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Arch Fragment

Arch Fragment

Made in present-day France

Arch Fragment

Arch Fragment

Made in present-day France

Arch Fragment

Arch Fragment

Made in present-day France

Arch Fragment

Arch Fragment

Made in present-day France

Inhabited arches from BL Add 18424, f. 1

Inhabited arches from BL Add 18424, f. 1

Detail: three arches inhabited by hybrids and animals above the three text columns. Image taken from f. 1 of Halakhical works: ~Tashbetz~ by Samson ben Tzadoq (ff. 1-30v), ~Sefer ha-Terumah~ by Baruch ben Isaac... more

[Architectural plan and elevation of a bridge showing piers, arches, and columns]

[Architectural plan and elevation of a bridge showing piers, arches, a...

Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: L'architettvra di Leonbatista Alberti / tr. by Cosimo Bartoli. Firenze : Appresso L. Torrentino, 1550. Published in: The tradition of technology : Landmarks of Western... more

Three Arches
[Title page illustration for La pyrotechnie showing columns, arches, a huge fire emanating from a cauldron, cannons and cannon barrels of various sizes, as well as flaming cannon balls]

[Title page illustration for La pyrotechnie showing columns, arches, a...

Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: La pyrotechnie de Hanzelet Lorrain .... Pont a Mousson : par 1. & Gaspard Bernard, 1630, title page. Published in: The tradition of technology : Landmarks of Western t... more

The tomb of Ferdinand II at center in the background within the choir of the church, three arches in center foreground, Austrian coat of arms hung in center arch, from 'Ceremonies for the Funeral of Emperor Ferdinand II' (Funérailles de l'empereur Ferdinand II)

The tomb of Ferdinand II at center in the background within the choir ...

Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Group of columns which support two arches of a great courtyard . . . (Gruppo di Colonne, che regge due archi d'un grande Cortile . . . )

Group of columns which support two arches of a great courtyard . . . (...

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, Mogliano Veneto 1720–1778 Rome)