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Perspective Practical. Or, A Plain and Easie Method of True and Lively Representing all Things to the Eye at a Distance, by the Exact Rules of Art
A New Book of Architecture, Wherein is represented fourty figures of gates and arches triumphant, composed of different inventions, according to the five orders of columnes. Viz. the Tuscane, Dorick, Ionick, Corinthian and Compositeconcerned in eminent building.
A New Treatise of Architecture, according to Vitruvius. Wherein is discoursed of the five orders of columns, viz. The Tuscan, Dorick, Ionick, Corinthian, and Composite.
The Mirror of Architecture or the Ground Rules of the Art of Building according to Vincenzo Scamozzi, with the Description and Use of a Joynt Rule by John Brown, Whereunto is Added a Compendium of the Art of Building
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Ogden Codman, Jr. (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1868–1951 Grégy-sur-Yerre)D 7.1(185)
BAL, I, #332; Fowler, 43-44, #54 (1686); Eileen Harris, British Architctural Books and Writers, 1990. 408-9, #801; RIBA, I, 119; Wing, B3778
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