The ancient architecture of England including the orders during the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman eras; and under the reigns of Henry III. and Edward III. ... by Carter, John

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  • Architecture -- England,
  • England -- Antiquities

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ContributionsBritton, John, 1771-1857.
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Pagination2 v. in 1.
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