Charles Thomas Newton (1816-1894) was a British archaeologist specialising in Greek and Roman artefacts. He studied at Christ Church, Oxford before joining the British Museum as an assistant in the Antiquities Department. Newton left the Museum in 1852 to explore the coasts and islands of Asia Minor. In 1856 he discovered the remains of the Mausoleum of Helicarnassus, one of the seven ancient wonders of the world. He was appointed Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities in 1860 and remained in the position until 1880. First published in 1880, this volume is a compilation of lectures on archaeology and classical art which he delivered over the course of his career. They are arranged chronologically and cover topics as diverse as the study of archaeology, Greek sculptures and the arrangement of antiquities in the British Museum, providing valuable information on early methods of archaeology and the study of classical art.... her honour is drawn up in the name of a synod or college of priestesses of Demeter, of which college Phaena was doubtless a member. The decree recounts the sumptuous munificence with which she performed all the liturgies requiredanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on Art and Archaeology|
|Author||:||Charles Thomas Newton|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-12-02|