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The Galleria of Giacomo Oddi in Perugia: its inventory and dispersal
Clara Menganna; Luca Pesante
‘Only meer Love to Learning’: a rediscovered travel diary of naturalist and collector James Petiver (c.1665–1718)
Anna Marie Roos
South American mummy trafficking: Captain Duniam’s nineteenth-century worldwide enterprises
Christopher Carter; Flora Vilches; Calogero M Santoro
The natural history collection at the Lisbon Military College: tracing the history of a teaching collection
Inês Gomes
The amateur and the public sphere: private collectors in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent through the eyes of European travellers in the long nineteenth century
Ulrike Müller
Blaschka invertebrate models in Irish institutions
Hazel Doyle; Eric Callaghan; Emmanuel G Reynaud
Collections and decorations: an original approach to the dissemination of prehistoric collections in Germany in the nineteenth century
Clemens Lichter
A gift from Mauritius: William Curtis, George Clark and the Dodo
Julian P Hume; Christine Taylor
Reception of Chinese bronze antiquities in early twentieth-century Japan
Ya-hwei Hsu
The Emporium Museum (1910–1916), Empúries–L’Escala, Spain: between private collection of antiquities and public archaeological museum
Gabriel Alcalde; Josep Burch
Eye for Detail. Images of Plants and Animals in Art and Science, 1500–1630
Anna Marie Roos
Silk, Porcelain and Lacquer: China and Japan and their trade with Western Europe and the New World, 1500–1644
Susan Bracken
Anton Raphael Mengs y la Antigüedad
Peter Mason
The Wallace Collection. Catalogue of Italian Sculpture
Robert Wenley
The Flemish Merchant of Venice. Daniel Nijs and the Sale of the Gonzaga Art Collection
Timothy Wilks
The Celebrated Museum of the Roman College of the Society of Jesus. A facsimile of the 1678 Amsterdam edition of Giorgio de Sepi’s description of Athanasius Kircher’s Museum, Musæum celeberrimum collegii romani societatis Jesu
Jeremy Warren
Richard Rawlinson and his Seal Matrices. Collecting in the early eighteenth century
Kate Heard
Mariette and the Science of the Connoisseur in Eighteenth-Century Europe
Mia Jackson

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