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Author Furlotti, Barbara, author.
Title Antiquities in motion : from excavation sites to Renaissance collections / Barbara Furlotti.
Publisher Los Angeles : Getty Research Institute, [2019]


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Descript ix, 281 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
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Contents Introduction -- Brought to light: digging in and around Rome -- Marketing antiquities: marketplaces, companies, and shops -- Acquiring meanings, gaining value: antiquarians and the market for antiquities -- From restoration to sale: antiquities in sculptors' workshops -- The price of collecting: acquiring antiquities in sixteenth-century Rome -- The other side of the coin: collecting meets illegality -- Exporting antiquities: the rules and the practice -- Moving antiquities around -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- Paul IV's Motu proprio for the protection of Roman antiquities, [20 December] 1556 -- Evidence from Francesco Serason's trial for the illegal acquisition of ancient marbles, July-August 1557 -- Vincenzo Stampa's letter from Rome to Cardinal Carlo Borromeo in Milan about his possible appointment as "guardian of the Belvedere antiquities," 1 November 1565 -- Evidence from the trial for fraud against Vincenzo Stampa, 1569 -- Cardinal Luigi Cornaro's ban for the protection of Roman antiquities, 20 June 1570 -- Excavation contract between donna Ersilia del Monte and the "soci excavatori" maestro Oliverio Mariani from Ascoli and Giovanni Bonardo from Rocca di Cagni, 11 December 1573 -- Cardinal Enrico Caetani's revocation of all excavation licenses, 21 January 1588 -- Littera passus for Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy, 1 February 1588 -- Excavation license granted to Ginevra Salviati, December 1591 -- Evidence from the trial against Vincenzo Menichelli for unauthorized diggings, April-May 1594 -- Index.
ISBN 9781606065914
1606065912
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Author Furlotti, Barbara, author.
Subject Antiques business -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.
Art -- Collectors and collecting -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.
Antiquities.
Descript ix, 281 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Content text
still image sti
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Contents Introduction -- Brought to light: digging in and around Rome -- Marketing antiquities: marketplaces, companies, and shops -- Acquiring meanings, gaining value: antiquarians and the market for antiquities -- From restoration to sale: antiquities in sculptors' workshops -- The price of collecting: acquiring antiquities in sixteenth-century Rome -- The other side of the coin: collecting meets illegality -- Exporting antiquities: the rules and the practice -- Moving antiquities around -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- Paul IV's Motu proprio for the protection of Roman antiquities, [20 December] 1556 -- Evidence from Francesco Serason's trial for the illegal acquisition of ancient marbles, July-August 1557 -- Vincenzo Stampa's letter from Rome to Cardinal Carlo Borromeo in Milan about his possible appointment as "guardian of the Belvedere antiquities," 1 November 1565 -- Evidence from the trial for fraud against Vincenzo Stampa, 1569 -- Cardinal Luigi Cornaro's ban for the protection of Roman antiquities, 20 June 1570 -- Excavation contract between donna Ersilia del Monte and the "soci excavatori" maestro Oliverio Mariani from Ascoli and Giovanni Bonardo from Rocca di Cagni, 11 December 1573 -- Cardinal Enrico Caetani's revocation of all excavation licenses, 21 January 1588 -- Littera passus for Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy, 1 February 1588 -- Excavation license granted to Ginevra Salviati, December 1591 -- Evidence from the trial against Vincenzo Menichelli for unauthorized diggings, April-May 1594 -- Index.
ISBN 9781606065914
1606065912
Author Furlotti, Barbara, author.
Subject Antiques business -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.
Art -- Collectors and collecting -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.
Antiquities.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  NK1133.28 .F87 2019  7 DAYS  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  NK1133.28 .F87 2019  7 DAYS  AVAILABLE
2 copies being processed for BJL.

Subject Antiques business -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.
Art -- Collectors and collecting -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.
Antiquities.
Descript ix, 281 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Content text
still image sti
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Contents Introduction -- Brought to light: digging in and around Rome -- Marketing antiquities: marketplaces, companies, and shops -- Acquiring meanings, gaining value: antiquarians and the market for antiquities -- From restoration to sale: antiquities in sculptors' workshops -- The price of collecting: acquiring antiquities in sixteenth-century Rome -- The other side of the coin: collecting meets illegality -- Exporting antiquities: the rules and the practice -- Moving antiquities around -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- Paul IV's Motu proprio for the protection of Roman antiquities, [20 December] 1556 -- Evidence from Francesco Serason's trial for the illegal acquisition of ancient marbles, July-August 1557 -- Vincenzo Stampa's letter from Rome to Cardinal Carlo Borromeo in Milan about his possible appointment as "guardian of the Belvedere antiquities," 1 November 1565 -- Evidence from the trial for fraud against Vincenzo Stampa, 1569 -- Cardinal Luigi Cornaro's ban for the protection of Roman antiquities, 20 June 1570 -- Excavation contract between donna Ersilia del Monte and the "soci excavatori" maestro Oliverio Mariani from Ascoli and Giovanni Bonardo from Rocca di Cagni, 11 December 1573 -- Cardinal Enrico Caetani's revocation of all excavation licenses, 21 January 1588 -- Littera passus for Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy, 1 February 1588 -- Excavation license granted to Ginevra Salviati, December 1591 -- Evidence from the trial against Vincenzo Menichelli for unauthorized diggings, April-May 1594 -- Index.
ISBN 9781606065914
1606065912

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