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  • Versions of Rural Architecture by William Wordsworth 1619191Versions of Rural ArchitectureWilliam Wordsworth Versions of Rural Architecture include: "Rural
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  • Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan Book II 192250Ten Books on Architecture — Book IIVitruviusMorris Hicky
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  • Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan Book I 192249Ten Books on Architecture — Book IVitruviusMorris Hicky Morgan
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  • Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan 192246Ten Books on ArchitectureVitruviusMorris Hicky Morgan VITRUVIUS
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  • Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan Book III 192251Ten Books on Architecture — Book IIIVitruviusMorris Hicky
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  • French Architecture from the 11th to 16th Century by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, translated by Wikisource 42894Dictionary of French Architecture from the
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  • Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan Book IV 192252Ten Books on Architecture — Book IVVitruviusMorris Hicky
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  • of Architecture by John Ruskin Note 1391267The Seven Lamps of Architecture — NoteJohn Ruskin Page:Ruskin - The Seven Lamps of Architecture.djvu/26
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  • see Rural Architecture. Poems Volume I  (1815)  by William Wordsworth Rural Architecture 2008579Poems Volume I — Rural ArchitectureWilliam Wordsworth1815
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  • Industrial Housing (category Architecture)
    Layout 2 Industrial Housing  (1925)  by Andrew J. Thomas 1542936Industrial HousingAndrew J. Thomas1925 INDUSTRIAL HOUSING THE
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  • Rural Architecture. Lyrical ballads Volume II by William Wordsworth Rural Architecture 1619190Lyrical ballads Volume II — Rural ArchitectureWilliam
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  • The Country House (category Architecture)
    related portals: Architecture. From the journal, Friendly Contributions for 1842. Alexis de Chateauneuf was a well-known German Architect and Urban Planner
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  • Ten Books on Architecture by Vitruvius, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan Book I - Chapter III - The Departments of Architecture 192358Ten Books
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  • Bethlehem (as used in architecture) by Thomas Henry Poole 96025Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Bethlehem (as used in architecture)Thomas Henry Poole
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  • The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci (category Architecture)
    Volume 2 XI. The notes on Sculpture. XII. Architectural Designs. XIII. Theoretical writings on Architecture. XIV. Anatomy, Zoology and Physiology. XV
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  • Architecture from the 11th to 16th Century by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, translated by Wikisource Chevet 1634774Dictionary of French Architecture from
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  • Character of Renaissance Architecture by Charles Herbert Moore 1627704Character of Renaissance ArchitectureCharles Herbert Moore CHARACTER OF
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  • Arts and Crafts Essays (category Architecture)
    Arts and Crafts Essays  (1893)  by Members of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society 225229Arts and Crafts Essaysby Members of the Arts and Crafts
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  • Architecture. Prehistoric Structures. Egyptian Architecture. Jewish Architecture. Indian Architecture. Assyrian Architecture. Persian Architecture. Architecture
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Scotia (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about architecture)
    Britannica, Volume 24 — Scotia SCOTIA (Gr. σκοτία, shadow or darkness), in architecture, a concave moulding most commonly used in bases, which projects a deep
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