The Propylae of the Acropolis of Athens: Fig. I. The profile of the capital, on a larger scale. Fig. II. Section of the annulets and fluting, on a still larger scale. Fig. III. Section of the beams which supported the soffite. Fig. IV. A piece of external cornice, which perhaps was on the south side. Fig. V. Cornice on the east side of the temple.

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STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas

Title

The Propylae of the Acropolis of Athens: Fig. I. The profile of the capital, on a larger scale. Fig. II. Section of the annulets and fluting, on a still larger scale. Fig. III. Section of the beams which supported the soffite. Fig. IV. A piece of external cornice, which perhaps was on the south side. Fig. V. Cornice on the east side of the temple.

Alternative Title

Fig. I. The profile of the capital, on a larger scale. Fig. II. Section of the annulets and fluting, on a still larger scale. Fig. III. Section of the beams which supported the soffite. Fig. IV. A piece of external cornice, which perhaps was on the south side. Fig. V. Cornice on the east side of the temple.

Date

1787

Bibliographic Citation

STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas. The Antiquities of Athens measured and delineated by James Stuart F.R.S. and F.S.A. and Nicholas Revett painters and architects, vol. II, London, John Nichols, 1787.

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stuart_164

Table Of Contents

42

Spatial Coverage

Athens

Attica

Greece

Subject

Art and antiquities

Architecture and built environment

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STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas, “The Propylae of the Acropolis of Athens: Fig. I. The profile of the capital, on a larger scale. Fig. II. Section of the annulets and fluting, on a still larger scale. Fig. III. Section of the beams which supported the soffite. Fig. IV. A piece of external cornice, which perhaps was on the south side. Fig. V. Cornice on the east side of the temple.,” travelogues, accessed February 22, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/48172.