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The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Italy from the Time of Constantine to the Fifteenth Century; Vol. I

Author:
Henry Gally Knight (British, 1786–1846)
Illustrator:
Giulio Aliusetti (Italian, 19th century)
Illustrator:
Johann Michael Knapp (German, Stuttgart 1791–1861)
Illustrator:
George Belton Moore (British, 1805–1875 London)
Illustrator:
Domenico Quaglio II (German, Munich 1787–1837 Hohenschwangau, near Füssen)
Lithographer:
Thomas Talbot Bury (British, London 1811–1877 London)
Lithographer:
Owen Jones (British, London 1809–1874 London)
Printer:
Day & Haghe (London)
Publisher:
Published London by Henry G. Bohn
Date:
1843
Medium:
Illustrations: chromolithography and lithography with tint stones
Dimensions:
21 5/8 x 15 3/8 x 1 9/16 in. (55 x 39 x 4 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Administrative Fund, transferred from the Library (1991.1073.70(1))
Accession Number:
1991.1073.70(1)
Not on view
Abbey Travel.I.152.170; Brunet III.680; Graesse IV.32; RIBA p. 571; Univ.Cat.I.1005
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