Print Location: Art Ref. G 1046 .E15 A8 1977
Print Location: Main Oversize DF77.L43
Online historical map collection with over 25,000 maps and images. The collection focuses on rare 18th and 19th century North American and South American maps and other cartographic materials. Historic maps of the World, Europe, Asia, and Africa are also represented.
Collection of historic maps which have been digitized by the University of Texas at Austin. The maps are listed by place name.
Print Location: Main Ref. BL715.G713 1985
Print Location: Art Ref. N7760.L49 1981 vols. 2 pt.1 - 6 pt. 2
Print Location: Art BL311.M95
- Articles from 350 art magazines & journals
- Pre-history to contemporary art worldwide
Art Full Text (1984 - present)
Art Index Retrospective (1929-1984)
- Articles rom 350 art magazines & journals
- Pre-history to contemporary art worldwide
- Indexes the Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin
- Global coverage
DYABOLA covers classical Greek and Roman art and archaeology with some material on the Ancient Near East. Includes books, essays in books, journal articles, and dissertations on Ancient Greek, Roman and Near Eastern, Byzantine, Early Christian and Etruscan art and archaeology.
Between 1946 and 1987 the International Association for Classical Archaeology (AIAC) published the Fasti Archaeologici. It contained very useful summary notices of excavations throughout the area of the Roman Empire. However, spiraling costs and publication delays combined to render it less and less useful. AIACs board of directors thus decided in 1998 to discontinue the publication and to seek a new way of recording and diffusing new results. The Fasti Online is the result of this effort.
- Search full-text articles in core scholarly journals throughout multiple fields.
- It's an archive: most titles lack entries from the past 2-5 years.
Print Location: Main Ref. DE5 .N3513 2002 vols.1-10
Print Location: Main Ref. & Art Ref. DE59.C55 1988 vols. 1-3
Print Location: Art N31 .E48 vols. 1-7
Covers ancient art and archaeology from prehistory to c500 AD.
Mediterranean (Europe, N. Africa, Asia and Ethiopia) Entries on places, artists, and subjects, most Richly illustrated with photographs chosen expressly for quality Signed articles by over 200 scholars.
- Most comprehensive art & architecture encyclopedia available in English
- Global: country by country surveys of important artists, architects, media, cities, movements, periods, etc. from pre-history to the present
- Artists, architects, styles, religions, philosophies, and theories
- Fine art, architecture, new media, decorative arts, performance, dance, ritual, jewelry, etc.
- Part of Oxford Art Online, a suite of four art dictionaries / encyclopedias that may be searched separately or simultaneously
note: Part of Oxford Art Online, a suite of four art encyclopedias
Print Location: Art Ref. N5610 .G76 2007 vols. 1-2
Based on its 1996 predecessor -- the 34-volume Dictionary of Art, ed. by Jane Turner -- the articles for The Grove Encyclopedia of Classical Art and Architecture have been updated (both text and bibliography), re-edited, and re-worked by Campbell so as to render them his creations. (That is why none of the entries bear the names of the original authors.) One cannot speak too highly of this publication; it is a fundamental resource. A substantial thematic index completes the work.
Print Location: Art Ref. DE5 .O9 2003
"Drawing on the latest edition of the higly praised Oxford Classical Dictionary, the Companion offers articles on diverse fields such as, history and politics; ethics and morals; law and punishment; social and family life; language, literature, and art; religion and mythology; technology, science, and medicine."
Also based on the Oxford Classical Dictionary, this title presents 2,500 entries in a more accessible form.
Print Location: Art Ref. DE59.P7
Print Location: Art Ref. BL715.G68 1993
- Ancient biography
- Greek and Roman history, politics, literature, philosophy, science, and art
- Longer entries explain major historical and cultural themes in antiquity, centered round individuals
The Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, an international multi-volume series, is the fundamental source in the field of ancient vase painting. Begun in 1922, it has as its goal the publication of all known collections of ancient vases of all periods, shapes, styles, and functions. So far fascicules have appeared on collections in Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark (and the DDR), Greece, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Czechoslovakia, the United States, and Yugoslavia, each written by a different author. Each fascicle contains either loose (in a portfolio) or bound plates and a text block with full descriptions of the vases and references to other sources. In 2004 the Beazley Archive at Oxford University digitized the out of print volumes of the CVA. Additional volumes are being added slowly. In 2007 100,000 objects were in the database.
Print Location: Art Ref. N7760.R63 1991
The Beazley Archive provides access to many of the drawings and notes of the famous scholar of Greek painted pottery, Sir John Beazley. It also offers a useful Dictionary containing "illustrated explanations of names, technical terms, and other vocabulary relating to Greek history, myth, geography, art, and architecture" and hosts other ancient Greek and Roman databases, such as:
The Pottery Database - text and image database of Athenian black- and red-figure pottery ca 625-300 B.C. including 1500 drawings by Sir Beazley of Athenian pottery. In 2007, the pottery database had "150,000 records and 130,000 images."
Sculpture - Divided into "Casts Database" and "Sculpture Inscriptions Database"
Merged databases - Search the Beazely Pottery and the Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum (see below) databases simultaneously.
Print Location: Art Ref. BL782.G34 1993
Includes a large database of images (coins, vases, sculpture), Greek and Latin texts and translations, resources for textual studies, and English word searches of the texts.
Print Location: Art Ref. DG68.R5 1992
Detailed entries, occasionally accompanied by maps or diagrams, make this an excellent resource for the study of Classical Roman structures. Entries include bibliographic references. A glossary, a chronological list of dated monuments, preface, introduction, and the section of bibliographical notes and abbreviations add to the value of Richardson's Dictionary. Complemented by Platner and Ashby's A Topographical dictionary of ancient Rome (Art Ref. DG 16 .P685) and Nash's Pictorial dictionary of ancient Rome (Art Ref. NA 310 .N28 1961). Updated and expanded by Steinby (Art Ref. DG 63 .L49 1993) [BQP 8/27/04]
Print Location: Art Ref. DG63 .L49 1993 vols. 1-6
Print Location: Art Ref. NA280.T68
Print Location: Art Ref. NA310 .N28 1961 vols. 1-2
Updates, expands and revises Platner's A Topographical dictionary of ancient Rome (Art Ref. DG 16 .P685). Updated and expanded by Steinby (Art Ref. DG 63 .L49 1993) [BQP 8/27/04]
Print Location: Main & Art Ref. DG16.P685
Referred to by it's authors, "Platner and Ashby" is a standard for studying Rome's monuments and overall plan. All monuments, ruins, and areas, are included even those now lost. The bibliographies list scholarship and all relevant ancient texts. A chronological index lists monuments by known dates.
Supplemented but not entirely superceded by Nash (NA 310 .N28 1961) and Richardson (DG 68 .R5 1992). Updated and expanded by Steinby (Art Ref. DG 63 .L49 1993) The text of Platner and Ashby has also been digitized and is part of the Perseus Digital Library. [BQP 7Feb'13]
Athenian Agora: Guide
* Map and interactive guide to the buildings and monuments
* Includes 3-D simulations
DIOTIMA: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean
A web site for a class of the same name taught at Dartmouth
Ancient Art and Architecture in Delicious See also the following tags on the Art Library delicious page. Tags can be "stacked" to refine a broader concept; tag1: ancient tg2: greece
Main Library: call numbers vary
Collected works of classical Greek and Latin authors with an English translation on facing pages.
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