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The Resource Ancient masonry, : both in the theory and practice, demonstrating the useful rules of arithmetick, geometry, and architecture, in the proportions and orders of the most eminent masters of all nations, viz. Vitruvius, Bramante, Julio Romano, Michael Angelo, Carlo Cesare Osio, Andrea Palladio, Vincent Scamozzi, M. J. Barozzio of Vignola, Sebastian Serlio, Daniel Barbaro, L. B. Alberti, P. Cataneo, P. de Lorme, Viola, J. Bullant, Julian Mau-Clerc, J. Berain, Sebastian le Clerc, Claude Perault, Inigo Jones, Sir Christoph. Wren, &c. &c. &c. And also of the Cariatides, Persians, French, Spanish, and English. Together with Their most valuable designs for Temples, Triumphal Arches, Portico's, Colonades, Piazza's, Arcades, Frontispieces, Gates and Doors, Windows, Niches, Entablatures, Pediments, Capitals, Festoons, Trophies, Ballusters, Balconies, Ballustrades, Cieling-Pieces, Chimney-Pieces, Floors, Pavements, Arches, Groins, Stair-Cases, Roofs, Obelisques, Ornaments, &c. The Whole interspersed with Critical Remarks and Observations on each Master, Illustrated by above Three Thousand Examples, engraved on four hundred and ninety four large folio copper plates. With a Dictionarial Index, explaining the Term of Art used herein. By B. Langley, (electronic resource)

Ancient masonry, : both in the theory and practice, demonstrating the useful rules of arithmetick, geometry, and architecture, in the proportions and orders of the most eminent masters of all nations, viz. Vitruvius, Bramante, Julio Romano, Michael Angelo, Carlo Cesare Osio, Andrea Palladio, Vincent Scamozzi, M. J. Barozzio of Vignola, Sebastian Serlio, Daniel Barbaro, L. B. Alberti, P. Cataneo, P. de Lorme, Viola, J. Bullant, Julian Mau-Clerc, J. Berain, Sebastian le Clerc, Claude Perault, Inigo Jones, Sir Christoph. Wren, &c. &c. &c. And also of the Cariatides, Persians, French, Spanish, and English. Together with Their most valuable designs for Temples, Triumphal Arches, Portico's, Colonades, Piazza's, Arcades, Frontispieces, Gates and Doors, Windows, Niches, Entablatures, Pediments, Capitals, Festoons, Trophies, Ballusters, Balconies, Ballustrades, Cieling-Pieces, Chimney-Pieces, Floors, Pavements, Arches, Groins, Stair-Cases, Roofs, Obelisques, Ornaments, &c. The Whole interspersed with Critical Remarks and Observations on each Master, Illustrated by above Three Thousand Examples, engraved on four hundred and ninety four large folio copper plates. With a Dictionarial Index, explaining the Term of Art used herein. By B. Langley, (electronic resource)

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Ancient masonry, : both in the theory and practice, demonstrating the useful rules of arithmetick, geometry, and architecture, in the proportions and orders of the most eminent masters of all nations, viz. Vitruvius, Bramante, Julio Romano, Michael Angelo, Carlo Cesare Osio, Andrea Palladio, Vincent Scamozzi, M. J. Barozzio of Vignola, Sebastian Serlio, Daniel Barbaro, L. B. Alberti, P. Cataneo, P. de Lorme, Viola, J. Bullant, Julian Mau-Clerc, J. Berain, Sebastian le Clerc, Claude Perault, Inigo Jones, Sir Christoph. Wren, &c. &c. &c. And also of the Cariatides, Persians, French, Spanish, and English. Together with Their most valuable designs for Temples, Triumphal Arches, Portico's, Colonades, Piazza's, Arcades, Frontispieces, Gates and Doors, Windows, Niches, Entablatures, Pediments, Capitals, Festoons, Trophies, Ballusters, Balconies, Ballustrades, Cieling-Pieces, Chimney-Pieces, Floors, Pavements, Arches, Groins, Stair-Cases, Roofs, Obelisques, Ornaments, &c. The Whole interspersed with Critical Remarks and Observations on each Master, Illustrated by above Three Thousand Examples, engraved on four hundred and ninety four large folio copper plates. With a Dictionarial Index, explaining the Term of Art used herein. By B. Langley
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Ancient masonry,
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both in the theory and practice, demonstrating the useful rules of arithmetick, geometry, and architecture, in the proportions and orders of the most eminent masters of all nations, viz. Vitruvius, Bramante, Julio Romano, Michael Angelo, Carlo Cesare Osio, Andrea Palladio, Vincent Scamozzi, M. J. Barozzio of Vignola, Sebastian Serlio, Daniel Barbaro, L. B. Alberti, P. Cataneo, P. de Lorme, Viola, J. Bullant, Julian Mau-Clerc, J. Berain, Sebastian le Clerc, Claude Perault, Inigo Jones, Sir Christoph. Wren, &c. &c. &c. And also of the Cariatides, Persians, French, Spanish, and English. Together with Their most valuable designs for Temples, Triumphal Arches, Portico's, Colonades, Piazza's, Arcades, Frontispieces, Gates and Doors, Windows, Niches, Entablatures, Pediments, Capitals, Festoons, Trophies, Ballusters, Balconies, Ballustrades, Cieling-Pieces, Chimney-Pieces, Floors, Pavements, Arches, Groins, Stair-Cases, Roofs, Obelisques, Ornaments, &c. The Whole interspersed with Critical Remarks and Observations on each Master, Illustrated by above Three Thousand Examples, engraved on four hundred and ninety four large folio copper plates. With a Dictionarial Index, explaining the Term of Art used herein. By B. Langley
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T21880
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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1696-1751
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Langley, Batty
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Masonry
  • Architecture
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Ancient masonry, : both in the theory and practice, demonstrating the useful rules of arithmetick, geometry, and architecture, in the proportions and orders of the most eminent masters of all nations, viz. Vitruvius, Bramante, Julio Romano, Michael Angelo, Carlo Cesare Osio, Andrea Palladio, Vincent Scamozzi, M. J. Barozzio of Vignola, Sebastian Serlio, Daniel Barbaro, L. B. Alberti, P. Cataneo, P. de Lorme, Viola, J. Bullant, Julian Mau-Clerc, J. Berain, Sebastian le Clerc, Claude Perault, Inigo Jones, Sir Christoph. Wren, &c. &c. &c. And also of the Cariatides, Persians, French, Spanish, and English. Together with Their most valuable designs for Temples, Triumphal Arches, Portico's, Colonades, Piazza's, Arcades, Frontispieces, Gates and Doors, Windows, Niches, Entablatures, Pediments, Capitals, Festoons, Trophies, Ballusters, Balconies, Ballustrades, Cieling-Pieces, Chimney-Pieces, Floors, Pavements, Arches, Groins, Stair-Cases, Roofs, Obelisques, Ornaments, &c. The Whole interspersed with Critical Remarks and Observations on each Master, Illustrated by above Three Thousand Examples, engraved on four hundred and ninety four large folio copper plates. With a Dictionarial Index, explaining the Term of Art used herein. By B. Langley, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Titlepage in red and black
  • The contents list only 466 plates
  • The final plate is numbered: CCCCLXXI
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT21880
Dimensions
20
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unknown
Extent
[4],xi,[23],3-434p.,plates
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electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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Ancient masonry, : both in the theory and practice, demonstrating the useful rules of arithmetick, geometry, and architecture, in the proportions and orders of the most eminent masters of all nations, viz. Vitruvius, Bramante, Julio Romano, Michael Angelo, Carlo Cesare Osio, Andrea Palladio, Vincent Scamozzi, M. J. Barozzio of Vignola, Sebastian Serlio, Daniel Barbaro, L. B. Alberti, P. Cataneo, P. de Lorme, Viola, J. Bullant, Julian Mau-Clerc, J. Berain, Sebastian le Clerc, Claude Perault, Inigo Jones, Sir Christoph. Wren, &c. &c. &c. And also of the Cariatides, Persians, French, Spanish, and English. Together with Their most valuable designs for Temples, Triumphal Arches, Portico's, Colonades, Piazza's, Arcades, Frontispieces, Gates and Doors, Windows, Niches, Entablatures, Pediments, Capitals, Festoons, Trophies, Ballusters, Balconies, Ballustrades, Cieling-Pieces, Chimney-Pieces, Floors, Pavements, Arches, Groins, Stair-Cases, Roofs, Obelisques, Ornaments, &c. The Whole interspersed with Critical Remarks and Observations on each Master, Illustrated by above Three Thousand Examples, engraved on four hundred and ninety four large folio copper plates. With a Dictionarial Index, explaining the Term of Art used herein. By B. Langley, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Titlepage in red and black
  • The contents list only 466 plates
  • The final plate is numbered: CCCCLXXI
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT21880
Dimensions
20
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],xi,[23],3-434p.,plates
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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