Sacred Architecture, Its Rise, Progress, and Present State: Embracing the Babylonian, Indian, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman Temples, --the Byzantine, Saxon, Lombard, Norman, and Italian Churches, with an Analytical Inquiry Into the Origin, Progress, and Perfection of the Gothic Churches in England ...
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