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The Resource The antiquities of Constantinople. : With a description of its situation, the conveniencies of its port, its publick buildings, the statuary, sculpture, architecture, and other curiosities of that city. With cuts explaining the chief of them. In four books., Written originally in Latin by Petrus Gyllius a Byzantine historian. Now translated into English, and enlarged with an ancient description of the wards of that city, as they stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. With Pancirolus's notes thereupon. To which is added a large explanatory index. By John Ball, formerly of the C. C. C .Oxon. ..

The antiquities of Constantinople. : With a description of its situation, the conveniencies of its port, its publick buildings, the statuary, sculpture, architecture, and other curiosities of that city. With cuts explaining the chief of them. In four books., Written originally in Latin by Petrus Gyllius a Byzantine historian. Now translated into English, and enlarged with an ancient description of the wards of that city, as they stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. With Pancirolus's notes thereupon. To which is added a large explanatory index. By John Ball, formerly of the C. C. C .Oxon. ..

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The antiquities of Constantinople. : With a description of its situation, the conveniencies of its port, its publick buildings, the statuary, sculpture, architecture, and other curiosities of that city. With cuts explaining the chief of them. In four books.
Title
The antiquities of Constantinople.
Title remainder
With a description of its situation, the conveniencies of its port, its publick buildings, the statuary, sculpture, architecture, and other curiosities of that city. With cuts explaining the chief of them. In four books.
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Written originally in Latin by Petrus Gyllius a Byzantine historian. Now translated into English, and enlarged with an ancient description of the wards of that city, as they stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. With Pancirolus's notes thereupon. To which is added a large explanatory index. By John Ball, formerly of the C. C. C .Oxon. ..
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  • englat
  • eng
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PAU
Illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
  • plans
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The antiquities of Constantinople. : With a description of its situation, the conveniencies of its port, its publick buildings, the statuary, sculpture, architecture, and other curiosities of that city. With cuts explaining the chief of them. In four books., Written originally in Latin by Petrus Gyllius a Byzantine historian. Now translated into English, and enlarged with an ancient description of the wards of that city, as they stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. With Pancirolus's notes thereupon. To which is added a large explanatory index. By John Ball, formerly of the C. C. C .Oxon. ..
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Note
  • Signatures: pi1 A-U8 a-d8.
  • Engr. t. p
  • Some of the plates and maps are folded
  • "A description of the city of Constantinople, as it stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. Published from the Notitia utriusque imperii. With Pancirolus's notes" (63 p. at end) has special t. p
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
1 L., [16], 295, [9], 63 p.
Note
  • Imperfect copy: front is piece wanting
  • Clark Library copy: 9 p.l., 295, [9], 63 p.; front (port.) illus., plates, maps, plans; 21 cm.; bound in old sprinkled calf; armorial bookplate of Lord Lilford.
Other physical details
illus., front. (port.), 11 plates (incl. maps, plans)
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  • (OCoLC)04536698
  • ucoclc4536698
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The antiquities of Constantinople. : With a description of its situation, the conveniencies of its port, its publick buildings, the statuary, sculpture, architecture, and other curiosities of that city. With cuts explaining the chief of them. In four books., Written originally in Latin by Petrus Gyllius a Byzantine historian. Now translated into English, and enlarged with an ancient description of the wards of that city, as they stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. With Pancirolus's notes thereupon. To which is added a large explanatory index. By John Ball, formerly of the C. C. C .Oxon. ..
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: pi1 A-U8 a-d8.
  • Engr. t. p
  • Some of the plates and maps are folded
  • "A description of the city of Constantinople, as it stood in the reigns of Arcadius and Honorius. Published from the Notitia utriusque imperii. With Pancirolus's notes" (63 p. at end) has special t. p
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
1 L., [16], 295, [9], 63 p.
Note
  • Imperfect copy: front is piece wanting
  • Clark Library copy: 9 p.l., 295, [9], 63 p.; front (port.) illus., plates, maps, plans; 21 cm.; bound in old sprinkled calf; armorial bookplate of Lord Lilford.
Other physical details
illus., front. (port.), 11 plates (incl. maps, plans)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)04536698
  • ucoclc4536698

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