This collection of "marbles" (low-relief statuary) from various Greek temples and tombs in Asia Minor weas exhibited in the British Museum, courtesy of their owner, Charles Fellowes, and the British government, which paid for the shipping of the artefacts. The title "Xanthian Marbles" was somewhat misleading since the collection did not come exclusively from the region of Troy and the River Xanthus, but rather from Lycia, Lydia, Mysia, Bithynia, Phrygia, Pisidia, Pamphylia, and Caria. (Commentary signed "S. S.")
Text and scan by Philip V. Allingham.
(11 February 1843): 98.
Last modified 21 October 2006