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The Architectural Antiquities Architectural antiquities of Rome Rome; Measured And Delineated By G.L. Taylor And Edward Cresy, Architects, And Fellows Of The Society Of Antiquaries.
Vol. (II.) G.L. Taylor. RA Collection: Book Record number. The Royal Academy of Arts, located in the heart of London, is a place where art is made, exhibited and debated. Based on detailed measurements of Roman monuments by the authors assisted by the architect John Sanders (), who had been Soane's first pupil, and by his draughtsman William Purser junior (fl.
), Taylor and Cresy's work was intended as a Roman counterpart to Stuart and Revett's influential four-volume The antiquities of Athens,containing detailed shaded. Genre/Form: Illustrated works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taylor, George Ledwell, Architectural antiquities of Rome.
London, G.L. Taylor. This image is from a book The Architectural Antiquities Of Rome; Measured And Delineated By G.L. Taylor And Edward Cresy, Architects, And Fellows Of The Society Of Measured and delineated by G. L. Taylor and Edward Cresy. book. Taylor’s and Cresy’s equivalent measurements of the Temple of Castor and Pollux were 22 feet 3 inches 8 lines for the podium, and 61 feet 3 inches for the columns and entablature — a total of 83 feet 6 inches and 8 lines (Taylor and Cresy, Antiquities, 11, plate 85).
The principal difference in dimension between the two buildings, therefore, was the height of the columns and entablatures, Cited by: 2. George Ledwell Taylor, architectural antiquities of Rome Architectural Antiquities of Rome. Measured and delineated by G.L. Taylor and Edward Measured and delineated by G.
L. Taylor and Edward Cresy. book, architects and Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries.—2 vols.—London: G.L. Taylor, Very concise, easy-to-read book with an amazingly complete series of photographs, given that it's a small volume.
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