1 edition of Classical digs found in the catalog.
George Howard Edmonds
The book explains how 12 Greek and Roman archaeological objects came to the Museum through the personal involvement of Gustav Oberlaender. The book includes personal photographs of Oberlaender"s trips to archaeological sites as well as pictures of the Greek containers and a mortuary oil flask from the Athens site; triangular marble flooring pieces from a Roman floor in Pergamon, Turkey; and a bowl, oil lamp and three Roman sculptured marble heads (a Greek and Roman woman and a Roman man).
|Statement||George H. Edmonds|
|Contributions||Oberlaender, Gustav, 1867-1936, Reading Public Museum and Art Gallery (Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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