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Studies of architectural details of the Porta Maggiore, Rome: profile and plan of the cornice

RIBA125480
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XII/2 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. The Porta Maggiore was built in 52 AD by Emperor Claudius and incorporated into the Aurelian walls under Emperor Aurelian.

Measured drawing of the Baptistery of Constantine, San Giovanni in Laterano, Rome: plan, profiles of bases and the cornice

RIBA125482
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XII/3 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. The baptistery was built by Constantine around 325 AD and was later remodelled by Pope Sixtus III. It was restored by Pope Hadrian III in 884 AD.

Measured drawing of the Arch of Jupiter Ammon, Verona: half elevation and details of the cornice and impost

RIBA125505
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XII/14 in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. This first century AD arch was built at the intersection of the Corso Borsari and the Via Quattro Spade but has now been demolished.

Studies of architectural details: an antique cornice drawn in perspective

RIBA125546
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XIV/2 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Design for a cornice: perspective

RIBA125596
Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XVI/6 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Drawings of five cornices and a profile

RIBA125690
Androuet du Cerceau, Jacques (fl. 1549-1584)
NOTES: All the drawings except the bottom one are taken directly or in part from ff.119v and 120r in the album of ÔÇÿArchitectural and other designsÔÇÖ by Jacques I Androuet du Cerceau (B3 025 A06) in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.

Five details of cornices, perhaps for fireplaces

RIBA126415
NOTES: This is the recto of a folio which appears out of the numbered sequence, following f.133.
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