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[Half title of text, vol. I, La Basse Egypte.]
[Inside cover and bookplate, vol. I, La Basse Egypte.]
[Portfolio cover, vol. I: La Basse Egypte.]
Plan and section of Villa Capra "La Rotonda," Vicenza, Italy
La vie et les paysages en Egypte [Title page of plates, vol. II.]
Veduta della vasta Fontana di Trevi anticamente detta l'Acqua Vergine.
Veduta del Romano Campidoglio con Scalinata che va' alla Chiesa d'Araceli.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Colonna Antonina.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta interna della Basilica di S. Pietro in Vaticano.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta del Ponte e Castello Sant' Angelo.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Teatro di Marcello.
Veduta della Basilica di S.ta Maria Maggiore con le due fabbriche laterali di detta basilica.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Colonna Trajana.
Tempj del Sole e della Luna, o come altri, d'Iside e Serapi in Campo Vaccino negli Orti di S. Francesca Romana.
Veduta dell' Arco di Costantino, e dell' Anfiteatro Flavio detto il Coloseo.
Spaccato interno della Basilica di S. Paolo fuori delle Mura.
Frontispiece Vedute di Roma disgnate ed incise da Giambattista Piranese architetto Ve(nez)iano. (Le Magnificenze di Roma)
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta del Sito, ov'era l'antico Foro Romano.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Obelisco Egizio.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta della Basilica di S. Giovanni Laterano.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta della Piazza del Popolo.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta del Porto di Ripetta.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta della Piazza di Monte Cavallo.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta del Sepolcro di Cajo Cestio.
Arco di Settimio Severo. Nel mezzo di questo passava l'antica Via Sacra che portava i Trionf.ti in Campid.o
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Le Magnificenze di Roma. [Title page]
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Tempio di Bacco.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Veduta della Piazza della Rotonda.
Veduta del Tempio della Fortuna virile. Oggi S. Maria Egizziaca delgi Armeni.
Templi Othmarshemiani orthographia, plate 11, opp. p. 495
The antiquities, natural history, ruins, and other curiosities of Egypt, Nubia and Thebes. Exemplified in near two hundred drawings taken on  the spot. By Frederic Lewis Norden.
Éclaircissemens sur l'inscription grecque du monument trouvé a Rosette, ... [Title page]
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.
Forced passage in to the second pyramid of Ghizeh [Jizah]. Discovered by G. Belzoni, 1818. (Pl. 11). Great Chamber in the second pyramid of Ghizeh [Jizah]. Discovered by G. Belzoni, 1818 (Pl. 12)
View of the ruins of Ombos [Kom Ombo] and adjacent country.
General view of the ruins of the Great Temple at Carnac [Karnak].
No.1,2,3. Plan and section of the tombs of the kings of Thebes; [4] Plan of a Greek church in the Island of Gulloe, S.C. Nubia; [5]Cassar el Haron; [6] Column from the ruins of Antinoe; [7] Temple of Ibsambul [Abu Sunbul]; [8] Temple of Berenice [Baranis]
View of the interior of the temple at Ybsambul [Abu Sumbul] in Nubia. Opened by G. Belzoni, 1818.
Title page
View of Ibrim (Pl. 27)[left]; Eleithia [el-Kab](Pl. 41)[right].
From the tomb of the kings at Thebes: discovered by G. Belzoni.
Bedouins camp.
View of the interior of the temple in the Isle of Philoe [Philae].
No. 1. Egyptian arch in Thebes; No. 2. Egyptian arch in Thebes; [No. 3. Animal mummies]: 1.Ibis, 2. Ape, 3. Fox, 4. Cat, 5. Ram, 6. Crocodile; 7. Bull.
Ruins of Ombos [Kom Ombo].
Description of the plates
From the tomb of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.
Mode in which the young Memnon's head, (now in the British Museum,) was removed by Belzoni.
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.
From the kings tombs in Thebes.
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.
From the tombs of kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.
Map of road to the Mountains of the Emeralds and Berenice on the Red Sea.
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.
The temple at Erments [Armant].
Topographical map of the valley of Biban el Malook [Biban el-Muluk], in which the tombs of the kings are situated.
Ruins of a wall near the temple at Offedina [Offelina, or Maharraqa], Nubia (Pl. 29) [top]; Arabac [Arabic] dance (Pl. 30) [bottom].
1. From the temple in Berenice [Baranis]; 2. Stations for the caravans? ; 3. Plan of the temple on the road to Berenice; 4. Greek fort... ; 5. Samaut; 6. Plan of the temple of Sakiet Minor; 7. Temple excavated in the rock in Sakiet Minor.
From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni. (Pl. 13). From the Great temple of Ybsambul [Abu Sunbul] (Pl. 14). From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni. (Pl. 15). Tablet  [?] (Pl. 16).
Overflowing of the Nile.
Temple on the road to Berenice [Baranis] on the Red Sea.
Entrance of the second pyramid of Ghizeh [Jîzah] discovered and opened by G. Belzoni, 2nd March 1818 (Pl. 9) [bottom] ;  Section of the pyramid (Pl. 10) [top].
City of Baccus [Bacchias] on the Lake Moeris [Birket Qarun].
Temple of Dakke [el-Dakka] in Nubia.
Exterior view of the two temples at Ybsambul [Abu Sunbul].
Section of the tomb of Samethis [Seti I] in Thebes. Discovered and opened by G. Belzoni, 1818. [Plan and colored section of the tomb].
Two seated figures and two-headed dog within a circle, over  bench decorated with figures and abstract elements.
Stone tower with three floors.
[Title page for "Six new plates"].
Description of the ruins of an ancient city, discovered near Palenque, in the kingdom of Guatamala, in Spanish America. . . [Title page].
Floor plan.
wo figures, one seated, one standing.
[Half title, vol. I.]
Monuments de l'Égypte et de la Nubie. [Added title page]
Supposed appearance of the court where Apis was exhibited in public.
Chase of the hippopotamus. The chasseur is accompanied by his children, an attendant throws a noose over the wounded animal.
Painted capitals of columns, and piece of coloured glass.
Patterns of Egyptian ceilings.
Title page, vol. 1
Arrival of some foreigners in Egypt. From Beni Hassan [Beni Hasan].
Egyptian villa. From the sculptures. Alabastron [Tell el-Amarna].
Remeses III returning with his prisoners.
Wine-presses.
Chiefs of four nations bringing tributes to the Egyptian king, Thothmes III.
Plan of the ruins of the city of Alabastron, near Tel el-Amarna [Tell el-Amarna].
An Egyptian party from a tomb at Thebes.
Bruce's harpers, Tomb of the Kings, Thebes.
Title page, vol. 2.
Fig. 1. Elevation of an Egyptian house, from the sculptures; Fig. 2. The supposed ground plan of the same.
Title page, Ser. 2, vol. 2. (A second series of the Manners and customs of the Ancient Egyptians.)
Pantheon. Re, or Ra.
Pantheon. Neith.
Great triad of Thebes: Amun, Maut & Khonso.
Pthah., Egypt
Pantheon. Athor.
Pantheon. A form of Pthah; Toré; Frog headed God; Frog headed Goddess.
Pantheon. The gods instructing the king in the use of the bow.
Neph, Kneph, Cnouphis; Saté.
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