NOTES: Although a handwritten caption with the photograph identifies this as a bridge in tea gardens in Shanghai, the bridge appears to be outside the walls of the Old Town.
SOURCE: H. Etiennez. L'Italie a vol d'oiseau (Paris, 1849), pl. 7
SOURCE: H. Etiennez. L'Italie a vol d'oiseau (Paris, 1849), pl. 20
SOURCE: Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc. Entretiens sur l'architecture (Paris: A. Morel et Cie, 1864), Atlas, pl. 31
NOTES: Part of the Barbican complex, this museum overlooks the Roman city wall.
SOURCE: Matthias Dogen. Architectura militaris moderna (Amsterdam, 1647), after p. 96
SOURCE: John Sell Cotman. Specimens of Norman and Gothic architecture, in the County of Norfolk (Yarmouth, 1823?), pl. 50 NOTES: The gate was demolished in 1812.
SOURCE: Jean Gabriel Merigot. A select collection of views and ruins in Rome and its vicinity (London, c. 1820)