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Alnwick Castle, Northumberland: the upper part of the gatehouse

RIBA14855
NOTES: The statues on the battlements are likely to date from the 18th century.

Somersby Grange, Lincolnshire: the north front

RIBA14931
NOTES: The house has been attributed to John Vanbrugh.

Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan

RIBA17768
Lugar, Robert (1773-1855)
SOURCE: Robert Lugar. Villa architecture (London, 1828), pl. 41 NOTES: The house was built in one year (1824-1825) for a family of ironmasters. It has been a museum and school since 1910.

Mamhead Park, Mamhead, Devon: the east front

RIBA18102
Salvin, Anthony (1799-1881)

Caerhays Castle, St Michael Caerhays, Cornwall

RIBA18111
Nash, John (1752-1835)

Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex: the great gateway

RIBA19591
SOURCE: A. Pugin and A. W. Pugin. Examples of Gothic Architecture (London, 1836), vol. II, Herstmonceaux Castle pl. 3

Warwick Castle: elevation, section and plans of Guy's Tower

RIBA19592
SOURCE: A. Pugin and A. W. Pugin. Examples of Gothic Architecture (London, 1836), vol. II, Guy's Tower pl. 1 NOTES: Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Warwick Castle became the seat of the Earl of Warwick from 1088. The original wooden castle was replaced by a fortified stone one in 1260. Guy's and Caesar's towers were added at the end of the 14th century. It continued to be used as a fortification until 1605, when it was converted into a country house by Sir Fulke Greville. Extensions and alterations continued to be carried out until the 19th century. In 1978 the castle was purchased by the Tussauds Group and converted into a tourist attraction.

Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset: elevation and section of the south-west turret

RIBA19594
SOURCE: A. Pugin and A. W. Pugin. Examples of Gothic Architecture (London, 1836), vol. II, Bishop's Palace, pl. 3

Design for a gatehouse

RIBA19681
Robinson, Peter Frederick (1776-1858)
SOURCE: P. F. Robinson. Designs for lodges and park entrances (London, 1833), pl. 33

Tomb of Caecilia Metella, Via Appia Antica, Rome

RIBA19700
SOURCE: Pietro Santi Bartoli. Gli Antichi sepolcri, ovvero mausolei romani, ed etruschi trovati in Roma, ed in altri luoghi celebri (Rome, 1768), pl. 36
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