Entre cortesia e partilha científica: as moldagens arqueológicas oferecidas por Nery Delgado ao Museu Municipal da Figueira da Foz (1884)

Translated title of the contribution: Between courtesy and scientific sharing: the archaelogical casts offered by Nery Delgado to the Figueira da Foz Municipal Museum (1894)

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Abstract

This text discusses the meaning and value of a collection of plaster casts of archaeological artifacts collected by the members of the Geological
Commission, offered by Nery Delgado to the Figueira da Foz Municipal Museum upon its inauguration. Ordered to a moulder from the Lisbon Academy of Fine Arts, this collection was promptly incorporated by Santos Rocha into the museum’s exhibition representing the Neolithic industries of other Portuguese archaeological sites.
Translated title of the contributionBetween courtesy and scientific sharing: the archaelogical casts offered by Nery Delgado to the Figueira da Foz Municipal Museum (1894)
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationSantos Rocha, arqueologia e territórios da Figueira da Foz
EditorsAna Margarida Ferreira, Raquel Vilaça
Place of PublicationFigueira da Foz, Coimbra
PublisherMunicípio da Figueira da Foz/ Instituto de Arqueologia - Universidade de Coimbra
Pages62-75
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)978-989-8903-48-8
Publication statusPublished - 2021
EventColóquio Santos Rocha, Arqueologia e Territórios da Figueira da Foz - Figueira da Foz, Portugal
Duration: 21 Nov 201922 Nov 2019

Publication series

NameConimbriga. Anexos
Number7

Conference

ConferenceColóquio Santos Rocha, Arqueologia e Territórios da Figueira da Foz
Country/TerritoryPortugal
CityFigueira da Foz
Period21/11/1922/11/19

Keywords

  • Nery Delgado
  • Santos Rocha
  • Museu Santos Rocha
  • Figueira da Foz
  • Moldagens

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