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Batty and Thomas Langley, "Gothick [sic] Temple," 1747

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Batty and Thomas Langley
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1747
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[[Title::"Gothick [sic] Temple"]]
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1747
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Gothic Architecture improved by rules and proportions. In many grand designs of columns, doors, windows, chimney-pieces, arcades, colonades, porticos, umbrellos, temples and pavillions &c. With plans, elevations and profiles; geometrically explained
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pl. 57
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National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
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Batty and Thomas Langley, "Gothick [sic] Temple," in Gothic Architecture improved by rules and proportions. In many grand designs of columns, doors, windows, chimney-pieces, arcades, colonades, porticos, umbrellos, temples and pavillions &c. With plans, elevations and profiles; geometrically explained (1747), pl. 57. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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