5 edition of A catalogue of the Nimrud ivories found in the catalog.
A catalogue of the Nimrud ivories
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Nimrud ivories.|
|Statement||by R. D. Barnett.|
|Contributions||Barnett, Richard David, 1909-, Davies, Leri Glynne.|
|LC Classifications||NK5973 .B7 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 262 p.,  leaves of plates,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||77362545|
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Amazon Business - Precios con IVA Get this from a library. A catalogue of the Nimrud ivories: with other examples of Ancient Near Eastern ivories in the British Museum. [Richard David Barnett; Leri Glynne Davies; British Museum.] Ivories from Nimrud VII, Ivories from Rooms SW11/12 and T10 completes the publication of the assemblages in the Fort, as far as records permit.
The ivories of Room SW11/12 are similar in character to those of Room SW37 and probably represent another consignment of booty, while those of T10 in the Throne Room block include pieces from all four History of the City and Discovery of the Ivories.
When Layard began his work at Nimrud, he did not even know which city he was excavating. He believed he had discovered Nineveh A catalogue of the Nimrud ivories book, in fact, published his best-selling book on the excavation, Nineveh and its Remains, in CE, still confident in that book was so popular, and the artifacts he uncovered so intriguing, that further The Nimrud ivories (A Colonnade book) [M.
L Mallowan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Mallowan, M. L Many different people have found caches of ivory objects at Nimrud over the past few centuries: From only his second day of work inLayard PGP began to find large numbers of ivory fragments in the Northwest Palace (rooms A, V & W).
Loftus PGP also uncovered ivories in the Central Palace PGP and Burnt Palace PGP in the s ().; In the s and 50s, Mallowan PGP and his Bibliographic details. Barnett, Richard D; Davies, Leri Glynne, A catalogue of Nimrud ivories with other examples of Ancient Near Eastern Ivories, London, British Museum Press, /?bibId= : Ivories from Nimrud, Vol Iv: Ivories from Room SW37, Fort Shalmaneser (Vol 1.
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Goff, B.L. "Observations on Barnett's A Catalogue of the Nimrud Ivories." View book online via the Internet Archive Facsimile reconstruction of the eastern end of the throne room of Ashurnasirpal II, Northwest Palace, Nimrud SinceFactum Arte volume, Georgina Herrmann provides a broad overview of the ivories excavated at Nimrud from the s through the s.
Herrmann is uniquely qualified for this task, having spent most of her long career studying and publishing the ivory finds from Nimrud in the multi-volume series, Ivories from Nimrud, as well as in numerous (R. D.) Barnett A catalogue of the Nimrud Ivories with other examples of Ancient Near Eastern Ivories in the British Museum.
London: British Museum, Pp. with plates and 92 text figures. £8 8s. - Volume 79 - K. Maxwell-Hyslop A catalogue of the Nimrud ivories: with other examples of Ancient Near Eastern ivories in the British Museum by R.D.
Barnett Trustees of the British Museum, 2 days ago Barnett & Davies a / A catalogue of Nimrud ivories with other examples of Ancient Near Eastern Ivories (Suppl. 33; pl. CXXXIV) Curtis & Reade a / Art and empire: treasures from Assyria in the British Museum (92) British Museum a / Splendours of Mesopotamia (pp, cat) A descriptive catalogue of the fictile ivories in the South Kensington museum: with an account of the continental collections of classical and mediæval ivories by Westwood, J.
(John Obadiah), ; South Kensington Museum Richard David Barnett is the author of Monitor America ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews), Illustrations Of Old Testament History ( avg rating, A large collection of carved ivories was discovered in the palace area of Nimrud, an Assyrian city on the eastern bank of the Tigris.
Six thousand carved, decorated pieces known as the Nimrud Ivories date from the 9th to 7th Century B.C. were discovered in the city of Nimrud in modern day Iraq and excavated by the British Institute for Study of Catalogue of the Fejérváry Ivories, in the Museum of Joseph Mayer De Frenencz Aurelius Pulszky?id=jBAGAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover.
The Nimrud Bowls in the British Museum. Rivista di studi fenici A Catalogue of the Nimrud Ivories in the British Museum, second edition. London: British Museum. Ancient Ivories in the Middle East. Series: Qedem Jerusalem: The Hebrew University.
Barnett. — A Catalogue of the Nimrud Ivories with other Examples of Ancient Near Eastern Ivories in the British Museum. Un vol. grand in-4° de pages, CXXXII planches et 1 frontispice en couleurs. Londres, The Trustees of the British Museum, The British School of Archaeology in Iraq has published five volumes in the ‘Ivories from Nimrud’ series, together with a scanned archive of these ivories.
Two more volumes are in preparation, as is a computer database. Dr Georgina Herrmann FBA, Director of the Project, recounts some of the history of the ivories found at ://. On October 4,the Sulaymaniyah Museum received several artifacts, part of the so-called “Nimrud Ivories.” The package was sent from the Iraqi Museum at Baghdad and authorized personnel /_Nimrud_Ivories_at_the_Sulaymaniyah_Museum.— A Catalogue of the Nimrud Ivories with other Examples of Ancient Near Eastern Ivories in the British Museum.
By André Parrot Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de LyonThe Nimrud ivories. London: British Museum Publications Ltd. MLA Citation. Mallowan, M. E.
L. The Nimrud ivories / Sir Max Mallowan British Museum Publications Ltd London Australian/Harvard Citation. Mallowan, M. E. L.The Nimrud ivories / Sir Max Mallowan British Museum Publications Ltd London.