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Link Arthur Evans Archive (Knossos excavations)

The archive consists of the archaeological records and papers of Sir Arthur Evans. A large part of these relate to his excavations at the Bronze...

Greek, Europe, sites, artefacts, Prehistory, Bronze Age, Minoan, Classical, Architecture view
Link Athenian Agora excavations

A website dedicated to the excavation of the Athenian Agora from 1931 onwards, including databases of images of the site and its artefacts.

Classical, Greek, Athens, Sculpture, Architecture view

This link takes you to a website where you can browse Ionian Antiquities, published with permission of the Society of Dilettanti, by R....

Richard Chandler, Nicholas Revett, William Pars, Society of Dilettani, Ionian Antiquities, Architectural plans, Greek architecture, Architecture, 18th century, Enlightenment view
Link Digital Roman Forum

Digital reconstruction of the Roman Forum as it would have looked in 400 CE.


Rome, Roman, urban, city, monuments, Architecture, Sculpture view
Document Housing at the end of the 19th Century (part 2)

Part 2 

Architecture, Houses & housing view
Document Housing through the 20th century

The Tower Block

housing density, 20th century, Architecture view

This link takes you to al illustration of James Stuart sketching the Erechtheum, from The Antiquities of Athens, vol. 2 (1787).

James 'Athenian' Stuart, Stuart and Revett, Greek architecture, Architecture, Enlightenment, Society of Dilettani, Dilettanti, 18th century, Erekhtheion, Erechtheum view
Link Lacus Curtius

Informative and wide-ranging website on Roman antiquity, including a photosampler of Roman and Etruscan cities and monuments (with a very large...

Roman, Classical, sites, Text, monuments, Architecture, Sculpture, coins, Rome, Italy, Europe view
Course Learning to Look at Western Architecture

This course is designed to enable students to ‘read’ the architecture of the Western world in a critically informed way. You will learn to...

Architecture, Classicism, Gothic, History view
Link Music Hall and Theatre History

Contains the archives of Arthur Lloyd, famous Victorian actor, comedian, singer, songwriter, and music hall performer, plus information on British...

Music hall, Theatre history, Architecture, Entertainment, 19th century, Victorian, History view
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