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Le Muséum étrusque d'Antoine Vivenel. Catalogue raisonné de la collection étrusque et italique du Musée Antoine Vivenel de Compiègne

Abstract : The Musée Vivenel, famous for its important collection of Greek and Italiot vases, houses a large number of Etruscan and Italic works that until now have been largely unknown both to the public and to Etruscologists. These objects, principally from the collection of Antoine Vivenel, form an encyclopedic collection of antiquities and curiosities amassed in the 19th century for pedagogical purposes. The diversity of the objects (ceramics, terra cottas, bronzes, etc.) allows the collection to present both the development in the 8th-2nd c. BC and the reception in the 19th c. AD of the fascinating material culture of the Etruscans and the pre-Roman peoples of Italy.
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Christian Mazet. Le Muséum étrusque d'Antoine Vivenel. Catalogue raisonné de la collection étrusque et italique du Musée Antoine Vivenel de Compiègne. Silvana Editoriale; Association des Amis des Musées Antoine Vivenel et de la Figurine Historique, 2015, 9788836631209 8836631207. ⟨hal-01243267⟩

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