History of Ancient Art

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
EGYPT.
FIGUREPAGE
1. The Pyramids of Gizeh1
2. The Great Pyramid of Gizeh. Section N. and S., looking West6
3. Section of the Great Pyramid of Saccara9
4. The Pyramid of Meydoun10
5. Southern Stone Pyramid of Dashour11
6. Section of the Middle Pyramid of Abousere13
7. Egyptian Wall-painting. Transport of a Colossus14
8. Section and Plan of the Northern- most Rock - cut Tomb at Beni- hassan15
9. Second Rock - cut Tomb at Beni- hassan16
10. Pier Decoration from the Tombs of Sauiet-el-Meytin17
11. Lotos-column of Beni-hassan18
12. Column from Sedinga19
13. Lotos-columns from Thebes20
14. Calyx Capital from Carnac21
15. Capitals from Edfou22
16. Osiris Pier23
17. Royal Grave near Thebes24
18. Southern Temple of Carnac25
FIGUREPAGE
19. Temple of Edfou26
20. Great Temple of Carnac27
21. Section of the Hypostyle Hall, Great Temple of Carnac28
22. Chapel upon the Platform of the Temple of Dendera29
23. Temple of Philæ30
24. Façade of the Rock-cut Temple of Abou-Simbel31
25. Hall of the Rock - cut Temple of Abou-Simbel32
26. Egyptian Wall - painting. Interior of a House33
27. Labyrinth of the Fayoum35
28. Egyptian Profile. Greek Profile38
29. Husband and Wife. (Munich Glyptothek.)39
30. The Schoolmaster of Boulac40
31. Lion of Reddish Granite. (British Museum.)41
32. Egyptian Wall-painting. Sculptural Work43
33. Egyptian Wall-painting. Lancemaker44
34. Egyptian Wall-painting. Prisoners of Different Nationalities45
CHALDÆA, BABYLONIA, ASSYRIA.
35. Relief from Corsabad. Assyrian Shrines48
36. Temple at Mugheir (Ur)49
37. Ruins of Warka51
38. Patterned Wall. Warka51
39. Tomb at Mugheir52
40. Bors - Nimrud. Temple - terrace at Borsippa54
41. Plan and Elevation of the Temple at Borsippa56
42. Plan of Babylon59
43. Plan of Nineveh61
44. Plan of the Palace of Kisr-Sargon, Corsabad63
45. Ornamented Pavement from the Northern Palace of Coyundjic64

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Egypt. 1
  • Chaldæa, Babylonia, and Assyizia. 48
  • Persia. 99
  • PhŒnicia, Palestine, And, Asia Minor. 130
  • Hellas. 175
  • Etruria. 387
  • Rome. 413
  • Glossary. 473
  • Index 479
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