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Loose architectural drawings

Reference code
Loose architectural drawings
second half 19th century
Level of description
Scope and content
Pencil, ink and colour drawings of church and architectural plans.

Some drawings include notes and measurements.

Loose items include drawings of:
Plan of Church and Guildhall of Or San Michele, Florence
Front: Campanile of S. Mark, Venice (“No. 9”, “see notebk for foundn of pillars of Doge’s Pal.; Back: Publication clippings titled “The Academy” (Nov. 7, 1885)
Plans, sections, details and objects from Atrium Vestæ
Plans and sections of Atrium Vestæ (“No. 9, 10, 11, 15 and 16 on plan”)
Plan of the House of The Vestals, excavated 1883-4
Cross section of Atrium Vestæ, excavated 1883-4 (two versions)
Section of Praetorian Camp. Porta Principalis Dextra
Section and fragments of the base of the Millarium Aureum (“No.5”)
Section of Regia (“detail of No.37 on plan”)
Section of front of Rostra (“No. 3”)
Plan of Rostra and Graecostasis (“No.1”)
Section of front of Graecostasis (“No.4”)
Plan of the Forum Magnum and buildings (1884)
Ardea – Plan of the Citadel (“Archaeologia Vol XLIX by G. H. Parker”)
Elevation and section of Roman wall (“Archaeologia”)
Sections of Rostra and Graecostasis (“No.2”) (“Fig. 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 5, 6, 7, and 1”)
Middleton, John Henry (1846-1896), archaeologist and antiquary