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The four books of architecture
Books printed for R. Ware, at the Bible and Sun on Ludgate-Hill.
To the right honourable Richard Earl of Burlington, etc.
The author's preface to the reader.
References to such places of the author, where his terms of art are by himself best explained, alphabetically disposed.
The first book of Andrea Palladio's architecture.
[The first book of architecture, fol. VIII - XXXIV.]
The second book of Andrea Palladio's architecture.
The second book of architecture [...] wherein the designs of several houses ordered by both within and out of the city are contained, and the designs of the ancient houses of the Greeks and Latins.
The third book of Andrea Palladio's architecture.
The third book of architecture [...] wherein the ways, bridges, piazzas, basilicas and xisti are treated of.
The fourth book of Andrea Palladio's architecture.
The fourth book of architecture [...] wherein the Ancient temples that are in Rome are described and figured, and some others that are in Italy and out of Italy.
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The four books of architecture / by Andrea Palladio ; literally translated from the original Italian by Isaac Ware
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