Gothein, Marie Luise ; Wright, Walter Page [Editor]
A history of garden art (Band 1) — London , Toronto, 1928

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

The Editor and Publishers desire to draw attention to the fact that due acknowledgments of the permission
to use various copyright pictures are made in the lists of illustrations, where they are appended to the
appropriate subjects.

Part of the Rock Garden at Wisley, the Surrey Garden of the Royal Horticultural Society

—Looking up the Stream. (Photograph by courtesy of The Royal Horticultural Society) . Frontispiece

CHAPTER L ANCIENT EGYPT

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1. A Well-sweep in Ancient Egypt. (Wilkinson, The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, I.). 4

2. A Well-sweep in Modern Egypt. (Wilkinson, The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, I.). 4

3. Peasant doing Honour to a Sycomore Tree. (Maspero, Histoire ancienne des Peuples de UOrient) . 4

4. Monkeys helping to gather Figs, Beni-Hassan. (Lepsius, Monuments of Egypt, II.) ... 5

5. Gods painting the King's Name on the Yshit Tree, Thebes: Temple of Rameses II. (Lepsius,

Monuments of Egypt, III.) ............. 6

6. Wine Arbour of the Old Kingdom. With hieroglyphics. Sakhara, Grave of Ptah-hotep. (Paget and

Pirie, The Tomb of Ptah-hotep) ............ 7

7. A Round Vine Arbour, Beni-Hassan. (Lepsius, Monuments of Egypt, II.) ..... 8

8. Gardeners in the Vegetable Garden, Beni-Hassan. (Lepsius, Monuments of Egypt, II.) ... 8

9. A Vine Arbour and Vegetable Garden at El-Bersheh. (Newberry, El-Bersheh) .... 9

10. The Garden of the High Official of Amenhotep (Amenophis) III., Thebes. (Rosellini, Monumenti

Civili, II.) . . . . ♦ . . . . . . . » Inset 10-11

11. Visiting Scene in the Garden of a Villa at Thebes. (Erman, Egypt) ...... n

12. A Villa with Garden, Thebes. (Wilkinson, The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, I.) . 12

13. The Garden of Apoui, Thebes. (Maspero, Memoires publiees par les Membres de la Mission francaise au

Caire, V.) ............... 12

14. The Place of Merire the High Priest, El-Amarna. (Lepsius, Monuments of Egypt, III.) . . 13

15. Front Garden at the Palace of Amenhotep (Amenophis) IV., El-Amarna. (Maspero, Memoires

publiees par les Membres de la Mission francaise au Caire, V.) . ...... 15

16. A Painted Floor in the Palace of Amenhotep (Amenophis) IV. (From Professor Sir Flinders Petrie,

T el-el-Amarna) .............. 16

17. The Temple of Deir-el-Bakhari—A Reconstruction. (Naville, Deir-el-Bakhari, VI.) ... 17

18. Transport of Incense Trees from the Land of Punt. (Naville, Deir-el-Bakhari, III.) . . . 18

19. Incense Trees from the Land of Punt in the Temple of Deir-el-Bakhari. (Naville, Deir-el-

Bakhari, III.) .............. 19

20. Festival of the Dead in the Garden of Rekhmara. (Maspero, Memoires publiees par les Membres de la

Mission francaise au Caire, V.) ............ 20

21. A Little Garden at a Grave—a Stele at Cairo. (Erman, Egypt). ...... 21

22. Tomb of Osiris with Sacred Tamarisk. (Wilkinson, The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians) . 22

23. Food and Drink in the Tomb of the Dead. (From the papyrus of Ani in The Book of the Dead) . 22

24. Primitive Garden of the Dead—the Tomb of Renni. (J. J. Tylor and F. L. Griffith, The Tomb of Renni.

By permission of Mrs. Sydney Morse) .......... 23

25. A Primitive Garden of the Dead. (J. J. Tylor and F. L. Griffith, The Tomb of Paheri at El Kab. By per-

mission of Mrs. Sydney Morse) ............ 23

26. Flowers from the Floor of Amarna. (From Professor Sir Flinders Petrie, Tel-el-Amarna) . . 24

CHAPTER II. WESTERN ASIA IN ANCIENT TIMES

27. Primitive Drawings of Trees. (Rawlinson, Five Great Monarchies, I.) . . . . -30

28. A Primitive Drawing of a Sacred Tree. (Rawlinson, Five Great Monarchies, I.) . . .31

29. A Temple and Artificial Hill in a Park at Khorsabad. (Botta and Flandin, Monuments de Ninive) . 32

30. The Banqueting Hall of Sennacherib at Assur. (Mitteilungen der deutschen Orientgesellschaft, 1907,

No. 33) . ............. 33

31. A Garden surrounded by Water. (A. H. Layard, Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh) ... 34

32. A Hanging Garden. (A. H. Layard, Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh) ...... 35

33. Bagh-i-Takht—the Garden of the Throne at Shiraz. (Photograph, Herzfeld) . . . . 36

34. A Temple and Hanging Garden at Kuyundjik. (Rawlinson, Five Great Monarchies, I.) . . . 37
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