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The Resource Some account of domestic architecture in England from Edward I. to Richard II. : with notices of foreign examples and numerous illustrations of existing remains from original drawings, by the editor of "The glossary of architecture."

Some account of domestic architecture in England from Edward I. to Richard II. : with notices of foreign examples and numerous illustrations of existing remains from original drawings, by the editor of "The glossary of architecture."

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Some account of domestic architecture in England from Edward I. to Richard II. : with notices of foreign examples and numerous illustrations of existing remains from original drawings
Title
Some account of domestic architecture in England from Edward I. to Richard II.
Title remainder
with notices of foreign examples and numerous illustrations of existing remains from original drawings
Statement of responsibility
by the editor of "The glossary of architecture."
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Columbia Univ.
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1806-1884
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Parker, John Henry
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plans
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
NA7328
LC item number
.T91
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Architecture, Domestic
Label
Some account of domestic architecture in England from Edward I. to Richard II. : with notices of foreign examples and numerous illustrations of existing remains from original drawings, by the editor of "The glossary of architecture."
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A continuation of T. H. Turner's "Some account of domestic architecture in England from the conquest to the end of the thirteenth century." 1851
  • Continued by John Henry Parker in his "Some account of domestic architecture in England from Richard II. to Henry VIII." 1850. 2 v
Control code
ocm04453242
Extent
[16], 352 p., [96] leaves of plates
Lccn
a 22000058
Other physical details
ill., plans ; 23 cm.
Label
Some account of domestic architecture in England from Edward I. to Richard II. : with notices of foreign examples and numerous illustrations of existing remains from original drawings, by the editor of "The glossary of architecture."
Publication
Note
  • A continuation of T. H. Turner's "Some account of domestic architecture in England from the conquest to the end of the thirteenth century." 1851
  • Continued by John Henry Parker in his "Some account of domestic architecture in England from Richard II. to Henry VIII." 1850. 2 v
Control code
ocm04453242
Extent
[16], 352 p., [96] leaves of plates
Lccn
a 22000058
Other physical details
ill., plans ; 23 cm.

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