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Thu Oct 16 18:02:16 2014 UTClccn-no990539540.00Athenian sepulchral marbles and ornaments0.761.00The antiquities of Athens /66809899no 990539545036643Kinnard, W. (William), d. 1839Kinnard, William, -1839lccn-n86814243Revett, Nicholas1720-1804lccn-n89604800Cockerell, C. R.(Charles Robert)1788-1863np-jenkins, williamJenkins, Williamlccn-n82211464Stuart, James1713-1788lccn-no99053947Railton, W.(William)-1877lccn-nr2003030584Donaldson, Thomas Leverton1795-1885viaf-3253133Woods, Joseph1776-1864edtlccn-nr93028605Newton, William1735-1790edtviaf-10953426Reveley, Willeyd. 1799edtlccn-n95118385Barton, Thomas Pennant1803-1869Kinnard, W.(William)-1839Pictorial worksArchitectureGreece--AthensGreeceAntiquitiesEnglandMeasured drawingArchitecture, GreekRelief (Sculpture)Croatia--PulaArchitecture--DetailsArchitecture, AncientArchesEngland--LondonGreece--Athens--Acropolis18391813182218251830185720722.8NA28017814ocn002843385book17620.77Stuart, JamesThe antiqvities of Athens, measvred and delineatedJames 'Athenian' Stuart and Nicholas Revett??'s monumental Antiquities of Athens was the first accurate survey of ancient Greek architecture ever completed. Based on precise measured drawings done at the sites of the ancient ruins between 1751 and 1754, these books set a new standard for archaeological investigation in the eighteenth century. In doing so, they also transformed our understanding of Greek architecture and???by pointing up differences between Greek and Roman examples??? fundamentally challenged prevailing notions about a universal classical ideal, and fueled the Greek Revival movement that dominated British, European, and American architecture and design for over a century. Originally published in four volumes that appeared between 1762 and 1816, Stuart and Revett??'s masterwork is presented here in its entirety as part of our Classic Reprints series and features a new introduction by scholar Frank Salmon. With its many images of buildings, plans, sculpture, friezes, and decorative objects such as vases, it remains the logical starting point for anyone interested in Athens, Greece, and its influence on the whole history of Western architecture21ocn018207404book0.70Stuart, JamesDie Alterthümer zu Athen11ocn883405603book18221.00Kinnard, WA catalogue of the miscellaneous library11ocn851874109visu1813Kinnard, WTo His Royal Highness, George, Prince Regent of the United Kingdom This View of a Triumphal Arch proposed to be erected at Hyde Park Corner Commemorative of the Victories achieved by the British Arms during the reign of HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE THE THIRD : Is with the GRACIOUS PERMISSION of HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS most humbly Dedicated, By HIS most dutiful and devoted Servant William Kinnard.Pictorial worksA triumphal arch with a sculpture of Brittania on top; soldiers and horses travelling beneath; a horse and carriage on the left with trees behind; figures on the street. Title and dedication contain coat of arms11ocn224737148map1.00Stuart, JamesThe antiquities of Athens11ocn082748027bookKinnard, WAthenian sepulchral marbles and ornaments11ocn082909694book0.47Kinnard, WAntiquities at Athens and DelosThu Oct 16 15:31:28 EDT 2014batch5532