British Antiquaries at Yale
- STONEHENGE EXCAVATIONS 2008. Darvill, Timothy; Wainwright, Geoffrey // Antiquaries Journal;2009, Vol. 89, p1
The following paper is the first published account of an excavation that took place at Stonehenge during April 2008. As this was the first excavation to take place within the stone circle for some forty years, the excavation has attracted an uncommon degree of interest, hence its publication in...
- THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES, 1707-18: MEETING PLACES AND ORIGIN STORIES. Evans, Dai Morgan // Antiquaries Journal;2009, Vol. 89, p323
The genesis of this paper lay in the 2007 Tercentenary celebrations of the Society of Antiquaries and the challenge of compiling a tour of the premises used by the Society for its meetings prior to the Society's move into a permanent home at Somerset House in 1780. The first part of the paper...
- Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Society of Antiquaries of London (Book). Thomson, Rod // Notes & Queries;Mar2002, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p128
Reviews the book 'Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Society of Antiquaries of London,' by Pamela J. Willetts.
- Visions of Antiquity. The Society Antiquaries of London 1707-2007. Giles, Melanie // Antiquity;Sep2008, Vol. 82 Issue 317, p793
The article reviews the book "Visions of Antiquity: The Society of Antiquaries of London 1707-2007," edited by Susan Pearce.
- Visions of Antiquity: the Society of Antiquaries of London 1707-2007. HAYCOCK, DAVID BOYD // Antiquaries Journal;2008, Vol. 88, p472
The article reviews the books "Visions of Antiquity: the Society of Antiquaries of London 1707-2007," edited by Susan Pearce, and "Making History: Antiquaries in Britain 1707-2007," edited by Bernard Nurse, David Gaimster and Sarah McCarthy.
- 'BANKS IS THE VILLAIN!'? SIR JOSEPH BANKS AND THE GOVERNANCE OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES. Evans, Dai Morgan // Antiquaries Journal;2009, Vol. 89, p337
The name of Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820) is well known in scientific and exploration circles - he is undeservedly much less well known as an antiquary. This study considers his roles in relation to the premier antiquarian society of the time, the Society of Antiquaries of London. Using the...
- ANT volume 91 Cover and Front matter. // Antiquaries Journal;2011, Vol. 91, pf1
An image of an 18th-century painting of Westminster Abbey attributed to Pieter Fabris is presented. Information about the editors and board members of the journal is presented. Information about the council members of the Society of Antiquaries of London, England is presented. The table of...
- Banishing the mists of antiquity. Sweet, Rosemary // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;Nov2007, Vol. 166 Issue 548, p106
The article reviews the exhibition "Making History: Antiquaries in Britain 1707-2007" at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, England from September 15, 2007 to December 2, 2007.
- An Eastern Perspective: the Society of Antiquaries and Indian Antiquities in the 1780s. Wright, C J // Antiquaries Journal;2011, Vol. 91, p195
Though Britain was the predominant European power in India from the middle of the eighteenth century, British scholars at first lagged behind their European contemporaries in the study of Indian antiquities. There were, quite simply, no British counterparts to such celebrated figures as Abraham...