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Frederick corbin lukis and his family, Sebire, Heather

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Автор: Sebire, Heather
Название:  Frederick corbin lukis and his family
Издательство: Guernsey Museums & Galleries
Биография и автобиография

ISBN: 1871560071
ISBN-13(EAN): 9781871560077
ISBN: 1-871560-07-1
ISBN-13(EAN): 978-1-871560-07-7
Обложка/Формат: Paperback
Страницы: 33
Вес: 0.1 кг.
Дата издания: 01.06.2006
Иллюстрации: Full colour illustrations throughout
Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade)
Поставляется из: Англии

Masters of the italian line

Автор: Sebire, Ian
Название: Masters of the italian line
ISBN: 1445683504 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781445683508
Издательство: Неизвестно
Цена: 10670 T
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Описание: Profusely illustrated throughout, this book portraits the iconic ships of the Italian Line and the people who brought them to life.

Pursuits and Joys

Автор: Heather Sebire
Название: Pursuits and Joys
ISBN: 144380584X ISBN-13(EAN): 9781443805841
Издательство: Cambridge Scholars
Цена: 35190 T
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Описание: This new volume is a collection of papers first read in Guernsey in 2006 but more recently updated by the authors.In June 2006 Guernsey Museums and Galleries mounted a major exhibition on the remarkable Lukis family of Guernsey in the Channel Islands entitled: Pursuits and Joys Great Victorian Collectors and Intellects: The Lukis family of Guernsey and their contemporaries. The exhibition was to celebrate the live and work of Frederick Corbin Lukis and his family alongside their antiquarian contemporaries. Lukis lived in Guernsey from 1788-1871 during which time he created a remarkable archaeological archive, the majority of which is now held in the collections of Guernsey Museums and Galleries. He and his family worked at a very interesting and exciting time in the development of scientific thought in the nineteenth century, when archaeology was evolving into the discipline we know today. The archive created by Lukis and his family, not least W.C. Lukis, covers not just Guernsey and the other Channel Islands but also many parts of Britain and Europe.To coincide with the opening of the exhibition a short conference on the work of Lukis and his contemporaries in the nineteenth century was held from 2nd - 4th June 2006 at Guernsey Museum to discuss the development of archaeology and related disciplines in the nineteenth century. The keynote address was by Professor Timothy Champion of the University of Southampton who spoke on the possibility for archaeology developing while Lukis and his family and other great Victorian archaeologists throughout Europe were active.The actor Adrian Lukis, who is the last surviving member of the family and the great, great, great, grandson of Frederick Corbin Lukis visited Guernsey with his family to open the exhibition.Alongside the keynote speaker Professor Timothy Champion, the other speakers Dr Gregory Stevens-Cox and Dr Darryl Ogier both historians living in Guernsey, Alan Howell, senior Curator at Guernsey Museum, Mark Bowden, Senior Archaeological Investigator at English Heritage Dr Anne O’Connor, formerly Research Associate on the William Greenwell project at Durham University, Dr Corinne Roughley form Cambridge University (also on behalf of the late Dr Andrew Sherratt both representing the AREA project), Dr Stephen Briggs formerly of RCAHMW, Dr Serge Cassen from the University of Nantes, Dr Megan Price of Oxford University and Dr Ana Martins from the Society of Portuguese Archaeologists and Geoff Carver from the University of Dusseldorf in absentia.The volume, edited by Heather Sebire, formerly Archaeology officer at Guernsey Museum, is a contribution to the growing corpus of work on the History of Archaeology as a discipline on a European front in the nineteenth century.

From Antiquary to Archaeologist

Автор: Heather Sebire
Название: From Antiquary to Archaeologist
ISBN: 1847183573 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781847183576
Издательство: Cambridge Scholars
Цена: 30790 T
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Описание: Frederick Corbin Lukis, antiquarian and polymath, lived in Guernsey in the Channel Islands from 1788-1871. This book is the result of many years research on his archive held at Guernsey Museum and draws heavily on the material therein, highlighting it to both the general reader and the academic world. It includes an initial look at the history of antiquarianism and the development of archaeology as a discipline with particular reference to the nineteenth century. The development of archaeological study in Guernsey and the development of the museum service are documented, alongside a biography of Lukis’s life in the context in which he grew up. The book includes several illustrations from the museum collections and although the content is based on research it is suitable for readers with an interest in the history of archaeology, museum collections and antiquarianism. This is widely recognized as a growing area of interest in heritage studies.

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