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Leon Battista Alberti: De Re Aedificatoria  wikidata:Q1077624 reasonator:Q1077624 s:la:Index:Alberti - De re aedificatoria, 1541.djvu
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De Re Aedificatoria
label QS:Les,"De re aedificatoria"
label QS:Lfr,"L'Art d'édifier"
label QS:Lid,"De re aedificatoria"
label QS:Leu,"De re aedificatoria"
label QS:Lnl,"De Re Aedificatoria"
label QS:Lru,"Десять книг о зодчестве"
label QS:Lpt,"De re aedificatoria"
label QS:Len,"De Re Aedificatoria"
label QS:Lit,"De re aedificatoria"
label QS:Lzh,"論建築"
Argentorati [Strasbourg] : excudebat M. Iacobus Cammerlander Moguntinus
Object type written work Edit this at Wikidata
Genre treatise Edit this at Wikidata
Signatures: [pi], A-Z, a-r, s
Language Latin
Date 1452 Edit this at Wikidata
Publication date 1485 Edit this at Wikidata
Place of creation Italy Edit this at Wikidata
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Paolo Monti - Serie fotografica (Italia, 1954) - BEIC 6340859.jpg Available in the BEIC digital library and uploaded in partnership with BEIC Foundation.

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