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ANGELL, Samuel (1800--1866)
[Sculptured metopes discovered amongst the ruins of the temples of the ancient city of Selinus. Prospectus]
Selinuntine sculptures. In January 1825, will be published, drawings of some very curious and interesting fragments of sculptured metopes, discovered amongst the ruined temples of the ancient Selinus, in Sicily; with plans and elevations of the two temples to which they belonged. Accompanied by a descriptive account and a general plan of Selinus.
London: [published by Priestley and Weale], G. Woodfall, printer, [1824].
[2] p.; 32.5 cm. (2°)

Drop-head title. Docket title: 'January 1825, Will Be Published, By Priestley And Weale, Selinuntine Sculptures. ...'. Soane subscribed to this work which was eventually published in 1826 (q.v.).

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on docket title No. 16.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6392


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