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[Plate depicting caryatids]

From: Di Lucio Vitruuio Pollione De architectura libri dece, traducti de latino in vulgare affigurati, comentati, & con virando ordine insigniti: per il quale facilmente potrai trouare la multitudine de laibstrusi & reconditi vocabuli a li soi loci & in epsa ta

[Plate depicting caryatids]

From: Di Lucio Vitruuio Pollione De architectura libri dece, traducti de latino in vulgare affigurati, comentati, & con virando ordine insigniti: per il quale facilmente potrai trouare la multitudine de laibstrusi & reconditi vocabuli a li soi loci & in epsa ta

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Other Creator: Cesariano, Cesare, 1475-1543 Gallo, Antonio, d. 1509? Giovio, Benedetto, 1471-1545 Mauro, Bono, 16th cent Pirovano, Alvisio da Vitruvius Pollio
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Liber primus
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1 l.
41 cm.
b&w illustration
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Copy 1
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Object ID: 2047219
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