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Sala all' uso degli antichi Romani.

Prima Parte di Architetture e Prospettive. [Title page]

Carceri d'invenzione. [Title Plate]

Vestiggi d' antichi edifici.

Ruine di Sepolcro antico.

The pier with a lamp.

Gruppo di colonne.

Tempio antico inventato.

Mausoleo antico.

The Gothic arch.

Ara antica.

The grand piazza.

Prisoners on a projecting platform.

Foro antico Romano.

The skeletons.

The staircase with trophies.

Carcere oscura.

Galleria grande di Statue.

The smoking fire.

The arch with a shell ornament

The round tower.

The giant wheel.

The pier with chains.

Gruppo di Scale.

Ponte magnifico.

Vestibolo d' antico Tempio.

The well.

Camera sepolcrale inventata.

The drawbridge.

Campidoglio antico.

The sawhorse.

Prospeto d' un regio Cortile.

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