The Italian and European context of Neapolitan eighteenth-century antiquarianism

Salmeri, Giovanni
November 2007
Journal of the History of Collections;2007, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p263
Academic Journal
This section introduces a series of articles published within the issue, including one of Alain Schnapp on Neapolitan antiquarianism and another by Arturo Fittipaldi on the cultural policy of the Neapolitan Bourbons in the eighteenth century.


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