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Figure 1: Figure 1: "Nemroud." Lady's Newspaper [London, England] 26 Oct. 1850. © British Library Board. BL shelf mark: LON M66096

Figure 2: "The new British ambassador to Turkey". Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times [London, England] 21 Apr. 1877: 244. © British Library Board. BL shelf mark: LON M40498

Figure 3: Dedication to George III ('To George the Third, king of Britain, these remains of the magnificence of the Romans among the British are given, donated and dedicated with the greatest humility (by) Samuel Lysons')(Woodchester 1797. Volume in Special Collections of the University of Leicester published as Reliquiae IV). Photograph by Colin Brooks. Image courtesy of the Special Collections of the University of Leicester.

Figure 4: Fragments of painted stucco and figure of a bust found in the hypocaust (Bignor, Sussex). Drawn by Richard Smirke. (Reliquiae Britannico Romanae 1817, III, plate XXXII). Photograph by Colin Brooks. Image courtesy of the Special Collections of the University of Leicester.

Figure 5: Hand tinted engraving of 'Venus' from Bignor, drawn by Samuel Lysons and Richard Smirke (Reliquiae Britannico Romanae 1817, III, plate XIX). Photograph by Colin Brooks. Image courtesy of the Special Collections of the University of Leicester.

Figure 6: The Diana and bull sculpture. The reconstruction by John Flaxman (1755-1826) is illustrated alongside the original (Woodchester 1797, pl. XXXVIII. Volume in Special Collections of the University of Leicester published as Reliquiae IV). Photograph by Colin Brooks. Image courtesy of the Special Collections of the University of Leicester.


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