3 edition of Catalogue of the finger rings, early Christian, Byzantine, Teutonic, mediaeval and later, bequeathed by Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks, in which are included the other rings of the same periods in the Museum found in the catalog.
At head of title: Franks Bequest.
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|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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by Fowler, Harold North, 1859-1955• by Margaret Jourdain and Alice Dryden• The tomb was constructed as a single burial chamber containing a stone sarcophagus in the shape of a Chinese-style house with pictorial reliefs on the outer walls Fig. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Hoard of gold jewelry fromsouthern Italy, 340—330 BC•depicting the sun-god Shamash, from Sippar, Iraq, early 9th century BC• Group of 4 bronze shields with inscription of king from the temple of at the fortress ofeastern Turkey, 650 BC• Catalogue of the finger rings helmet with inscription commemorating the, Greece, 480 BC• Thereafter, the UK appointed as in Egypt who amassed a huge collection of antiquities, some of which were assembled and transported with great ingenuity by the famous Italian explorer.
Intricately decorated made by from Mantua, Italy, 1554 AD• In 1806,ambassador to the from 1799 to 1803 removed the large collection of marble sculptures from theon the in Athens and transferred them to the UK.
Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Forgotten Empire Exhibition October 2005 — January 2006• The Gallery of Roman Britain, opened in 1997, displayed a number of recently discovered which demonstrated the richness of what had been considered an unimportant part of the Roman Empire.
Ivory stand in the form of a seated lion, Chos-'khor-yan-rtse monastery in13th century AD• Lang: -EnglishVol: - 1 st, Pages 491, Reprinted in 2017 with the help of original edition published long back 1903. Although it was not fully open to the general public until 1857, special openings were arranged during of 1851. Illustrations, Index, if any, are Byzantine in black and white. Two large from Kurkh, southern Turkey, 850 BC• The ethnography collections, which had been housed in the short-lived at from 1970, were returned to new purpose-built galleries in the museum in 2000.
vol 2 by King, Richard John, 1818-1879• Stone statue of Buddha from the hoard, Bihar, eastern India, 7th—8th centuries AD• The sudden death of Henri II in July 1559 resulted in Mary, as consort to Francois II, becoming Queen of France, but her coat of arms changed again in December 1560, when her husband died.
Three Viking hoards from Norway known as theand Villa Farm barrow burial in and the,and hoards from Britain, 7th—10th centuries• vol 6 by Vasari, Giorgio, 1511-1574•
Room 52 — Ancient Iran with the , considered to be the world's first charter of , 559—530 BC Layard's work was continued by his assistant, and in 1852—1854 he went on to discover the North Palace of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh with many magnificent reliefs, including the famous and.