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eBook Etruscan Bucchero in the British Museum (British Museum Research Publication) ePub

by Philip Perkins

  • ISBN: 0861591658
  • Category: Collections Catalogs and Exhibitions
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Philip Perkins
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: British Museum Press (December 18, 2007)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1544 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1491 kb
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Bucchero is the most distinctive class of ceramic produced in Etruria, Italy . This work provides a listing and description of the collection of bucchero in the British Museum.

Bucchero is the most distinctive class of ceramic produced in Etruria, Italy, between the 7th and the 5th centuries BC. It also includes the technical aspects of the production of vessels - detailing the steps in the manufacture of each vase. British Museum Press.

A study of Etruscan Bucchero ceramics (7th-5th centuries BC) at the British Museum that, Documents the collection .

Establishes detailed sequences of production processes. Identifies manufacturing traditions that cross-cut established typologies. Phil Perkins hasn't uploaded this book. Let Phil know you want this book to be uploaded. Etruscan Bucchero in the British Museum.

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Judith Swaddling, Philip Perkins. British Museum, 2009 - 111 pagine. Twelve papers by leading international scholars on the theme of the cultural, regional and personal identity of the Etruscans. The volume celebrates the originality of the Etruscan character manifest in its richly varied workshop production, and examines some unusual objects and buildings, considering what they tell us of Etruscan life, belief and influences. Informazioni bibliografiche. This publication aims to provide a complete up-to-date listing and description of the collection of bucchero in the British Museum; a collection that consists of over three hundred items including examples of all the important regional productions of bucchero. A previous partial publication of the collection in 1932 is now out-dated and in need of replacement.

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Bucchero is the most distinctive class of ceramic produced in Etruria, Italy, between the 7th and the 5th centuries BC. This publication aims to provide a complete up-to-date listing and description of the collection of bucchero in the British Museum; a collection that consists of over three hundred items including examples of all the important regional productions of bucchero. A previous partial publication of the collection in 1932 is now out-dated and in need of replacement. In addition to being a new, complete, fully referenced and illustrated catalogue, technical aspects of the production of the vessels have been meticulously studied in order to reconstruct a working sequence - detailing the steps in the manufacture of each vase. A final important contribution of the study is the investigation of the formation of the collection, which dates back to 1756, and the history of the study of bucchero.