A survey of Greek and Latin inscriptions on stone in Swedish collections
ActaRom-8° , Catalogue / 1997-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. View at WorldCat. A survey of Greek and Latin inscriptions on stone in Swedish collections Edited by Bengt E. Thomasson in collaboration with Monica Pavese. A presentation, with text and short commentary, of 202 Greek and Latin inscriptions on stone kept in collections in Göteborg (the Department of Classics and Röhsska Konstslöjdsmuseet), Uppsala (the Collection of Classical Antiquities), Stockholm (the Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antquities, the National Museum, the Gustav III:s antikmuseum, Millesgården and a private collection) and Umeå (the University of Umeå), as well as Rome (Istituto Svedese) and Anacapri (Villa San Michele di Axel Munthe). Contents Preface (p. 7) Introduction (pp. 9–10) Bibliographical abbreviations (p. 11) Inscriptions at the Swedish Institute in Rome (p. 13) La collezione epigrafica di Villa San Michele di Monica Pavese (pp. 15–75) The collection in Göteborg (pp. 77–83) The collection in Uppsala (pp. 84–94) The collection in Stockholm (pp. 95–120) Indices (pp. 121–127) Concordantiae (pp. 128–129) Bibliographical information Bengt E. Thomasson (ed.), A survey of Greek and Latin inscriptions on stone in Swedish collections (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Rom, 8°, 22), Stockholm 1997. ISSN: 0283-8389. ISBN: 91-7042-154-4. Softcover: 129 pages. Reviews Arctos 31, 1997, 235-238…

Nicola Pio
Catalogue , Suecoromana / 1995-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. View record at WorldCat. Nicola Pio as a collector of drawings By Per Bjurström Nicola Pio, who was born c. 1677 and can be traced until 1733, was a connoisseur and collector living in Rome. His primary interest was in prints and he formed a collection, the main part of which is still preserved in the Gabinetto Nazionale delle Stampe at Farnesina in Rome. His interest then turned to drawings and he wrote a work on 225 painters, sculptors and architects (1724), to which he added portraits of all the artists treated, as well as a collection of drawings by them. One hundred and sixty portraits have survived, most of them in the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. Another 70 drawings from his collection have been identified. The present book presents an account of Pio’s activity as a collector and a catalogue of known portraits and drawings from his collection. Contents Foreword Literature quoted in abbreviated form Introduction The print collection Vite The portraits The drawings Drawings in the Louvre Catalogue Artists portrayed Concordance Clark-Bjurström Index of artists Bibliographical information Per Bjurström, Nicola Pio as a collector of drawings (Suecoromana. Studia artis historiae instituti romani regni Sueciae, 2),…

Mycenaean pottery 3
ActaAth-4° , Catalogue / 1992-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates By Arne Furumark. Edited by Paul Åström, Robin Hägg and Gisela Walberg Contents Preface and introduction by the editors (pp. 9–12) Acknowledgements (pp. 12–13) Abbreviations (pp. 15–17) Plates (pl.1–180) Figures of types (181–193) Bibliographical information Arne Furumark, Paul Åström, Robin Hägg & Gisela Walberg, Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 20:3), Stockholm 1992. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-7916-026-5. Soft cover: 193 plates. Arne Furumark’s Mycenaean pottery Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates Review Nestor 20, 1993 (P.A. Mountjoy)

Sicilian architectural terracottas
ActaRom-8° , Catalogue / 1986-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. Sicilian architectural terracottas. A reappraisal By Charlotte Wikander The study of the architectural terracottas of Sicily, like that of architectural terracottas as a whole, has gained momentum through the recent finds of early terracotta production in Central Italy (Acquarossa and Poggio Civitate). These finds call for a reevaluation of the early period and subsequent development of this particular craft, where the situation in, and influences to and from, different geographical areas are examined. The architectural terracottas of Sicily must necessarily be an important part of such studies; the present work is aimed at facilitating this through a collection, as thorough as possible, of material hitherto very disparately presented (Catalogue). The practical possibilities of contrasting and comparing different assemblies are considered of paramount importance, hence the inclusion of schematized drawings in consistent scale to as great an extent as possible. A short analytical summary discusses the different members; the roofs treated are all of the type with lateral, as well as raking simas. Antefix roofs are not included in the discussion, which starts with the earliest type of sima (Himera, Grammichele, Syrakusai) and goes on to the typically Sicilian, “Geloan” sima and its accompanying geison revetment plaques….

Mycenaean pottery 2
ActaAth-4° , Catalogue / 1972-01-01

Out of print. Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology By Arne Furumark Contents Abbreviations (pp. 11–12) Preface (pp. 13–15) Relative chronology (pp. 17–109) Absolute chronology (pp. 110–128) Addendum (pp. 129–131) Index of vessel types (pp. 132–145) Index of sites and publications of finds (pp. 146–150) Bibliography (pp. 151–155) Corrigenda (p. 156) Bibliographical information Arne Furumark, Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 20:2), Stockholm 1972. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-85086-05-4. Soft cover: 155 pages. Arne Furumark’s Mycenaean pottery Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates Reviews L’Antiquité Classique 44:1, 1975, 374 (Frieda Vandenabeele) The Classical Review 24:2, 308–309 (R. Cook) The Classical World 68:3, 184–185 (Joseph W. Shaw)

Mycenaean pottery 1
ActaAth-4° , Catalogue / 1972-01-01

Out of print. See record at WorldCat. Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification By Arne Furumark Contents Abbreviations (pp. XV–XVI) Preface (pp. XVII–XIX) Introduction (pp. 1–10) Technique (pp. 11–15) Shape (pp. 16–109) Decoration (pp. 110–582) Catalogue of vessel types (pp. 583–643) Index of sites and publications of find (pp. 644–654) Addenda (pp. 655–664) Bibliography (pp. 665–671) Alphabetical index (pp. 672–688) Corrigenda (pp. 689–690) Bibliographical information Arne Furumark, Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 20:1), Stockholm 1972. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-85086-04-7. Soft cover: 690 pages. Arne Furumark’s Mycenaean pottery Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates Reviews L’Antiquité Classique 44:1, 1975, 374 (Frieda Vandenabeele) The Classical Review 24:2, 308–309 (R. Cook) The Classical World 68:3, 184–185 (Joseph W. Shaw)