Exhibition Antique JewelryThe Marquis Campana Collection
from October 21, 2005 to January 16, 2006
Bracelet fin du IIIe-début IIe av. J.-C,
© E. Lessing/ Musée du Louvre
Comprising over 150 pieces, this ensemble was regarded as one of the largest and most varied private collections in existence at the time it was assembled. Today it is one of the Louvre’s most important collections of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities.
This exhibit was made possible by the support of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Roma (Italy).
Publication: Exhibition catalogue, Bijoux de l'Italie antique, la collection du marquis Campana, edited by Françoise Gaultier and Catherine Metzger. A Musée du Louvre Editions / 5 Continents coedition, 200 p., € 35.
Françoise Gaultier and Catherine Metzger, curators in the Department Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities of the Musée du Louvre
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