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The Smart Museum's Classical collection began developing in the 1890s and now consists of approximately eight hundred pieces, including large-scale statuary and floor mosaics, vases, figurines, coins, lamps, and other utensils. The first extensive study of the Smart's collection, this catalogue presents a selection of the museum's antiquities and provides a historiographical introduction that traces the formation of the collection in relationship to the pedagogical ideas of the University of Chicago. Serving as a factual and functional guide, this catalogue serves classicists and art historians, as well as the museum's many visitors.
Table of Contents
|Foreword and Acknowledgments|
|Lists of Authors and Abbreviations|
|A History of the Classical Collection at the University of Chicago||p. 1|
|Stone Vessels||p. 137|
|Ivory and Glass||p. 167|
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