Edward Falkener (1814 - 1896)
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Architect, architectural draughtsman, writer on ancient Greek and other architecture, in London, Cheshire (1866-75) and Camarthenshire (1875 onwards). In 1836 he became a student at the Royal Academy.
Born: 28 February 1814 in London
Died: 17 December 1896
Was the ceiling of the Parthenon flat or curved? Being the introduction to a proposed work on Greek Sculpture - London: 1859
A Description Of Some Important Theatres And Other Remains In Crete, From A MS. History Of Candia By Onorio Belli In 1586. Being A Supplement To The "Museum Of Classical Antiquities." By Edward Falkener. - London:: 
On The Hypæthron Of Greek Temples; A Paper Read Before The Archæological Society Of Berlin. Together With Some Observations In Reply To The Reviewers Of "Dædalus." By Edward Falkener. - London:: 1861.
Dædalus; Or, The Causes And Principles Of The Excellence Of Greek Sculpture. By Edward Falkener, Member Of The Academy Of Bologna, And Of The Archæological Institutes Of Rome And Berlin. - London:: 1860.