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A Kynaitha Polyb. BCH IV et note 2. Rhode p. Wilamowitz die Amphietgonie con Kalaureia, dan les Nachrichten de Gottigen , p. Wilamowitz, as he is known in scholarly circles, was a renowned authority on Ancient Greece and its literature. Wilamowitz had a formative influence on the further development of that project, which he directed until his death. Wilamowitz tried to discredit Pausanias as a purveyor of literature quoted at second-hand, who he suggested, had not actually visited most of the places he described. Verlag von K. Koehler, Leipzig Memoirs Source Wikipedia] Cavvadias Fouilles de Epidaure p.
Prott v ol p. Volume 29, Antiques Troezen; notes topography. Fourmont Michel Fourmont is remembered for the destruction of ancient Sparta. Fourmont records in For a month now, despite illness, I have been engaged with thirty workmen in the entire destruction of Sparta; not a day passes but I find something, and on some I have found up to twenty inscriptions.
You understand, Monsieur, with what great joy, and with what fatigue, I have recovered such a great quantity of marbles. If by overturning its walls and temples, if by not leaving one stone on another in the smallest of its sacella, its place will be unknown in the future, 1 at least have something by which to recognise it, and that is something. I have only this means to render my voyage in the Morea illustrious, which otherwise would have been entirely useless, which would have suited neither France, nor me.
I am becoming a barbarian in the midst of Greece; this place is not the abode of the Muses, ignorance has driven them out, and it is that which makes me regret France, whither they have retreated. I should have liked to have more time to bring them at least more than bare nourishment, but the orders 1 have just received oblige me to finish.
Edward Dodwell on his later visit to Sparta in reported that Fourmont was still remembered as ordering the defacement of inscriptions he had just recorded.
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Petrus Joannes Olivarius-Pompomus Mela Bibliotheque Nationale, Noivelles acquisitions francaises, , f suiv. Chandler, Richard trad franc. Gell,Sir William. Interinary of Greece, Argolis. The Gell family was one of the oldest families in England with a tradition of service in the Army, Navy, Parliament and the Church going back to , in the reign of King John.
He matriculated there in , took a BA degree in and an MA in , and was From to he travelled in Greece and the neighbouring islands. These travels resulted in several publications, e. With these publications he achieved fame in the scholarly circles as a classical topographer. From until his death, he resided in Rome, where he painted.
Gell died at Naples in and was buried in the English Cemetery, Naples. His numerous drawings of classical ruins and localities, executed with great detail and exactness, are preserved in the British Museum. His topographical works became recognised text-books at a time when Greece and even Italy were but superficially known to English travellers.
His best-known work is Pompeiana; the Topography, Edifices and, Ornaments of Pompeii, published between and , in the first part of which he was assisted by J. He is, together with his friends Edward Dodwell and Keppel Richard Craven, by some modern scholars seen as the founder of the study of the historical topography of the hinterland of Rome. His works and notebooks proved very valuable for the topographical studies done by Thomas Ashby at the beginning of the 20th century.
Rollinson, published ] The Topography of Troy and its vicinity illustrated and explained by drawings and descriptions etc.. London, The Geography and Antiquities of Ithaca. London, The Itinerary of Greece, with a commentary on Pausanias and Strabo, and an account of the Monuments of Antiquity at present existing in that country, compiled in the years , 2, 5, 6 etc.. London, London, Vievs in Barbary — taken in London, Pompeiana.
The Topography of Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii. Further edition by Gell alone incorporating the results of latest excavations. London and ] Gell, William. Narrative of a Journey in the Morea. Gell, illustrates con testo note da A. Gell e del professore A. Rome [2nd ed.
Alumni Cantabrigienses 10 vols online ed. Wroth, W. Retrieved 11 October Wallace-Hadrill, A. Humphrey eds. Portsmouth, RI, , p. Itinerary of Moree p. He was born in Ireland and was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. Dodwell travelled from to in Greece, and spent the rest of his life for the most part in Italy, at Naples, and Rome. He died at Rome from the effects of an illness contracted in during a visit of exploration to the Sabine Mountains. Voyage de la Grece V p. Leake, William Martin. Travels in Moree II, p.
After four years in the West Indies as lieutenant of marine artillery, he was promoted to captain, and sent in by the government to Constantinople to train the forces of the Ottoman Empire in the use of artillery. A journey through Asia Minor in to join the British fleet at Cyprus inspired him with an interest in antiquarian topography. In , after travelling across the desert with the Turkish army to Egypt, he was, on the expulsion of the French, employed in surveying the valley of the Nile as far as the cataracts; but having sailed with the ship engaged to convey the Elgin marbles from Athens to England, he lost all his maps and observations when the vessel foundered off Cerigo in Greece.
After his arrival in England he was sent out to survey the coast of Albania and the Morea, with the view of assisting the Turks against attacks of the French from Italy. He took advantage of this to form a valuable collection of coins and inscriptions and to explore ancient sites. In , during the war between Turkey and England, he was made prisoner at Salonica. Released the same year, he was sent on a diplomatic mission to Ali Pasha of Ioannina, whose confidence he completely won, and with who he remained for more than a year as British representative. In he retired from the army, in which he held the rank of colonel, devoting the remainder of his life to topographical and antiquarian studies.
He was admitted a Fellow of the Royal Society on 13 April The marbles he collected in Greece were presented to the British Museum. His bronzes, vases, gems and coins purchased by the University of Cambridge after his death, are now in the Fitzwilliam Museum. His Topography of Athens, the first attempt at a systematic treatment, long remained an authority.
Works: The topography of Athens: With some remarks on its antiquities ; Journal of a tour in Asia Minor, with comparative remarks on the ancient and modern geography of that country ; Travels in the Morea: With a map and plans , and a supplement, Peloponnesiaca ; Travels in Northern Greece Numismata Hellenica , followed by a supplement in Source:Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ] Denkwurdigkeiten III, p.
Source Wikipedia. Puillon-Boblaye, Emile. Recherches, p. Vues pittireques I, p. Frazer-Pausanias III, p. Potami, Kremastos.
Dodwell, Classical Tour II, p. After his death his private library stayed with his widow till it was bought in by the Catholic University of Leuven, to reconstruct its collections after they were destroyed by the Germans for a second time. Notice du ms. Henri Omont. Paris: H. Didier ; Toulouse: Ed. Privat, , XI p. Lauer and E. Hitzig t. Fougeres, Mantinee et L Arcadie orientale P. Lambros BCH I, tab. BCH p. Pausanias 11, 31, 8; 11, 32, 3. Peloponnesos, 11, p. XIII; pl.
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