Welcome to the Classical Art Research Centre's databases
The Classical Art Research Centre databases are intended for anyone interested in researching the art of the ancient world.
The contents of the databases are subject to copyright. In many cases the Classical Art Research Centre does not hold the copyright on images and other content.
You must not reproduce these without permission from the copyright owners (often the museums in which objects are held).
Images are protected by watermarks.
Images under CARC's copyright, including images of Sir John Beazley's drawings and notebooks may be
used for all non-commercial purposes, providing that the source is acknowledged.
For further information including commercial requests please contact email@example.com.
We regret that we are not normally able to grant permission to publish or reproduce images on the databases.
You may continue to search the Classical Art Research Centre databases without logging in or if you want to preserve your Photograph Album for future sessions you may register and login to your account.
Please click here if you have not already registered for use of the database and would like to register now.
Please click here if you have already registered but have forgotten your password.
Need help? Check the Short Guide to Searching with the Classical Art Research Centre Databases
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For general queries about the databases please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to suggest additions or corrections to the Classical Art Research Centre Database, please contact Dr. Thomas Mannack
(Tel: +44 1865 278084)
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