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Elgin marbles, from the Parthenon at Athens: exemplified by fifty etchings, selected from the most beautiful and least mutilated specimens in that collection; and accompanied with explanatory and critical remarks on the style, composition, and peculiar excellence of those transcendent relics of Grecian sculpture.

Author: Richard Lawrence
Publisher: London, Printed by T. Davison, and sold by the author 1818.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Lawrence
OCLC Number: 1408704
Description: viii, 67 pages 50 plates 32 x 40 cm
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