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An history of the origin and establishment of Gothic architecture : comprehending also an account, from his own writings, of Caesar Caesarianus, the first professed commentator on Vitruvius, and of his translation of that author : an investigation of the principles and proportions of that style of architecture called the Gothic : and an inquiry into the mode of painting upon and staining glass, as practiced in the ecclesiastical structures of the Middle Ages /

Title:An history of the origin and establishment of Gothic architecture : comprehending also an account, from his own writings, of Caesar Caesarianus, the first professed commentator on Vitruvius, and of his translation of that author : an investigation of the principles and proportions of that style of architecture called the Gothic : and an inquiry into the mode of painting upon and staining glass, as practiced in the ecclesiastical structures of the Middle Ages /
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Note:London : Printed by S. Gosnell : Sold by J. Taylor, 1813
  
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Subject:Cesariano, Cesare, 1475-1543
Subject:Glass painting and staining
Subject:Church architecture
Subject:Architecture, Gothic
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