Within each subject area, catalogues are ordered chronologically. Those publications marked with an asterisk (*) catalogue Hunterian material along with other collections. Some titles, cited in the Notes, are repeated in the Bibliography (see p. 166) for ease of reference. Numerous artworks and archaeological specimens have also been described in catalogues of temporary exhibitions and in published excavation reports over many decades.
Anatomy and Pathology
Fordyce, G., D. Pitcairn and W. Combe [sic] (1840), Catalogue of the Anatomica! Preparations in the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow.
Teacher, J. H. (1900), Catalogue of the Anatomica! and Pathological Preparations of Dr William Hunter in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow, 2 vols, Glasgow.
*Cleland, J. (1909), Catalogue of Crania in the Museum of the Anatomica! Department of the University ofGlasgow, Glasgow.
Marshall, A. J. and J. A. G. Burton (1962), Catalogue of the Pathological Preparations ofDr William Hunter [and others] in the Museum of the Pathology Department, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow.
Marshall, A. J. (1970), Catalogue of the Anatomica! Preparations of Dr William Hunter in the Museum ofthe Anatomy Department, from the original Catalogue prepared by Professor John Teacher, Glasgow.
University of Glasgow (1768; enlarged edn 1792), Monumenta Imperii Romani, Glasgow.
Macdonald, J. (1897), Tituli Hunteriani: an account of the Roman Stones in the Hunterian Museum, University ofGlasgow, Glasgow.
*Keppie, L. J. F. and B. J. Arnold (1984), Corpus Signorum Imperii Romani (Corpus of Sculpture ofthe Roman World), Great Britain, vol. 1, fasc. 4: Scotland, London.
McDowell, A. G. (1993), Hieratic Ostraca in the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow, Oxford.