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" Hindú architecture, no mention is made of any thing like a substitution of human figures for columns to support the entablature, but the shaft is directed to be adorned with the figures of demons and animals ; yet various examples are to be met with... "
Essay on the Architecture of the Hindús - Page 40
1834 - 64 pages
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Publications, Issue 35

Oriental Translation Fund - 1834
...Grecian; but the richness of the former may be said to be unrivalled. In the existing treatises on Hindú architecture, no mention is made of any thing like...HINDUS. 41 We now return to the ninth chapter of the Mánasára, which treats of villages and towns, and this being made to appear as belonging to architecture,...
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Loudon's Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

John Claudius Loudon - 1834
...to be unrivalled. "In the existing treatises on Hindu architecture, no mention is made of anything like a substitution of human figures for columns to...assert that it was derived from an Egyptian source." (p. 40.) For the forms and details of the different orders of Hindu columns, we must refer to the work...
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The Architectural Magazine, Volume 1

1834
...to be unrivalled. " In the existing treatises on Hindu architecture, no mention is made of anything like a substitution of human figures for columns to...assert that it was derived from an Egyptian source." (p. 40.) For the forms and details of the different orders of Hindu columns, we must refer to the work...
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