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'The Illusion of an Authentic Experience': A Luster Bowl in the Ashmolean Museum

A collection of tapestry cartoons at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford

A Stamped Talisman

Application of Gamma-ray Spectrometry in Discovering the Granitic Monument of King Pepi I: A Case Study from Hierakonpolis, Aswan, Egypt

Archaeologies of Coinage

Coin circulation in fourteenth-century Thrace and Constantinople according to the evidence of the hoards

Coin Hoards of the Roman Empire Project: http://chre.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/

Crusader Coinages 2002-2013

Discovering Tutankhamun

England 400 - 1600 gallery

Galleries for Ancient Egypt and Sudan

Ibrahim El-Salahi: a Sudanese artist in Oxford

Introduction

Islamicate Occult Sciences in Theory and Practice

Money Gallery and numismatic displays in 25 other galleries

Power and Protection: Islamic Art and the Supernatural

Review of David Roxburgh, The Persian Album, 1400-1600: From Dispersal to Collection

Roman Provincial Coinage Online: http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/

The Ashmolean Story

The reformed Byzantine silver based currencies (ca. 1372-1379) in the light of the hoards from the Belgrade Gate

Zaraka: The Coins

Song Ceramics

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Volume V. Ashmolean Museum Oxford. Part X: Ionia

Gunpowder, Porcelain, Paint

Roman Provincial Coinage Vol. IV. The Antonine Period. From the Accession of Antoninus Pius to the Death of Commodus (AD 138 – 192). Part 2: The Roman Province of Asia

A symbolist Drawing by Armand Rassenfosse

Sensation: Rembrandt's First Paintings

The Arts of China

Islamic Occultism and the Museum

Islamic Occultism and the Museum

Ancient Sudan in the Ashmolean Museum

Chiaroscuro Woodcut: A Memento Mori

牛津阿什莫林博物馆里的中国艺术 Chinese Art in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

A Comparison of Change Blindness in Real-World and On-Screen Viewing of Museum Artefacts.

Cat. 73: Portrait de l'imam 'Ali entoure de ses fils Hasan et Husayn; Cat. 116: Boite a miroir; Cat. 117: Rustam combattant le roi du Hamavaran; Cat. 152: Service a cafe a decor astrologique; Cat. 161: Kard; Cat. 245: Plum...

Coneys, Coneygarths and Cunnies: the Rabbit and Great Households, c.1080–1600

Dressing the body

Figura femminile stante a braccia conserte

Standing female figure with crossed arms

Taille de guepe et barbe fleurant l'ambroise: Les portraits de Fath 'Ali Shah

Der Gigliato-Schatzfund aus der Ausgrabung der Berliner Museen in Milet (1903), verborgen um 1370/74

Ashmolean object in focus: limestone statue of King Khasekhem

THE HEIGHT OF DENIER TOURNOIS MINTING IN Greece (1289-1313) ACCORDING TO NEW ARCHAEOMETRIC DATA

Identifying eighteenth century pigments at the Bodleian library using in situ Raman spectroscopy, XRF and hyperspectral imaging

Agile Objects

Lorenzo Ghiberti and the language of praise

Ger Luijten, Peter Schatborn and Arthur K. Wheelock (eds.), ‘Drawings for paintings in the age of Rembrandt’, Washington and Paris, 2016

Hans Bol's 'Emblemata Evangelica'

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis of porcelain: Background paper

Liu Dan New Landscapes and Old Masters

Chinese Paintings in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

‘Best’ gowns, kerchiefs and pantofles: gifts of apparel in the north east of England in the 16th century

Masters of metalpoint in northern Europe

'Best’ Gowns, Kerchiefs and Pantofles: Gifts in 16th century North-East England’

Introduction

Made in Japan - Lo splendore orientale: la collezione Wurts di arte asiatica

Ashmolean object in focus: the lapis lazuli lady

‘Happy clappers’: new ivory wands from ancient Nekhen

Spinning Yarns: The Archaeological Evidence for Hand Spinning and its Social Implications, c ad 1200–1500

Review: The Power of Prints, The Legacy of William M Ivins and A Hyatt Mayor, exhibition catalogue The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Archaeology New York

Exploring psychiatry through images and objects.

Hid in the earth and secret places: A reassessment of a hoard of later medieval gold rings and silver coins found near the River Thame

Multiple catalogue entries

The Use of Goldpoint and Silverpoint in the Fifteenth Century

"Sacred Words, Sacred Power: Qur'anic and Pious Phrases as Sources of Healing and Protection"

Power and Protection Islamic Art and the Supernatural

The Entombment

Hierakonpolis in Oxford

Metalpoint drawing in the Low Countries

Metalpoint Drawings in the Low Countries in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Curator’s Choice: Hercules Segers’ Landscape with the Pine Branch’

Reflections on Modern Japanese Sculpture

Revisiting the beginnings of tin-opacified Islamic glazes

Dibujar en plata y oro: Hendrick Goltzius fue un avezado expert en la tecnica de la punta metalica’

Exhibition Review: "Qalam: The Art of Beautiful Writing", Birmingham Museums and Art Galleries, Birmingham, UK, November 2, 2013-January 26, 2014

Richard Verdi, ‘Rembrandt’s themes: Life into art’; New Haven and London, 2014

A Tooled Coin and a Forgery of the ‘Koinon of the Thirteen Cities’

An Early Fragment; The Amajur Qur'an; A New-Style Qur'an; A Refined New-Style Folio; An Andalusian Page; A muhaqqaq Page with Translation and hadith; A Refurbished Turkman Leaf; An Indian Qur'an

Fang Zhaoling A Centenary Exhibition

The circulation of the gold coinage of Vespasian struck in the East

Yoshida Hiroshi A Japanese Artist in India

Discovering Tutankhamun

Discovering Tutankhamun in Oxford

The ivory statuette from HK6 tomb 72

Money and Currency in Medieval Greece

Christopher White and Jane Shoaf Turner, ‘Dutch & Flemish Drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum’, London, 2014

Conservation Studies

Dominant Powers

Pesticide Residues on the Cook-Voyage Collections at the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

Coin Circulation in Late Medieval Thrace According to the Evidence from Edirne Archaeological Museum

Conservation Studies

Discovering Tutankhamun

Trinkets and Charms The Use, Meaning and Significance of Dress Accessories, Ad 1300-1700

Landscape Landscript

A Lacquered Imari Porcelain Garniture from Althorp

Coinage and the Roman Economy in the Antonine Period: the view from Egypt’

Eros and Sexuality in Islamic Art

Hiroshige: Landscape, Cityscape

Images of Desire: On the Erotic and the Sensuous in Islamic Art

Post-Roman Europe

The monetization of Temperate Europe

Threads of Silk and Gold: Ornamental Textiles of Meiji Japan

CHARACTERIZATION OF 18TH-CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN USING SEM-EDS

Picturing Evil: Images of Divs and the Reception of the Shahnama

On the Monstrous in the Islamic Visual Tradition

In situ analysis of ancient glass: 17th century painted glass from Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford and Roman glass vessels

The Potential for Image Analysis in Numismatics

Fu Baoshi in Chongqing: Some Paintings in European Collections

Northern Song Lacquer

X-ray fluorescence applied to overglaze enamel decoration on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century porcelain from central Europe

An extraordinary collection in the Keeper's Office

Excavations at HK29A. Report on the 2008 season of the Hierakonpolis expedition

Statue of King Khasekhem

Unveiling ancient Egypt and Sudan

Pentecost: The Master of the Regensburg Hosteinsfrevel

Diplomacy and Gift-Giving at the Court of Fath ‘Ali Shah

Looking at Colour on post-Antique Sculpture

The Japanese Collections at the Ashmolean Museum

The New Galleries of Chinese Art

Defying the Predictable: Donatello and the Discomfiture of Vasari

Roman coins: classical tradition

Una Insalata Di Più Erbe: A Festschrift for Patricia Lee Rubin

13 papers from the colloquium, The Book of the Dead – Recent research and new perspectives, held at the British Museum on 21st to 22nd July 2009

Light of the Sufis

A Folio from a Timurid Historical Manuscript in the Princeton Art Museum

The Tel ‘Akko hoard of Venetian torneselli

The Wizard of Ōta: Miyagawa Kōzan through Western eyes

Un trésor médiéval de Corinthe à la Bibliothèque nationale

Art and Nature: Studies in Medieval Art and Architecture

11 papers submitted for publication in the Proceedings of the Third International Colloquium on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, held at the British Museum on 27th July to 1st August 2008

Artefacts, archaeology and daily life

Further considerations on the numismatics of Catalan Greece in the light of the Athens Roman Agora (Lytsika) 1891 hoards

Netherlandish and German Polychrome Sculpture

Owning Ceramics in the Northern Song Dynasty: Thoughts on Who and How

Some numismatic approaches to quantifying the Roman Economy

The Gresham Ship, Thames Estuary: Conservation of an Elizabethan Shipwreck Assemblage

Η αρχαία ιστορία μέσα από τα νομίσματα

Egypt’s Origins in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Return to the Temple Part II

The revetted mound at Hierakonpolis and early kingship: a re-interpretation

Ladies Hunting: A Late Medieval Decorated Mirror Case from Shapwick, Somerset

Abstracts of papers presented at the Third International Colloquium on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, The British Museum, London, Sunday 27th July–Friday 1st August 2008

Chinese silk: A cultural history

Ceramic Consumption in Northern Sung China: the case of the educated urbanites

Medieval Clarentza. The coins 1999-2004, with additional medieval coin finds from the nomos of Elis

The twin stelae of Suty and Hor

(Re)making Beauneveu: The Scholarly Construction of a Great Artist

André Beauneveu: Digest of Documents

The Chronological Development of Roman Provincial Coin Iconography

Resurrecting Horus and Pepi

Review of D. Wengrow, The Archaeology of Early Egypt: Social Transformations in North-East Africa, 10,000–2650 BC (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006)

When is a tomb not a tomb?

Whose Perspective? Andrea del Castagno, Paolo Uccello and the Patron's Point of View

Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces

Istoria antica prin monede

Roman Provincial Coinage

La storia antica attraverso le monete

The denarii of Septimius Severus and the mobility of Roman coin: a reply

Geld in der antiken Welt was Münzen über Geschichte verraten

Sikkelerin Isiginda Eskicag Tarihi

The Coins

Ancient History from Coins

The circulation of silver coins, models of the Roman economy, and crisis in the third century A.D.: some numismatic evidence

Coin circulation and the integration of the Roman economy

Coins

The Supply and Use of Money in the Roman World 200 B.C. to A.D. 300

Membury, Wiltshire

Why did ancient states strike coins?

After the colt has bolted: a review of Amandry on Roman Corinth

Roman Empire: Greek and provincial issues

Greek Imperial Countermarks. Studies in the Provincial Coinage of the Roman Empire

Greek legends and Roman types: a Neronian enigma

The relationship of the issar to the denar in rabbinic literature

The XII Fulminata: countermarks, emblems and movements under Trajan and Hadrian

The behaviour and function of Greek Imperial Countermarks

Coinage and military finance: the imperial bronze coinage of the Augustan east

Ionian magistrates: Caracalla or Elagabalus?

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