The Maussolleion at Halikarnossos. Reports of the Danish Archaeological Expedition to Bodrum 5. The Superstructure. Jysk Arkæologisk Selskabs Skrifter, 15. Kristian Jeppesen. 265 p., ill.
Contents: Preface. 1. Previous research 2. The Danish excavations 1970-77. 3. Materials and technicalities. 4. The Elder Pliny`s description of the Maussolleion NH 36.30-31, and its archaeological implications. 5. The foot unit used in the construction of the Maussolleion, and its metrological background. 6. The interior of the Maussolleion. 7. A survey of the most important recent finds and discoveries bearing on the reconstruction of the Maussolleion. 8. The quadriga and its pedestal (cat. A and B). 9. The periphery of the colonnade and its co-ordination with the coffers and the Chariot frieze. 10. The roof pyramid (cat. C). 11. The corner acroteria (cat. D). 12. The Lion Groups (cat. E). 13. The entablature (cat. F) 14. Columns and stylobate (cat. J). 15. The upper rear wall of the colonnade and the Chariot frieze (cat. H). 16. The sculpture bases of bluish limestone, a comparative analysis (cat. I and L). 17. The PTERON base (cat. I). 18. Ancestral portraits and other statuary set up in the PTERON (cat. I). 19. Podium cornice and Amazon frieze (cat. Ka-c). 20. The podium between the Amazon frieze and the upper Podium base (cat. Kd-e). 21. The upper Podium base of bluish limestone (cat. L). 22. The lower Podium base and its colossal sculpture groups (cat. M). 23. Crepidoma and euthynteria (cat. N). 24. The marble ceiling of the tomb chamber, and other addenda to vol. 4. 25. Epilogue. 26. Notes and registration numbers. 27. Bibliography. 28. Geoffrey Waywell: A catalogue of fragments of the free-standing sculptures from the Maussolleion at Halikarnassos in Bodrum Museum (with an appendix on statuary from the Maussolleion in other Turkish museums) .29. A catalogue of architectural members, friezes and free-standing sculptures incorporated in the reconstruction of the Maussolleion proposed in the present volume.