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milar permission may be procured for Pompeii and Pactum.
Subscription-tickets for Pompeii (p. 113) are also to be had here.
The following is a sketch of the general arrangements:
(A room to the r. by the entrance contains casts, models,
photographs and copies of the objects in the museum, which are
sold at fixed prices. A catalogue of these articles may be pro¬
cured. Sticks and umbrellas deposited on the 1. side.)
Right Side: 1st and 3rd doors, ancient frescoes (p. 66); 2nd
door, through the court, inscriptions and several
large^ sculptures (p. 71); also Egyptian antiquities
(p. 71); opposite, ornamental paintings (p. 72).
Left Side: 1st door, the collection of bronzes (p. 68); 2nd
— 4th doors, ancient statues (p. 68).
Right Side: Medheval works of art (p. 72); beyond, ancient
crystal (p. 72); farther on, terra cottas (p. 72).
Left Side: Cumsean antiquities (p. 73).
C. Upper Floor.
Right Side: To the right, library of the papyri (p. 73); to
the left, engravings (p. 73); facing the entrance,
pictures (p. 73; Italian).
Immediately opp. : Library (p. 74).
Left Side: To the right, precious relics (p. 74); to the left,
coins (p. 75); to the left, Museum Santangelo
(p. 76); beyond, vases (p. 76); directly oppo¬
site, pictures (p. 77; Neapolitan and foreign);
beyond, small bronzes (p. 77).
The following letters indicate the origin of the different ob¬
jects: B. Borgia collection, C. Capua, C. A. amphitheatre of
Capua, Cu. Cuius, F. Farnese collection, H. Herculaneum,
L. Lucera, M. Mintunue, N. Naples, P. Pompeii. Pz. Pozzuoli,
The lower passage contains the following statues of the Far¬
nese collection: r., by the entrance, Alexander Severus. By the
stair-case, r. Flora; 1. Genius of the city of Rome. L., by the
entrance: a Melpomene from the theatre of Pompey at Rome,
owing to an erroneous conjecture restored as Urania. At each
of the two doors leading to the court 2-figures with toga; by
the stair-case 2 river-gods. On the stair-case above, 2 Venuses
from the theatre at Herculaneum. The 1st door to r. (the rooms
entered by the 2nd and 4th doors are not at present accessible)
leads to the
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