Antiquities Book Titles for Curators, Academics, Students and the General Public

We’ve added a wide range of antiquities and ancient art / ancient history related book titles to our Etsy, ebay and Amazon shops. These range from hard to find and invaluable museum catalogs and research publications to lavishly illustrated coffee table books. There’s something for everyone, ranging from the many ROM catalogs of ancient Mediterranean… Read More Antiquities Book Titles for Curators, Academics, Students and the General Public

Many Antiquities Related Book Titles Added to Our Amazon Shop

We’ve recently added many new book titles to our Amazon shop — some also available in our Etsy and eBay shops — with the holidays in mind. These range from out of print, hard to find object catalogs and excavation reports to popular and coffee table works, all dealing directly with antiquities, ancient art and… Read More Many Antiquities Related Book Titles Added to Our Amazon Shop

Update: Recent archaeology and antiquities related news

Below please find a selection of news items from the past few weeks dealing with archaeological discoveries and research, antiquities and ancient art that we felt to be of special interest. All links will open in a new tab or window. Enjoy – Euphronios, Sarpedon Krater- Smarthistory video – https://youtu.be/Fzorm4Q_vuk Archaeologists find key to tracking… Read More Update: Recent archaeology and antiquities related news

Images from “Illumination” exhibit on ancient oil lamps at UNC Wilmington

I attended a lovely reception last night (April 20) at the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Randall Library for the opening of “Illumination,” a one month show focusing on research conducted by UNCW Art History students, under the guidance of Professor Nick Hudson, on a group of 100 ancient oil lamps and pottery vessels from… Read More Images from “Illumination” exhibit on ancient oil lamps at UNC Wilmington

A recommended video channel on early technologies and cultures

It’s been some time since Clio Ancient Art offered any antiquities from the Neolithic but the “Stone Age,” as well as the related subject areas of early technologies and experimental archaeology, are certainly of great interest to many of our followers. That’s why I’m recommending a video channel on YouTube called “Beyond2000BC.” The series is… Read More A recommended video channel on early technologies and cultures