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46v (SM volume 39) Triumphal arch, Aversa


46v (SM volume 39) Triumphal arch, Aversa


(pen) S. Charles Borromeo in the Corso is one of / the finest Churches in Rome built by Honorio / Lunghi & Martin his son. / S. Agnes in the Piazza Navona is built / in the form of a Greek cross by Rinaldi; except / the frontispiece, Cupola & vestry wc were done by / Borromini. / St Andrew belongg to the Jesuits Noviciates / by Bernini & though small is beautiful / S. Andrea della Valle - by Carlo Maderni (Maderno) / & stands upon the ruins of Pompeys theatre. / (pencil) March 12. 1779 / Aversa abt 4 or 5 Miles / from Naples (with plan and elevation of a triumphal arch at Aversa



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