Mycenaean,. black-figure, (Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum). by. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: United States of America Fascicule 26, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, Fascicule 3: South Italian Vases, Apulian Red-figure. United States of America, Fascicule 26).

Corpus vasorum antiquorum. 4. South Italian vases : Apulian, Lucanian, Campanian, Sicilian, and Paestan red-figure, Marit R. Jentoft-Nilsen in collaboration with . The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu. Detaylı Bibliyografya. 5. Molly and Walter Bareiss Collection : Mycenaean, Faience, East Greek, Proto-Corinthian, Corinthian, Laconian, Euboean, Chalcidian, Attic geometric, Attic black-figure, Attic network, Attic black body, Attic black glaze, Apulian, Gnathia, Daunian, Lucanian, Campanian, Sicilian, Lead glaze, and Arretine, Marit R.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum - Fascicule 4. Hardback.

This volume includes all of the non-Attic material, with the exception of the Etruscan pottery, in the Molly and Walter Bareiss collection of ancient vases. It also covers the Attic Geometric vessels and nonfigural Attic material in the same collection. The majority of the pieces in the volume are red-figured vases and fragments from South Italy and Sicily, with many of the best Apulian, Lucanian, Campanian, and Gnathian artists represented.