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MARC Record view

001 $ 06/5748
003 $ UK-LoRAA
041 0 # $a lat
044 # # $a it
245 0 0 $a Arcus Trajano Dedicatus Beneventi Porta Aurea Dictus Sculpturis Et Mole Omnium Facile Princeps.
260 # # $a Romæ, $c M.DCC.XXXIX. $c [1739] $b Expensis Francisci de Ficoronis.
300 # # $a [1] f., [10] pl. (3 dble.); $c 395 mm.
505 0 # $a [T.p.] - [Plates].
508 # # $a The first plate is signed as engraved by Franciscus Mazzoni; the second and third, as engraved by Teresa dal Pó. The rest are unsigned.
520 2 # $a The work describes an example of one of the striking types of Roman architecture, the triumphal arch - in this case the arch built at Benevento ca. 114 A.D. as a monument to the emperor Trajan's military victories.

The first plate shows a view of the arch; the rest, details of the bas-reliefs.
561 # # $a The title-page is inscribed in pencil 'Bequest of P. Hoare Esqre GJ 1836'.
563 # # $a 19th-century half calf, brown cloth-covered boards; black morocco spine-label lettered 'Arcus Trajano &c.', spine lettered '1739'.
600 0 4 $a Trajan
653 # # $a Triumphal arches, Roman - Architecture, Roman - Public buildings - Monuments - Antiquities - Sculpture, Roman - Bas-reliefs - Outdoor sculpture - Public sculpture - Italy - Campania - Benevento - History - 2nd century
653 # # $a Rulers - Monarchs - Publicizing - Public relations - Italy - Campania - Benevento - History - 2nd century
655 # 0 $a Pictorial works - Italy - 18th century
700 1 # $a Ficoroni $e publisher
700 1 # $a Mazzoni $e engraver
700 0 # $a Teresa dal po $e engraver
700 1 # $a Hoare $e previous owner $e donor