2 edition of city-reliefs of Lycia found in the catalog.
city-reliefs of Lycia
William A. P. Childs
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||William A. P. Childs.|
|Series||Princeton monographs in art and archaeology -- 42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 114 p., (36) leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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analyzes the broad character of art produced during this period, providing in-depth analysis of and commentary on many of its most notable examples of sculpture and painting.
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The Discovery of Lycia and Current Research. Sir Charles Fellows is perhaps the most well known early explorer of Lycia - bringing it to the attention of the west, although others had been there before him.
One of the first to write about Lycia was the British Rev. Richard Pococke, who travelled to Lycia in Twenty years later the Classical antiquary Dr. Richard Chandlar (also British.
As the relevant part was entirely reproduced from his former book "The Illustrated Handbook of Architecture" (), it was written in not long after the discovery of Lycian remains. In this book, Fergusson reproduced the illustrations from "An Account of Discoveries in Lycia" () by Charles Fellows, and other books of Texier or Forbes.
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on Lycian city-reliefs and their Mediterranean traditions. Columbia University hired him as assistant professor inbut three years later Willy returned from New York to his alma mater. For the next 36 years, he taught Greek and ancient Near Eastern art and archaeology of the Iron and Bronze age to generations of Princeton students.
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A small burnt ball was recovered in from the basal fills of a ditch surrounding the Bala Hisar, or High Fort, of Charsadda, Pakistan. Associated by Sir Mortimer Wheeler with the siege of the. Telmessos, c. (William A. P. Childs, The City-Reliefs of Lycia [Princeton ] fig.
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