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Upper part of a caryatid

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Title/s

Upper part of a caryatid

Maker/s

Unknown

Category

architectural element

Name

caryatid

Description

caryatid

Production Notes

carved

Field Collection

Eleusis

Dimensions

height 2.09 m

Period

Early Roman

Date

circa 50 B.C.

Provenance

given: Clarke, E.D., Professor 1865 (Filtered for: Antiquities)

Documentation

  1. [page: 285]
    Source title: Art Bulletin (September 1968)
    [comments: ]
  2. (1982) Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum , Cambridge (Cambs.) : Pevensey Press (2005) London: Scala [page: 196]
    [comments: ]
  3. Michaelis, Adolf
    (1882) Ancient marbles in Great Britain (1882)
    [comments: 242 no. 1]
  4. Bracken, C.P.
    (1975) Antiquities acquired : the spoliation of Greece (1975)
    [comments: 85]
  5. Lloyd-Morgan, G.
    (1990) Caryatids and other Supporters (1990)
    Source title: from Henig, ed., Architecture and Architectural Sculpture in the Roman Empire (
    [comments: 143-151]
  6. Budde, Ludwig
    Nicholls, Richard
    (1967) Catalogue of the Greek and Roman sculpture in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (1967)
    [comments: no. 81, pls. 24-25]
  7. Ginner, P
    (1960) Gateway to the dance (1960)
    [comments: 124]
  8. Vassilika, E.
    (1998) Greek and Roman Art (1998)
    [comments: p.96-97, no.46]
  9. Clarke, E.D.
    (1809) Greek marbles brought from the shores of the Euxine, Archipelago, and Mediterranean and deposited in the vestibule of the public library of the University of Cambridge (1809)
    [comments: 12-37, no. 14]
  10. St.Clair, L.
    (1967) Lord Elgin and the marbles (1967)
    [comments: 105-107]
  11. Fermor, P.Leigh
    (1958) Mani (1958)
    [comments: 179-180]
  12. Lawson, J.C.
    (1910) Modern Greek folklore and ancient Greek religion (1910)
    [comments: 179-180]
  13. Beard, M.
    Henderson, J.
    Pearce, S. (ed.)
    (1994) 'Please Don't Touch the Ceiling' (1994)
    Source title: Museums and the Appropriation of Culture (
    [comments: fig. 1 and pp.11-12]

Material/s

marble (Pentelic)

Accession Number

GR.1.1865 (Antiquities)
(Reference Number: 65755; Input Date: 2003-03-25 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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