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Title Erfindung des korinthischen Kapitells
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Architektur & Kapitell & Akanthus & Giebel
Author Charles Philippe Dieussart
Artist Amelung, Johann Georg (Drucker)
Lange (Kupferstecher)
Medium copper engraving on paper
Dimensions 34 x 23,9 cm
institution QS:P195,Q655507
Accession number df_tg_0008027
Source Deutsche Fotothek


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