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Rock-cut tomb, Phellus: front elevation and section

RIBA65824
NOTES: The side elevation and plan of this tomb are shown in RIBA65825. This drawing was prepared for an unpublished plate in 'Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society of Dilettanti', vol. 5 (supplement to vol. 3, London, 1915)

Rock-cut tomb, Phellus: side elevation, plan and section of the facade

RIBA65825
NOTES: The front elevation and a section of this tomb are shown in RIBA65824. This drawing was prepared for an unpublished plate in 'Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society of Dilettanti', vol. 5 (supplement to vol. 3, London, 1915)

Two rock-cut tombs, Apirae (Aperlae?): elevations and sections of the facades

RIBA65826
NOTES: This drawing was prepared for an unpublished plate in 'Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society of Dilettanti', vol. 5 (supplement to vol. 3, London, 1915)

Rock-cut tomb at Syrrha (Andriace, later Cayagzi): front elevation and plan

RIBA65828
NOTES: This drawing was prepared for an unpublished plate in 'Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society of Dilettanti', vol. 5 (supplement to vol. 3, London, 1915)

Rock-cut tomb at Syrrha (Andriace, later Cayagzi): unfinished study of front elevation and plan

RIBA65832
NOTES: This drawing was prepared for an unpublished plate in 'Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society of Dilettanti', vol. 5 (supplement to vol. 3, London, 1915)

Entrance to an excavated hindu temple, Mauveleporam (Mahabalipuram)

RIBA70483
SOURCE: Thomas and William Daniell. Oriental scenery (London, 1816), vol. 2, part fifth, pl. II
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