Survival of Ancient Art

Library holdings :

CKK Destruction & Preservation of Ancient Monuments

CKC  Drawings of Ancient Monuments

CKP  Topography: Rome

         460– Topography: Excluding Rome

CKD Collections of Antiquities

CKN Archaeological Compendia

         300– Inscriptions

        600– Coins

       800– Engraved Gems

       1000– Statues

       1220– Paintings

CKF Survival of Classical Art

CKO Classical Subjects in Modern Art

CKA History of Egyptology

          100– History of Archaeology

CKR History of Etruscology

Digitised books from the Warburg Institute Library

 

Monumenta Rariora
The fortune of antique sculpture in printed repertories. From Cribecu online (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa)

Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture known to the Renaissance
The Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture known to the Renaissance is available on a computerised database of some 25,000 images and 40,000 documents, with accompanying videodisks, and can also be consulted from the photographs in the subject files of the Collection. When established in 1947 by Phyllis Pray Bober, the project was intended to document the knowledge of classical works of art up to the time of the Sack of Rome (1527); in recent years, in collaboration with the Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome and with the support of the Getty Art History Information Program, its scope has been expanded both chronologically (up to 1600) and to include architecture.

Classical Art Research Centre: The Beazley Archive, University of Oxford 
Image database and resources on classical art, its collection and reception.

The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo
Cataloguing project based at the Warburg Institute.

Sir John Soane's Museum 
Information and catalogues of the collection of antiquities and drawings.

Unesco: World Heritage Sites 
Site explaining the choice of certain buildings and sites as World Heritage. List with pictures and information available on each.