Hepple, L. W. (2001). `The museum in the garden':. Garden Hist 29 (2). Vol 29(2), pp. 109-120.

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`The museum in the garden':
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Subtitle:
displaying classical antiquities in Elizabethan and Jacobean England
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Garden Hist 29 (2)
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Garden History
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29 (2)
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Page Start/End:
109 - 120
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Examines the `museum garden', in which genuine classical antiquities were displayed, during the end of the sixteenth century and the early-seventeenth century. The paper looks in particular at the display of then-newly discovered and collected remains of the Roman occupation from sites in the British Isles.
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Leslie W Hepple
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2001
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Sixteenth Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Roman (MIDAS)
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04 May 2005