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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Mediterranean Antiquities, Vol. 3, The Metal Objects and the Gems

Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal, La collection des antiquites, Vol 3. Les objets en metal et les gemmes



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This is the third out of eight projected volumes making available to the public the contents in the collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities in one of Canada's most prestigious museums. Here are presented a variety of metal objects (mostly bronze figurines, medical instruments, brooches, weaponry and a lead sarcophagus), the small collection of jewelry and the ancient gems and seal stones (mainly Roman) some still set in rings. Ce volume est le troisieme de la serie de huit volumes projetes qui vise a publier la collection des antiquites grecques et romaines d'un des grands musees canadiens. Nous presentons ici des objets metalliques tres varies (surtout des statuettes de bronze, des instruments medicaux, des epingles, des armes et un sarcophage de plomb), un petit nombre de bijoux et de gemmes anciennes (surtout romaines) certaines encore serties dans une bague.

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Beaudoin Caron, D es L (1986) in Roman history and archaeology Universite de Grenoble III, teaches classical archaeology at the Universite de Montreal. He has published mainly on Roman glass, as well as on other aspects of ancient material culture. Beaudoin Caron, D es L (1986) en histoire et archeologie romaine, Universite de Grenoble III, enseigne l'archeologie classique et l'histoire ancienne a l'Universite de Montreal. Il a publie surtout sur le verre romain. John M. Fossey, D es L (Lyon II, 1976), FRSC, FSA, is Emeritus Professor at McGill University and Emeritus Curator of Mediterranean Archaeology at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. He has published monographs on Greek archaeology, epigraphy and prosopography. He has excavated in Greece, Georgia, Bulgaria and Britain. John M. Fossey, D es L (1976) Universite de Lyon II, MSRC, FSA, est professeur emerite de l'Universite McGill et conservateur emerite en archeologie mediterraneenne au Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal. On lui doit plusieurs monographies sur l'archeologie, l'epigraphie et la prosopographie grecques. Il a fouille en Grece, en Georgie, en Bulgarie et en Angleterre. Contributors/Contributeurs: Beaudoin Caron D es L (Universite de Montreal), Paul Denis MA (Royal Ontario Museum), John M. Fossey D es L. FRSC, FSA, RPA (Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal & McGill University), Tzveta Manolova MA (University of Oxford)
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November 21st, 2018
Edited by Beaudoin Caron Edited by John M Fossey
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