Charles Thomas Newton (1816-1894)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Bredwardine, GB, 16-09-1816
Death : Margate, GB, 28-11-1894
Note :
A aussi écrit en français
Archéologue. - Conservateur du Musée britannique, Londres et correspondant de l'Institut de France, Paris (en 1885). - Membre de l'Académie des Lincei (Rome)
Variant of the name : Charles Newton (1816-1894)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8076 1694

Activities of Charles Thomas Newton (1816-1894) (28 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (27)

Essai sur les inscriptions grecques. - [1]
Victorian designs for the home
Synopsis of the contents of the British Museum. Department of Greek and Roman antiquities : mausoleum room with Charles Thomas Newton (1816-1894) as Autre
Synopsis of the contents of the British Museum. Department of Greek and Roman antiquities : mausoleum room [by C. T. Newton]
Essai sur les inscriptions grecques.... - [1]
Essai sur les inscriptions grecques. - [1]
Inscription from Kalymnos, by C. T. Newton,...
A Guide to the sculptures on the Elgin room on the Department of Greek and Roman antiquities. Part 2. [Introduction by C. T. Newton.] with Charles Thomas Newton (1816-1894) as Préfacier
On an unedited Rhodian inscription, by C. T. Newton
Essays on art and archaeology, by Charles Thomas Newton...
The Collection of ancient Greek inscriptions in the British Museum with Charles Thomas Newton (1816-1894) as Éditeur scientifique
Synopsis of the contents of the British Museum. Department of Greek and Roman antiquities : bronze room [by C. T. Newton]
The Dioscuri on a Rhodian vase, by C. T. Newton,...
On an inscription from Halicarnassus, relating to Lygdamis, by C. T. Newton
Travels and discoveries in the Levant
A History of discoveries at Halicarnassus, Cnidus and Branchidae, by C. T. Newton,... assisted by R. P. Pullan,...
Papers respecting the excavations at Budrum
On the study of archaeology, a discourse read at the Oxford meeting of the Archaeological Institute, June 18, 1850, by Charles Newton,...
Notes on the sculptures at Wilton House, by Charles Newton,...
A description of the collection of ancient marbles in the British Museum with engravings
Note on Mr. Strutt's vase, by Mr. Newton
Mr. Newton's Address on Dr Schliemann's discoveries at Mycenae
On a Greek inscription at Mytilene, relating to the coinage of that city and of Phocaea. [Signé : C. T. Newton.]
On the sculptures from the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. [Signé : Charles Newton.]
On the coin attributed by Mr. Borrell to Alexander of Pherae. Signé : Charles Newton.]
Proposed attribution to Allaria in Crete of a coin at present ascribed to Lacedaemon. [Signé : Charles Newton.]
On two Greek inscriptions, from Kamiros and Ialysos, in Rhodes, respectively, by C. T. Newton,...

Mixed works (1)

Travels and discoveries in the Levant I-II

See also