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Winckelmann-Museum Stendal Piranesi Antikenansichten und antike Topographie in Grafik und Aquarell Europäische Stadt- und Landschaftsansichten [WM-VI-b-c-271]

Neptuntempel in Paestum/ Ruine des Pronaos

Neptuntempel in Paestum/ Ruine des Pronaos (Winckelmann-Museum Stendal CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Winckelmann-Museum Stendal (CC BY-NC-SA)

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Bezeichnet: A.B. VUE DES RESTES INTERIEURS D’UN DES PRONAOS DU TEMPLE DE NEPTUNE QUI REGARDE DU CÒTÉ DE LA TERRE. C. Entrée à la Cell du Temple. Ses Mures en D. sont à present ruinés. F. Pilastres ou antes d‘une proportion plus svelte, et plus legere que l‘on voit dans le deux autres Facades G.H. Les deux rangs des Colonnes I qui sont dans les ruines de la Celle soutenoient autre fois le comble K de l‘édifice.
u.l.: Cav, Piranesi F.
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u.r.: Cav. Piranesi F.
o.l.: Planche XIII

Publiziert: Rom, 1778

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Platte: 50,4 x 68,5 cm

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