Drawings of Kamares Vases from the Kamares Cave
|Collection||BSA SPHS Image Collection|
|Reference No.||BSA SPHS 01/0003.A14|
|Description||The glass negative is a quarter plate size, a copy negative.|
|Dimensions||10.5 x 8 cm|
The Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies
|Collection event||Kamares Cave Excavation 1913|
|Scope and Content||Part of the collection of images of the British School at Athens excavations at Kamares Cave, Crete in 1913. The original description in the SPHS negative register reads: "Kamares vases BSA excavations 1913". The drawing was possibly done by R.M. Dawkins or J.P. Droop. Listed as a Colour Slide in the SPHS negative register (A series), but the negative is black and white.|
|Notes||Date based on the excavation date of the Kamares Cave and the publication of the image. The A series of negatives were created for colour slides produced from a colour drawings, but the extant negatives marked in the A series are black and white.
The image is duplicated in slide format in the Ashmolean Lantern Slide Teaching Collection, Oxford University, catalogue number XJ142 as "M.M. polychrome: daisy-vase, coloured slide". The Oxford colour slides were said to have been made using the Sanger Shepherd Process.
1913. BSA 19: pl. XI (top). Link to article
1913 JHS 33: Catalogue of Slides. 11.SPHS A.14. Link to article
1913 JHS 33: Catalogue of Slides. 59.SPHS A.14. Link to article