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❴PDF / Epub❵ ★ The origins of museumsThe cabinet of curiosities in sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe Author Olivier Impey – Xakers.pro A reprint of the original 1985 edition with updated photographs Thirty three essays from scholarly contributors on the evolution of collecting and how this lead to the formation of the modern museum OA reprint of the original 1985 edition with updated photographs Thirty three essays from scholarly contributors on the evolution of collecting and how this lead to the formation of the modern museum One of the first books to explore how collectors live with their objects a subject which has become increasingly studied and popular History Today carried a feature in 2015 describing The Origin of Museums as a cult book that spawned a new discipline in the history of collecting Indeed the first publication of this book in 1985 undoubtedly marked a propitious moment in the development of interest in what has since grown to be a dynamic subject area in its own right That an appetite for such matters was already there is confirmed by the fact that the first impression sold out within a few months a second impression a year or two later and the third in 1989 There was to be no further printing by the original publishers Oxford University Press However in 2001 a new edition appeared with a new publisher Demand again proved buoyant but within a few months the company failed; having operated on a print on demand basis it left behind it no unsold stock The Origins of Museums reverted to a scarce though much sought after volume With original copies now selling for hundreds if not thousands of pounds the Ashmolean is proud to make this important volume readily available again.

A reprint of the original 1985 edition with updated photographs Thirty three essays from scholarly contributors on the evolution of collecting and how this lead to the formation of the modern museum One of the first books to explore how collectors live with their objects a subject which has become increasingly studied and popular History Today carried a feature in 2015 describing The Origin of Museums as a cult book that spawned a new discipline in the history of collecting Indeed the first publication of this book in 1985 undoubtedly marked a propitious moment in the development of interest in what has since grown to be a dynamic subject area in its own right That an appetite for such matters was already there is confirmed by the fact that the first impression sold out within a few months a second impression a year or two later and the third in 1989 There was to be no further printing by the original publishers Oxford University Press However in 2001 a new edition appeared with a new publisher Demand again proved buoyant but within a few months the company failed; having operated on a print on demand basis it left behind it no unsold stock The Origins of Museums reverted to a scarce though much sought after volume With original copies now selling for hundreds if not thousands of pounds the Ashmolean is proud to make this important volume readily available again.

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