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" But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among all known orders of architecture, is the execution of their mosaic relievos — very different from plain... "
Ancient America, in Notes on American Archaeology - Seite 117
von John Denison Baldwin - 1871 - 299 Seiten
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The Undeveloped West; Or, Five Years in the Territories: Being a Complete ...

John Hanson Beadle - 1873 - 823 Seiten
...remarkable in these monuments, which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among the orders of architecture, is the execution of their...stone surface, which made their union with it perfect. Their beauty can only be matched by the monuments of Greece and Rome in their best days." In the same...
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The Tehuantepec Inter-ocean Railroad: A Commercial and Statistical Review ...

Alexander Dwight Anderson - 1880 - 90 Seiten
...Greece." * * * "But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...ingenious combination and greater art and labor. They aro inlaid on the surface of the wall, and their duration is owing to the method of fixing the prepared...
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Appletons' Guide to Mexico: Including a Chapter on Guatemala : and an ...

Alfred Ronald Conkling - 1883 - 378 Seiten
...aclda : ' But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...surface, which made their union with it perfect.' ... " The general character of the architecture and masonry is much like that seen in the structures...
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Appletons' Guide to Mexico: Including a Chapter on Guatemala : and an ...

Alfred Ronald Conkling - 1884 - 378 Seiten
...adds : ' But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...surface, which made their union with it perfect.' . . . " The general character of the architecture and masonry is much like that seen in the structures...
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Mexico from the Material Stand-point: A Review of Its Mineral, Agricultural ...

Alexander Dwight Anderson - 1884 - 156 Seiten
...Greece." * * * "But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...stone surface which made their union with it perfect." 1 The justice of this tribute will readily be admitted by the reader if he will visit the Congressional...
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Mexico from the Material Stand-point: A Review of Its Mineral, Agricultural ...

Alexander Dwight Anderson - 1884 - 156 Seiten
...Greece." * * * "But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...into the stone surface which made their union with it perfect."1 The justice of this tribute will readily be admitted by the reader if he will visit the...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 24

1884
...what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments," he adds, " and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...of architecture, is the execution of their mosaic rilievos, very different from plain mosaic, and consequently requiring more ingenious combination and...
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The Divinity of the Book of Mormon: Proven by Archaeology. ...

Louise Palfrey - 1903 - 226 Seiten
...he adds, 'But what is most remarkable, interesting, and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them the first rank among...mosaic, and consequently requiring more ingenious oombination and greater art and labor.' "19 Charnay quotes a distinguished architect, Viollet-leDuc,...
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Terry's Mexico: Handbook for Travellers

Thomas Philip Terry - 1909 - 595 Seiten
...remarkable, interesting and striking in these monuments, and which alone would be sufficient to give them first rank among all known orders of architecture,...duration is owing to the method of fixing the prepared stone into stone surfaces, which made their union perfect. These ruins are remarkable among those of...
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