5 edition of The Lewis Collection of engraved gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge found in the catalog.
The Lewis Collection of engraved gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College)
|Statement||[compiled by] Martin Henig.|
|Series||BAR supplementary series ;, 1|
|LC Classifications||NK5515.L54 C35 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 94 p.,  p. of plates, leaf of plate :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||77364354|
The Parker Library is the rare books and manuscripts library of Corpus Christi College, is known throughout the world due to its invaluable collection of over manuscripts, particularly medieval texts, the majority of which were bequeathed to the College by Archbishop of Canterbury Matthew Parker, a former Master of Corpus Christi College. A Corpus of Roman Engraved Gemstones from British Sites, Parts A Corpus of Roman Engraved Gemstones from British Sites, Martin Henig Volume 8 of BAR British series Volume 8 of British archaeological reports, ISSN Author: Martin Henig: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: British Archaeological Reports, Original from: the.
Comparable gems may be found in the Content Family Collection, Houlton, Maine; the British Museum, London; the Lewis Collection in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; and the Cabinet des Médailles in the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris. Museum director and archaeologist. Middleton was the son of the architect John Middleton () and Maria Margaret Pritchett (Middleton). He traveled to Italy with his family where he was initially educated and then Cheltenham, England, where he attended Cheltenham College and then Exeter College, Oxford beginning in The following year, however, he suffered a .
Two good sources for complete facsimiles are Ohlgren’s ‘Anglo-Saxon Textual Illustration’ and Budny’s ‘Insular, Anglo-Saxon, and Early Anglo-Norman Manuscript Art at Corpus Christi College Cambridge’. Ohlgren’s book includes 16 complete manuscripts along with a description of every illustration and a reference index. [OHLGREN ]. engraved gemstones of the Hellenistic age, and these were usually of the more precious materials, with gar Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Lewis Collec The Lewis Collection of Gemstones (Oxford, ), no. , as probably modern. Copenhagen, Thorvaldsen Museum; broken, 11 x 10, as preserved; P. Fossing, The Thorvaldsen Museum.
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The Lewis collection of gems and rings in ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. With an essay on ancient gems [Middleton, J.
H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Lewis collection of gems and rings in ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. With an essay on ancient gemsAuthor: J. Middleton. Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College). Lewis Collection of engraved gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, (OCoLC) Named Person: Samuel Savage Lewis; Samuel Savage Lewis: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Henig; Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College).
The Lewis collection of gems and rings in the possession of Corpus Christi college, Cambridge; by Cambridge. University. Corpus Christi college. Lewis collection. [from old catalog]; Lewis, Samuel Savage, [from old catalog]; Middleton, John Henry, [from old catalog]. The Lewis collection of gems and rings in the possession of Corpus Christi college, Cambridge; by Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College); Lewis, Samuel Savage, ; Middleton, J.
(John Henry), Pages: For Lewis’s collection still in Cambridge see M. Henig, The Lewis Collection of Engraved Gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (BAR Int. ser.1, Oxford, ); King’s collection forms the basis of the gem collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: G.M.A.
Richter, Catalogue of the Engraved Gems, Greek, Etruscan and Roman. Author: Martin Henig. Get this from a library. The Lewis collection of gems and rings in the possession of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, with an introductory essay on ancient gems.
[J H Middleton; Samuel Savage Lewis; Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College)]. The College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary is unique among Cambridge colleges in the circumstances of its foundation. It came into being in the 14th century as a result of the generous desire of one of the most flourishing of Cambridge guilds, the Guild of Corpus Christi, to establish an institution in which persons might be.
Samuel Savage Lewis, son of William Jonas Lewis, surgeon, was born at Spital Square, Bishopsgate, London. His studies at St John’s College, Cambridge, were interrupted by poor eyesight and he moved to Canada, farming from Inwith his sight improved through several operations, he re-entered St John’s, moving in to Corpus Christi.
The Production and Use of English Manuscripts to Mary Swan and Owen Roberson Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, The 20 poems collected together as the lithika of Posidippus, the first surviving poems on a papyrus roll only published in and dating from the third century BCE, offer a range of spectacular new evidence for a series of issues in Hellenistic history, art and literature.
The standard view is that Posidippus was probably author of all the epigrams in the roll known Cited by: 3. The Lewis Collection of Engraved Gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge - British Archaeological Reports International Series (Paperback) Martin Henig £ Paperback.
Finger ring with engraved gemstone. The lewis collection gems and rings the possession corpus christi college.
Western asiatic seals the british. Roma lerma published gisela m. Walters catalogue engraved general collection ancient and modern engraved gems gems the british museum A catalogue the regular engraved gems was published. The Lewis collection of gems and rings in the possession of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, with an introductory essay on ancient gems, (London: C.J.
Clay and Sons, ), by J. Middleton, Samuel Savage Lewis, and Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Filed under: Rings, Steel. Stresses in. This archaeological and art-historical study is woven around rock art and ancient metallic objects attributed to Tibet.
The silver bowls, gold finial, and. On March 31st,died Samuel Savage Lewis, librarian of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and one of the original members of the Hellenic Society. To his college he left a large collection of coins, gems and miscellaneous antiquities, among them the following vases: (1) Red-figured kotyle, from Castellani Collection.
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Names W.D. & H.O. Wills (Firm) (Publisher) Collection. Cigarette cards. Arms of Oxford and Cambridge Colleges. Dates / Origin Place: U.K. Library locations George Arents Collection Shelf locator: Arents Cigarette Cards Topics Universities & colleges-- England Wills's Cigarettes Wills Genres Cigarette cards.
The Engraved Gems of Classical Times, with a Catalogue of Gems in the Fitzwilliam Museum. fig. 17, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Middleton, John Henry and Samuel Savage Lewis. The Lewis Collection of Gems and Rings in the Possession of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
London: C.J. Clay and Sons. Fürtwangler, Adolf. Meet the people behind engraved gems: gem engravers, the people that used the gems, the people that re-used them and above all the gem collectors.
This is the first major publication on engraved gems in the collection of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden since Contents. Table of contents: PrefaceAuthor: Ben van den Bercken Vivian Baan. The Lewis Collection: From Corpus Christi to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
The Lewis Collection is currently housed in the Fitzwilliam Museum, on long term loan from Corpus Christi College. Here, we celebrate the man behind one of largest antiquarian collections to have remained in private ownership.
Corpus Library has a pamphlet collection; many of these are off-prints, and the parent journal or book can often be found in the Bodleian Libraries. Return to top. Shadworth Hodgson Collections.
Shadworth Hodgson was a student at Corpus, and an honorary Fellow of the College from to He bequeathed a large collection of works to Corpus.
The Lewis Collection of engraved gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge by Lewis Collection (Corpus Christi College), 1: Defended Sites of the Late La Tene in Central and Western Europe by John Collis: 2: Coins of the ancient Thracians by ˆIordanka IUrkova: 4.
LEWIS, SAMUEL SAVAGE (–), librarian of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, was born at Spital Square, London, on 13 July His father, William Jones Lewis, youngest son of George Lewis (–) [q.
v.], was a surgeon, and his mother, Elizabeth Bunnell, descended from Philip Henry. He entered the City of London school in .The Lewis Collection of engraved gemstones in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge / Martin Henig / Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, The art of Roman Britain [Texte imprimé] / Martin Henig / London: B.