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A History of Greek Sculpture

A History of Greek Sculpture

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1880. Contains two volumes in one; From the earliest times down to the age under Pheidias and his successors. With illustrations. Murray, a Scottish archaeologist, was assistant keeper and keeper of Greek and Roman antiquities at the British Museum. From 1894 to 1896 he was in charge of excavations in Cyprus. Among his other writings are Manual of Mythology, Handbook of Greek Archaeology, Terra-Cotta Sarcophagi, and Excavations in Cyprus. Contents Volume One: First Stages in Technical Skill; The Shield of Achilles; Butades, Theodoros, Rhoekos and Glaukos; Early Sculpture in Marble, Ivory and Gold and Fine Woods; Archaic Sculpture; Early Schools of Argos, Sikyon and Aegina; The Sculptures of Aegina, Now in Munich; Archaic Sculpture in Athens; Pythagoras of Rhegium; Myron and the Sculptures of His School; Polykleitos; and The Sculptures of Northern Greece. Contents Volume Two: The Frieze and Metopes of the Parthenon; Pediment Sculptures of the Parthenon; Pheidias; Pupils of Pheidias-The Sculptures of Olympia; The Frieze of Phigaleia; The Temple of Athena Nike, The Erechtheum, etc.; The Nereid Monument of Xanthos in Lycia; Pupils of Myron and Polykleitos; Praxiteles; Skopas; Schools of Skopas and Praxiteles; Lysippos and His School; Schools of Rhodes and Pergamos; and Greek Sculpture in Rome. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.