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The Image of Antiquity: Ancient Britain and the Romantic Imagination
The domain of prehistory the past and its meanings Northern heroes and national identity the bards of Britain the Druids ancestors and others - the origins of England the image of the Briton the
Thomas Guest and Paul Nash in Wiltshire: Two Episodes in the Artistic Approach to British Antiquity
Over a century after his death, the English artist Thomas Robert Guest (1754-1818) emerged from total obscurity as a direct result of his contribution to archaeology. In June 1938 four paintings he
Eye Witness: Artists and Visual Documentation in Britain 1770-1830
The testimony of the eyes material evidence - delineation as knowledge recording the Gothic - art and information ordering the realm - costume books and social understanding the working scene and the
Introduction [to]: The Image in Question
Introduction: The Image in Question: Stephanie Moser (University of Southampton) and Sam Smiles (University of Plymouth) 1 Romancing the Human: The Ideology of Envisioned Human Origins: Paul
Envisioning the past : archaeology and the image
Envisioning the Past brings together archaeologists, art historians, and anthropologists to offer new perspectives on the construction of knowledge concerning the antiquity of man. The volume