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Catalogue of the Sculpture in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection from the Ptolemaic Period to the Renaissance

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ISBN 9780884022121

Publication Date: 01/01/1995

Short

  • Introduction
  • Maps
  • List of Comparative Illustrations
  • List of Abbreviations
  • I. Hellenistic Sculpture
    • 1. Portrait Head of Ptolemaic Emperor
    • 2. Portrait Head of a Nomarch or Priest
    • 3. Fragment of an Inscriptional Stela
  • II. Roman Sculpture
    • 4. Fragment of a Decorative Krater
    • 5. Funerary (?) Portrait Head
    • 6. Fragment of a Garland Sarcophagus
    • 7. Head of Isis (?)
    • 8. Portrait Head of a Priest (?)
    • 9. Lion’s Head Water Trough
    • 10. Votive (?) Dove
    • 11. Portrait Head of a Roman Emperor
  • III. Early Christian Sculpture (Italy)
    • 12. Fragment of a Frieze Sarcophagus
  • IV. Early Byzantine Sculpture (Egypt)
    • 13. Head of Pan (?)
    • 14. Two Segments of a Vine Scroll Arch
    • 15. Keystone with Dionysos
    • 16. Pilaster Capital with Eros
    • 17. Niche with the Return of Dionysos
    • 18. Fragment of a Vine Scroll Molding
    • 19. Table Support with Nike
    • 20. Column with Protome Capital
    • 21. Grave Stela with a Deacon-Monk
    • 22. Plaque from a Frieze with Antelope
    • 23. Pilaster Capital with Eagle
    • 24. Segment of a Frieze with Dolphin
  • V. Early Byzantine Sculpture (Outside Egypt)
    • 25. Capital with Acclamation
    • 26. Capital with Chrismon
    • 27. Fragment of a Vine Scroll Frieze
    • 28. Fragment of a Pilaster Capital
    • 29. Fragment of a Wall Revetment with Cross
    • 30. Reliquary Lid
    • 31. Fragment of an Inscribed Base for a Monumental Cross (?)
    • 32. Architectural Boss with Chrismon
    • 33. Fragment of a Wall Revetment with Antelope
    • 34. Fragment of a Chancel Barrier with Holy Sepulcher, Vase
    • 35. Fragment of a Chancel Panel (?) with Peacock
    • 36. Revetment Panel with Ducks
  • VI. Middle Byzantine Sculpture
    • 37. Grave Marker
    • 38. Capital with Rosettes
    • 39. Relief Icon with the Virgin as Intercessor
    • 40. Roundel with Emperor John II
  • VII. Crusader Sculpture
    • 41. Capital with Archangels
  • VIII. Romanesque and Gothic Sculpture
    • 42. Lion Heads and Masks from a Norman Dynastic Tomb or Throne
    • 43. Column Statue of St. Michael
    • 44. Relief Panel with the Agnus Dei
    • 45. Virgin and Child
    • 46. Mourning Virgin from a Calvary Group
    • 47. Pietà
  • IX. Renaissance Sculpture
    • 48. “Queen of Heaven” by Tilmann Riemenschneider
  • Appendix: Summary of the Marble Analyses
  • List of Former Owners and Dealers
  • Concordances
    • 1. Catalogue Number to Accession Number
    • 2. Accession Number to Catalogue Number
    • 3. Antioch Excavations: Catalogue Number to Accession Number
  • Index
  • Illustrations

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