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The Sphinx and the pyramids of Chephren (Khafre) and Mycerinus (Menkaure), Giza

RIBA60267
NOTES: The Sphinx dates from c. 2550-2500 BC and the pyramids of Chephren (Khafre) and Mycerinus (Menkaure) from 2589-2530 BC.

Pyramid of Caius Cestius with the Porta San Paolo, Rome

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NOTES: This is the tomb of Caius Cestius Epulo, a member of the priests' council and a magistrate.

Classical composition of ruins in a landscape

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NOTES: This drawing is attributed to an 18th century Italian architect.

Proposal for a pyramid at a general metropolitan cemetery in the vicinity of Primrose Hill, London: elevation of the pyramid

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Willson, Thomas (b. 1780?)
SOURCE: Thomas Willson, The Pyramid, a general metropolitan cemetery to be erected in the vicinity of Primrose Hill (London, 1830), title page

Proposal for a pyramid at a general metropolitan cemetery in the vicinity of Primrose Hill, London: plan of the pyramid

RIBA93359
Willson, Thomas (b. 1780?)
SOURCE: Thomas Willson, The Pyramid, a general metropolitan cemetery to be erected in the vicinity of Primrose Hill (London, 1830), title page

Proposal for a pyramid at a general metropolitan cemetery in the vicinity of Primrose Hill, London: sections of the pyramid

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Willson, Thomas (b. 1780?)
SOURCE: Thomas Willson, The Pyramid, a general metropolitan cemetery to be erected in the vicinity of Primrose Hill (London, 1830), title page

Alternative designs for the Mausoleum, Blickling Hall, Blickling, in memory of the 2nd Earl of Buckinghamshire: section from south to north facing east

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Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: Bonomi's design was based on the tomb of Caius Cestius, Rome. The mausoleum as executed in 1796 was a slightly less austere pyramid without the rusticated plinth.

Album of theoretical designs: view of a mausoleum in the form of a pyramid

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Stevens, Edward (1744-1775)
NOTES: Perhaps a copy from a print of a design by a French architect. This drawing is found in an album which was formerly attributed to Sir William Chambers. It contains over 100 theoretical designs, mostly by Edward Stevens but with some by John Yenn and some from the office of William Chambers. Stevens was a pupil of Chambers from 1760 to 1766. The drawings in the album date from between 1762 and 1777.
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