Michael Vickers

Ashmolean Antiquities

(with T. Wilson) “Sculpture from Sir Howard Colvin's collection“, The Ashmolean 57 (2009) 6-7.

“Charon's obols”, The Ashmolean 56 (2009) 5.

“Two Scythian elks from the Black Sea”, The Ashmolean 54 (2008) 6.

“Martin Robertson's Burgon drawing”, The Ashmolean 53 (2007) 10.

“The Arundel and Pomfret Marbles in Oxford”, Minerva November/December 2007, 29-32. View

“Oxford news”, Apollo July 2006, 19-20. View

“Le terrecotte di Cori: la prospettiva Oxoniense”, Archeologia Classica 57 (2006) 512-5.

“Le terrecotte di Cori: la prospettiva Oxoniense”, L'Acropoli (Cori) July 2006.

The Arundel and Pomfret Marbles at the Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 2006).

(with R.R.R. Smith), “A Roman priest from the eastern Mediterranean”, The Ashmolean 49 (2005) 5-6.

“Nelson's Greek pot?” The Ashmolean 49 (2005) 18-20 (reprinted in the Bulletin of the Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East: Notes and Queries 25 [Autumn 2005] 21-2). View

“‘A pillar of ye Temple of Apollo at Delphos’ and Winckelmann's columns from Delos in English gardens”, Reisen in den Orient vom 13. bis zum 19. Jahrhundert (Schriften der Winckelmann-Gesellschaft 26), (Stendal, 2007) 139-44.

Edited by E. Marin and M. Vickers, The Rise and Fall of a Roman Shrine: Roman Sculpture from the Augusteum at Narona (Split, 2004).

‘The rise and fall of an imperial shrine: Roman sculpture from the Augusteum at Narona’, The Ashmolean 47 (2004) 3-4.

“Margaret Evans in Gela, Sicily, in 1887”, The Ashmolean 46 (2004) 15-17.

‘“...at Terranova one gets more for one's money than at Rome”: Arthur and Margaret Evans in Gela, 1887-1896,’ in R. Panvini and F. Giudice (eds), TA ATTIKA, Veder Greco a Gela: ceramiche attiche figurate dall'antica colonia (Rome, 2004) 239-42.

“Homer, Cupid and Jesus”, Jesus College Record 2003, 62-3.

Scythian and Thracian Antiquities in Oxford (Oxford, 2002).

“Palagruža: the Isle of Diomedes”, The Ashmolean 42 (2002) 2-3.

“The Lucera bronzes, the view from Oxford”, in L. Pietropaolo (ed.), Sformate immagini di bronzo: Il Carello di Lucera tra VIII e VII secolo a.C. [Atti del Giorno di Studio, Settembre 2000] (Foggia, 2002) 67-78.

(with David Gill), “Laconian lead figurines: mineral extraction and exchange in the archaic Mediterrananean”, Annual of the British School at Athens 96 (2001) 229-36. View

“Livia goes home”, Jesus College Record 2001, 15-16.

“Livia Narona”, The Ashmolean 40 (2001) 9-10.

“Loan to Lucera”, The Ashmolean 39 (2000) 7-8.

“The Greek vases from Gela in Oxford: their place in history and the history of art”, Atti del Convegno Internazionale: I vasi attici ed altre ceramiche coeve in Sicilia 1990, in I vasi attici ed altre ceramiche coeve in Sicilia 1 (Catania 1996 [2000]) 181-9. View

“The jug in the quad”, The Ashmolean 37 (1999) 2.

“The Beazley Gallery”, The Ashmolean 35 (1998) 3.

“The Bothmer Gallery”, The Ashmolean 34 (1998) 6.

Ancient Greek Pottery (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1998).

“The Ashmolean: a fitting home for Canova's Ideal Head”, in K. Eustace (ed.), Canova's Ideal Heads (Oxford, 1997) 59-65.

“Cockerell, Hope and the Ashmolean chandelier”, The Ashmolean 32 (1997) 5-6.

“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone”, The Ashmolean 32 (1997) 13.

“The porphyry head of a Roman emperor”, The Ashmolean 28 (1995) 2.

(with David Gill), “Antiquities from the Lipari Islands in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford”, in: V. Giustolisi [ed.], Hièra (Palermo, Centro Documentazione e Ricerca Sicilia Antica “P. Orsi”, 1995) 223-34. View

“An Arundel marble rejoins the fold”, The Ashmolean 27 (1994) 3.

“Richard Hattatt: collector and benefactor”, The Ashmolean 25 (1993) 6-9.

The Ancient Romans (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1992).

“Acquisitions of Greek and Etruscan antiquities by the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1981-90”, Journal of Hellenic Studies 112 (1992) 246-8, pls 7-8.

“New classical galleries at the Ashmolean Museum”, Classical Association News 4 (1991) 10.

“The ‘Oxford Bust’”, The Ashmolean 20 (1991) 6-8.

“Arretine forgeries revealed”, The Ashmolean 18 (1990) 5.

“Thracian Treasures”, The Ashmolean 18 (1990) 6-8.

“Germanicus' Tomb”, The Ashmolean 15 (1988-89) 6-8.

“Lions and Peacocks”, The Ashmolean 13 (1987-88) 16.

“Skythische Grabfunde im Ashmolean Museum Oxford“, Antike Welt 18/4 (1987) 43-50.

“‘Mangled Statues’ from Pergamon? Zeus and Homer in Cupid's Gardens, Lambeth”, Country Life, November 13, 1986, 1542-3.

“The thunderbolt of Zeus: yet more fragments of the Pergamon Altar in the Arundel Collection“, American Journal of Archaeology 89 (1985) 516-9, pl. 60.

“Arundel's Homerus, or the Passage of Time”, The Ashmolean 6 (1984-5) 7.

“The Felix Gem in Oxford and Mantegna's triumphal programme”, Gazette des Beaux-Arts (March 1983) 97-104.

“Arthur Evans, Sicily and Greek vases in Oxford”, Apollo, 1983, 276-9.

“Recent acquisitions of Greek antiquities by the Ashmolean Museum”, Archäologischer Anzeiger (1981) 541-561.

“The changing face of Henry VIII”, Country Life, April 24, 1980, 1248-1249.

“Hollar and the Arundel Marbles”, Städel Jahrbuch n.s. 7 (1979) 126-132.

Scythian Treasures in Oxford (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1979).

Greek Vases (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1978; reprinted 1982, 1989).

“Some Early Iron Age bronzes from Macedonia”, Ancient Macedonia 2, Papers of the Second International Symposium, Thessaloniki 1973 (Thessaloniki, 1977) 17-31.

“Hollar and the Arundel Marbles”, Country Life, March 29 (1979) 916-917.

“Lord Arundel's Roman patronage: two ‘lost’ statues by Egidio Moretti rediscovered”, Apollo, 1979, 224-225.

(with A.A. Barrett) “The Oxford Brygos cup reconsidered”, Journal of Hellenic Studies 98 (1978) 17-24, pls. 1-2.

“An Ostrogothic bracelet with ‘Zangenornament’ in Oxford”, Archäologischer Anzeiger 1976, 278-280.

“Recent Museum acquisitions, Greek antiquities in Oxford”, Burlington Magazine 117 (1975) 381-393, figs. 67-94.

“Medieval jewellery from Xanthi in Oxford”, Balkan Studies 16 (1975) 7-10.

(with A.C. Brown and H.W. Catling) “Recent acquisitions by the Ashmolean Museum”, Archaeological Reports for 1974-75 (1975), 29-39.

“A dirty trick vase”, American Journal of Archaeology 79 (1975) 282, pl. 50. View

“A new cup by the Villa Giulia Painter in Oxford”, Journal of Hellenic Studies 94 (1974) 177-179, pls. 17-18.

“A note on glass medallions in Oxford”, Journal of Glass Studies 16 (1974) 18-21.

“A kottabos cup in Oxford”, American Journal of Archaeology 78 (1974) 158.

(with L.H. Jeffery) “Two more rattling cups?”, American Journal of Archaeology 78 (1974) 429-431, pl. 88. View

“An ex-rattling cup in Oxford”, American Journal of Archaeology 77 (1973) 196-197, pl. 40.

(with others) “Recent Museum acquisitions”, Burlington Magazine 114 (1972) 399-404.

“Some unpublished sherds from Naucratis in Dublin”, Journal of Hellenic Studies 92 (1971) 114-118, pls. 13-14.

“A note on a rattling Attic black glaze cup in Dublin”, Journal of Hellenic Studies 91 (1970) 199-201, pls. 4-5. View