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Architecture
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T. BIBLIOGRAPHY

The following works may be consulted on the various departments of the subject:-

EGYPTIAN. – Denon, Voyage dans La Haute et Basse Egypte; F. C. Gau, Antiquités de la Nubie; K.R. Lepsius, Denkmäler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien; Aug. Mariette, Itineraire de la Haute-Egypte; Murray’s Handbook for Egypt; Prof. Piazzi Smyth, Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid; General Howard Vyse, Pyramids of Gizeh, illustrated by J. S. Perring; Sir J. Gardner Wilkinson, Ancient Egyptians, and Architecture of Ancient Egypt.

JEWISH. – L. Canina, L’Architettura Antica, vol.; J. Fergusson, articles in Smith’s Dictionary of Bible; Count M. de Vogue, Les Eglises de la Terre Sainte.

ASSYRIAN. – P. E. Botta, Monuments de Ninève; J. Fergusson, Palaces of Nineveh and Persopolis; A. H. Layard, Journey to Nineveh and its Remains; Victor Place, Ninève et l'Assyrie; C. J. Rich, Ruins of Babylon, and Journey to Persepolis.

PERSIAN. – L. Canina, Architettura Antica; E. Flandin and P. Coster, Voyage en Perse; W. K. Loftus, Chalaea and Susiana; H. B. Tristram, Land of Moab.

LYCIAN, &c. – L. Canina, Architettura Antica; Sir C. Fellows and G. Scharf, Travels in Asia Minor, and Discoveries in Ancient Lycia; C. T. Newton, Discoveries in the Levant; C. Texier, Description de l’Asie Mineure.

GRECIAN. – C. R. Cockerell, Temples of Egina and Bassae; Unedited Antiquities of Attica, and Ionian Antiquities, published by the Dilettanti Society; J. I. Hittorf, Architecture antique de la Sicile; Duke of Serradifalco, Antichità di Sicilia; Stuart and Revett, Antiquities of Athens; C. Texier, Asia Mineure; W. Wilkin, Antiquities of Magna Graecia.

ETRUSCAN. – L. Canina, L’Antica Etruria Maritima; G. Dennis, The Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria.

ROMAN. – G. A. Blouet, Baths of Caracalla; Canina, Architettura Antica; A. Desgodets, Les Edifices antiques de Rome; Sir W. Gell and J. P. Gandy, Pompeiana; F. Mazois, Palais de Scaurus; F. Mazois and F. C. Gau, Pompeii; A. Palladio, L’Antichità di Roma; G. L. Taylor and E. Cresy, Architectural Antiquities of Rome; Vogué, Syrie Centrale; R. Wood, Ruins of Palmyra and Balbec.

POINTED. – Various essays in Archaeologia; J. Britton, Cathedrals and Architectural Antiquities; C. L. Eastlake, History of the Gothic Revival; J.H. Parker, Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architecture; A. Pugin, Specimens and Examples of Gothic Architeture; T. Rickman, Styles of Gothic Architecture; G. E. Street, Gothic Architecture in Spain.

SARACENIC. – P. Coste, Les Arabes en Espagne, and Architecture Arabe de Caire; Owen Jones and Jules Goury, Plans, &c., of the Alhambra; Girault de Prangey, Monuments Arabes et Moresques.

CHINESE. – J. Fergusson, History of Architecture; Quatremère de Quincy, Dictionnaire Historique d’Architecture; W. Simpson, Lecture before R.I.B.A. 1873-4; Detached Essays of Arch. Pub. Society.

EARLY AMERICAN. – T. J. Hutchinson, Two Years in Peru; C. R. Markham, Travels in Peru; E. G. Squier’s Pamphlet (1870); J. L. Stephens and F. Catherwood, Incidents of Travel.


List of Plates accompanying this Article.

Plate VII. Egyptian. – Plan, section, and elevations of the temple of Apollinopolis Magna at Edfoo.

VIII. Grecian Doric. – Plans, elevations, and details of Octastyle temples.

IX. Grecian Doric. – Plan, elevations, and details of Hexastyle temples

X. Grecian Doric – Temple of Minerva Parthenon, Athens.

XI. Grecian Ionic. – Plan, elevation, and details of Ionic temples.

XII. Grecian Corinthian and Caryatic. – Choragic monument and Caryatic portico, Athens.

XIII. Mouldings and ornaments, Grecian and Roman.

XIV. Roman Corinthian. – Columns of temples.

XV. Roman. – Columns of Corinthian, Compsite, ionic and Doric orders.

XVI. Roman.- Various Roman buildings, to the same scale.

XVII. Roman. – Plans, elevations, and sections of Roman mansions. From Pompeii.

XVIII. Pointed. – Nave and choir of Lincoln Cathedral

XIX. fronts of York and Pisa Cathedrals.

XX. Elevation, plan, and details of Westminster Hall.

XXI. Farnese palace, Rome; Villa Giulia, near Rome; Villa Capra, near Bicenza.

XXII. Elevations of St Paul’s, London, and St. Peter’s, Rome.

XXIII. Flank elevations of St Paul’s and St Peter’s.

XXIV. Diagram showing the details of an order: the five Italo-Vitruvian orders.







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