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Drawing of architectural elements with measurements of the Temple of Nike, the Propylaea and the Monument of Agrippa, at Athens. Top right: half the capital of the columns from the portico of the temple of Nike; top left: section of the cornice on the wall connecting the Propylaea with the Temple of Victory; centre right and bottom right: capital and base of the pillar from the Monument of Agrippa.
Pen and ink with grey wash on a sheet of paper stuck down on to a second sheet pasted into the volume.
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Height: 740 millimetres (volume)
Height: 374 millimetres
Width: 530 millimetres (volume)
Width: 260 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For a description of this album see 2013,5005.2.1
This drawing is a print study for an engraving in 'The Antiquities of Athens', (London, 1787) Vol. II, ch.V, pl.XI
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- 1800 (June)
- Greek and Roman
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