Front cover image for Corpus topographicum Pompeianum

Corpus topographicum Pompeianum

Print Book, English, 1977
The University of Texas at Austin : RICA, Researches in Campanian Archaeology, Rome, 1977
volumes : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29-42 cm
9780930084066, 9780930084028, 9780930084035, 9780930084073, 9780930084042, 9780930084059, 0930084063, 0930084020, 0930084039, 0930084071, 0930084047, 0930084055
pt. 2. Toponymy / Armando La Porta, Laurentino García y García, Joan McConnell and Halsted B. Van der Poel. 1983
pt. 3. The RICA maps of Pompeii.1984
pt. 3A. The insulae of regions I-V / Halsted B. Van der Poel, Laurentino García y García, Joan McConnell. 1986
pt. 4. Bibliography / by Halsted B. Van der Poel. 1977
pt. 5. Cartography / Armando La Porta, Laurentino García y García, Joan McConnell, Eve Forester Rossi and Halsted B. Van der Poel. 1981
Volume 1 never published
"The CTP was intended as a reference tool, providing indices, concordances, bibliography and up-dated plans for scholars studying Pompeii. The project was begun in 1958 at the urging of Matteo Della Corte, Tatiana Warscher and Axel Boëthius, and work continued into the 1990s. The earlier material in the date range of the series consists primarily of reproductions of eighteenth- and nineteenth century materials made for research purposes. Although published under Vander Poel's name, the series was actually created by the Research in Campanian Archaeology group (RICA), which consisted of Vander Poel and a staff of researchers, especially Laurentino García y García and Armando La Porta. As with any publication with such a long history, the CTP went through many different configurations, with varying titles and volume numbers, over the years of planning. In the end, five volumes, II, III, IIIA, IV and V, were published. ... Five more volumes, I, IIIB, IIIC, IIID and IVA, were left in various states of preparation and there is further material not clearly given a placement in the numbering system."--Finding aid to Halsted B. Vander Poel Campanian collection, Getty Research Institute, circa 1570-1997, in Online Archive of California
"The University of Texas at Austin"--Page facing title page
Part 3A lacks distributor statement
Part 3: 8 folded leaves issued in portfolio (42 cm)
Bibliography by Halsted B. Van der Poel.