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" ... less than that of the Pantheon. The height of the dome from the pavement to the base of the lantern is 405 ft.; from the pavement to the top of the cross outside, 448 ft. "
A handbook of Rome and its environs - Page 104
by John Murray (Firm) - 1871 - 498 pages
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Handbook for Travellers in Central Italy: Including the Papal States, Rome ...

John Murray (Firm) - Italy - 1843 - 568 pages
...which support the dome, is 232 feet. The diameter of the cupola, from the external walls, is 193 feet. The height of the dome, from the pavement to the base of the lantern, is 400 feet ; from the pavement to the top of the cross outside, 430 feet. According to these measurements,...
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A hand-book for travellers in central Italy: including the Papal states ...

John Murray (Firm), Octavian Blewitt - Italy - 1850 - 684 pages
...feet more than that of the Pantheon ; " " diameter of the interior of the cupola is 139 feet, 3 feet less than that of the Pantheon. The height of the...from the pavement to the base of the lantern is 405 feet ; from the pavement to the top of the cross outside, 434 feet. According to these measurements,...
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Handbook for travellers in central Italy [by O. Blewitt].

Octavian Blewitt, John Murray (publishers.) - 1853
...feet more than that of the Pantheon ; the diameter of the interior of the cupola is 139 feet, 3 feet less than that of the Pantheon. The height of the...from the pavement to the base of the lantern is 405 feet ; from the pavement to the top of the cross outside, 434J feet. According to these measurements,...
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Continental and oriental travels

John Brocklebank - 1865
...width in the walls 139 feet, three feet less than that of the Dome of the Pantheon. The height of this Dome, from the pavement to the base of the Lantern, is 405 feet, and to the top of the Cross outside, the height is 448 feet. Thus, St. Peter's, at Kome, exceeds...
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Triumphs of modern architecture [signed W.H.D.A.].

William Henry Davenport Adams - History - 1866
...the (Ionic. 253 0 Diameter of the cupola, exterior 195 6 The interior diameter of the cupola, 139 0 Height of the dome from the pavement to the base of the lantern, 406 0 Height from the pavement to the top of the cross outside 448 0 From these measurements it results...
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The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge, Volume 4

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1873
...33J ft, ; circumference of pillars which support the dome 253 ft. The cupola is 193 ft. in diameter. The height of the dome from the pavement to the base of the lantern is 405 ft., to the top of the cross 448 ft. The dome is encircled and strengthened by six bands of iron. A stairway...
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The American Cyclopaedia

1873
...33f ft. ; circumference of pillars which support the dome 253 ft. The cupola is 193 ft. in diameter. The height of the dome from the pavement to the base of the lantern is 405 ft., to the top of the cross 448 ft. The dome is encircled and strengthened by six bands of iron. A stairway...
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A Journey to Egypt and the Holy Land, in 1869-1870

Henry Martyn Harman - Middle East - 1873 - 319 pages
...high. A majestic dome rises over the intersection of the upright and the transverse parts of the cross. The height of the dome, from the pavement to the base of the lanterne, is four hundred and five feet; from the pavement to the top of the cross outside, four hundred...
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Europe Viewed Through American Spectacles

Charles Carroll Fulton - Europe - 1874 - 312 pages
...three hundred and seventy-nine feet long and one hundred and forty-eight and a half feet in height. The height of the dome from the pavement to the base of the lantern is four hundred and five feet, and to the top of the cross four hundred and forty-eight feet, or more...
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Europe Viewed Through American Spectacles

Charles Carroll Fulton - Europe - 1874 - 312 pages
...three hundred and seventy-nine feet long and one hundred and forty-eight and a half feet in height. The height of the dome from the pavement to the base of the lantern is four hundred and five feet, and to the top of the cross four hundred and forty-eight feet, or more...
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