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Title:

Upper part of a caryatid

Maker(s) &
Production:

Unknown, Attica

Production
Note:

carved

Category:

architectural element

Name:

caryatid

Date:

circa 50 B.C.

Period:

Early Roman

Description:

caryatid

Find Spot:

Eleusis

Material:

marble (Pentelic)

Dimension:

height, 2.09, m

Acquisition:

given; 1865; Clarke, E.D., Professor

Documentation:

, The Fitzwilliam Museum1982. Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum.Cambridge (Cambs.): Pevensey Pressp. 196

Michaelis, Adolf. 1882. Ancient marbles in Great Britain.
242 no. 1

Bracken, C.P.. 1975. Antiquities acquired : the spoliation of Greece.
85

Budde, Ludwig. Nicholls, Richard V.. 1967. Catalogue of the Greek and Roman sculpture in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
no. 81, pls. 24-25

Ginner, P. 1960. Gateway to the dance.
124

Vassilika, E.. 1998. Greek and Roman Art.
p.96-97, no.46

Clarke, E.D.. 1809. Greek marbles brought from the shores of the Euxine, Archipelago, and Mediterranean and deposited in the vestibule of the public library of the University of Cambridge.
12-37, no. 14

St.Clair, L.. 1967. Lord Elgin and the marbles.
105-107

Fermor, P.Leigh. 1958. Mani.
179-180

Lawson, J.C.. 1910. Modern Greek folklore and ancient Greek religion.
179-180

Beard, M.. Henderson, J.. Pearce, S. (ed.). 1994. 'Please Don't Touch the Ceiling'.
Source Title: Museums and the Appropriation of Culture()

fig. 1 and pp.11-12

Lloyd-Morgan, G.. 1990. Caryatids and other Supporters.
Source Title: from Henig, ed., Architecture and Architectural Sculpture in the Roman Empire()

143-151

Harrison, Evelyn B.. Review of Budde & Nicolls.
Source Title: Art Bulletin(September-1968)
p. 285

Accession:

Object Number: GR.1.1865
(Antiquities)
(record id: 65755; input: 2003-03-25; modified: 2012-05-11)

Permanent
Identifier:

http://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/65755





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