At Christ Church, he became acquainted with Philip Sidneywho encouraged Camden's antiquarian interests. He returned to London in without a degree.
Edinburgh University Press,pp. Piranesi dedicated two plates of heavily restored antique marbles to Byres in his last publication, the Vase ofincluding a representation of a candelabrum, one of a pair now in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
The other plate dedicated to Byres represents the piece known as the Piranesi Vase, now in the British Museum. John Murray,p. Yale University Press, The biography of Byres is on pp.
There are also biographies of his friends and associates: Kieran German, University of Aberdeen, Maydrawing on research for his forthcoming doctoral dissertation on the Jacobite community in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. National Galleries of Scotland, p.
Thomas Snowdon for the author, Jill, Bepler and Peter, Davidson Wiesbaden: Harassowitz,pp. Boydell Press, especially pp.
John Murray,especially p. Ashgate,pp. Cambridge University Press,Chapter 6 passim. OUP,p. Scottish History Society, Essays in Antiquarianism Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, especially pp. Dundee University Press,pp.Aug 21, · Ruins in a Landscape: essays in antiquarianism. Edinburgh.
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