|Contributions||Bell, Malcolm, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||DG70.M66 M67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-4 > :|
|LC Control Number||80008537|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Morgantina Studies, Volume II Book Description: This volume continues documenting the well-known excavations at Morgantina, a Greek town in central Sicily, in a presentation of the largest body of coins ever unearthed at an Italian site and published as a group. Morgantina Studies, Volume VI: The Hellenistic and Roman Fine Pottery; Shelley C. Stone ; Book; Published by: Princeton University Press; Series: Publications of the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. The author considers the Morgantina terracottas as representatives of one of the liveliest traditions of the Greek minor arts, and thus he examines questions of stylistic development and influence, workshop traditions, and technique. Originally published in
Morgantina Studies, Volume I: The Terracottas - Ebook written by Malcolm Bell. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Morgantina Studies, Volume I: The : Malcolm Bell. Morgantina Studies, Volume III: Fornaci e Officine da Vasaio Tardo-ellenistiche. (In Italian) (Late Hellenistic Potters' Kilns and Workshops) Ninina Cuomo di Caprio ; Book; Published by: Princeton University Press; Series: Publications of the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. The catalogue presents a full list of the coins found at Morgantina through the season, with discussion of significant issues and illustrations of specimens. A completed corpus and study of the coins struck at Morgantina is also included. Theodore V. Buttrey is Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies at the University of Michigan. Excavations conducted at Morgantina by Princeton University and the University of Illinois have revealed substantial Iron Age remains beneath the Greek town on the Cittadella hilltop. In this volume Robert Leighton presents a full study of this extensive protohistoric settlement in Sicily.
The kilns at Morgantina, site of the well-known excavations in central Sicily, are an outstanding example of multiple potters' workshops in use during the late Hellenistic period. In fully documenting these ten kilns, excavated between and , Ninina Cuomo di Caprio offers both a representative cross-section of the physical setting of Format: Hardcover. In the latest volume in the Morgantina Studies series, Stone presents a meticulously constructed typology of the Hellenistic and Roman tablewares from Morgantina. It is a beautiful book of a type that we are not likely to see published for much longer. The binding, paper, illustrations, and photographs are all excellent, and their styles look back to another era of academic publication. Excavation of the ancient city of Morgantina in southeastern Sicily since has recovered an extraordinary quantity and variety of pottery, both locally made and imported. This volume presents the fine-ware pottery dating between the second half of the fourth century BCE, when Morgantina was a thriving inland center closely tied to the Hellenistic east through Syracuse, and the first half. Morgantina Studies, Volume II: The Coins (Publications of the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University) by Theodore V. Buttrey (Author), Kenan Author: Theodore V. Buttrey, Kenan T. Erim, Thomas D. Groves, R. Ross Holloway.