**Academie de la France a Rome: Rcstaurations des Monuments Antiques. (Restorations of Ancient Monuments.) Paris. 1877-90. Folding plates; viz.: Temple of Jupiter, Pan-Hellenic, at Ęgina. By C. Gamier. (Shows Greek coloring.) The Temples of Paestum. Restoration by H. Labrouste. Beautifully rendered and colored French drawings.

*Adler: Die Baudenkmalcr von Olympia. (Remains of Olympia.) Berlin, 1892. Text, one volume; atlas, 72 plates.

Beule: L Acropole d'Athenes. (The Acropolis of Athens.) Paris, 1853,

1854. Text; plans. Boetticher, A.: Die Akropolis von Athen. (The Acropolis of Athens). Berlin, 1888.

A.: Olympia; das Fest una seine Statte. (Olympia; the Festival and its Location.) Berlin, 1883. Illustrations; plates.

Carl, G. W.: Ueber den Parthenon zu Athen. (Concerning the Parthenon at Athens.) Zeitschrift fur Bauwesen, Volumes 2 and 3, colored illustrations. 1852, 1853.

C.: Die Tektonik der Hellenen. (The Technique of the Hellenes). Berlin, 1874. Text, 2 volumes in one; atlas, 45 folding plates

Brunn: Die Bildwerke des Parthenon. (The Pictures of the Parthenon.) Proceedings of the Royal Bavarian Academy of Sciences. Volume 2, pp. 3-50. 1874.

Burrow: The Elgin Marbles, with an abridged historical and topographical account of Athens. Volume 1. London, 1817.

Butler, H. C: Architecture and Other Arts. New York. Century Co., 1903. (Part II of the publications of an American archaeological expedition to Syria in 1899-1900.) Folding plates.

*Chipiez: Histoire Critique des Origines et de la Formation des Ordres Grecs. (Critical History of the Origin and Formation of the Greek Orders.) Paris. Illustrated. A standard but rather archaeological French work.

♦Cockerell: Temples .. at Egina . . . and Bassae, etc. London, 1860. Plates.

Collignon: Manual of Greek Archaeology. Translated by J. H. Wright. London. 1886. Illustrated. (The Fine Arts Library.) Cassell. 5 shillings.

*Durm: Die Baukunst der Griechen. (The Architecture of the Greeks.) Darmstadt, 1881. Plates. (Handbuch der Architektur. Part 2, Volume 1.) Many good illustrations.

Duruy: Die Akropolis von Athen. (The Acropolis of Athens.) Munich, 1895.

Evans and Fyfe: Mindan Palace of Knossos, Crete. (Journal, Royal Institute Brit ish Architects.) 1903.

Faure: Le Canon des Proportions en Architecture Grecque. (The Law of Proportions in Greek Architecture.) The Parthenon, or Temple of Minerva, at Athens. Paris, 1895.

Heuzey and Daumct: Mission Archaeologique de la MacCdoine. (Archaeological Mission of Macedonia.) Paris, 1876. Folding plates.

Hittorff and Zanth: Architecture Antique dc la Sidle. (Ancient Architecture of Sicily.) Paris. (1S27?) 48 folding plates. Inwood: Erechtheion. (The Erechtheum.) London, 1831. Folding plates. Koldewey and Puchstein: Die Griechischen Tempel in Unteritalien und Sici~ lien. (The Greek Temples in Lower Italy and Sicily.) Shows present condition of temples.

**Laloux: L Architecture Grecque. (Greek Architecture.) Paris, 1888. Illustrated. An exceptional collection of Classic details and restorations, all beautifully drawn and reproduced.

**Laloux and Monceaux: Restauration d' Olympie. (Restoration of Olym-pia.) Paris, 1889. Folding plates. Another work of similar character to the preceding, and of almost equal value.

Labrouste: See Academie.

Le Bas: Voyage Archceologique en Grece et en Asie Mineure (1842-44). (Archaeological Travels in Greece and Asia Minor.) Paris, 1888. Plates Bibliotheque des Monuments Figures Grecs et Romains. (Bibliography of the Greek and Roman Sculptured Monuments).

Magne: Le Parthenon. (The Parthenon.) Paris, 1895.

Michaells: Der Parthenon. (The Parthenon.) Leipzig, 1870. Text, 1 volume; folding plates, 1 volume.

Middleton: Plans and Drawings of Athenian Buildings. Edited by E. A.

Gardner. London, 1900. (Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.) Contains plates of Acropolis and Erechtheum. Murray, A„ S.: Handbook of Greek Archaeology. London, 1892. Illustrated with plates. Newton and Pullan: A History of Discoveries at Halicarnassus, Cnidus, and

Branchidce. London, 1862. Text, 2 volumes; atlas, 1 volume; folding plates. Omont (Editor): Athenes au XVIIe Siecle. (Athens in the 17th Century).

Designs of the sculptures of the Parthenon. Paris, 1898.

Pennethorne: The Geometry and Optics of Ancient Architecture. London, 1878. Folding plates.

Penrose: An Investigation of the Principles of Athenian Architecture. London, 1851. Plates. (Society of Dilettanti).

Perrot and Chipiez: Histoire de l Art dans l Antiquite. (History of Ancient Art.) Translation.

Serradifalco: Le Antichita della Sicilia. (The Architecture of Sicily.) Palermo, 1834-42. 5 volumes. Folding plates. (Show Greek coloring).

Society of Dilettanti: Antiquities of Ionia. London, 1797. 4 volumes. Folding plates.

Unedited Antiquities of Attica .. Eleusis, Rhamnus, Sunium, and Thoricus. London, 1817. 78 plates.

Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies: Publications.

**Stuart and Revett: Antiquities of Athens. London, 1762-1830. 5 volumes, folding plates. An old, standard work, with many good and valuable plates.

Texier: Asie Mineure. (Asia Minor.) Paris, 1839. 3 volumes, 241 folding plates.

Trowbridge: The Acropolis of Athens, 1887. The results of the latest explorations of the archaeological schools of Athens. New York, 1887.

**Watt, J. C.: Examples of Greek and Pompeiian Decoration.

Wilkins: Antiquities of Magna Groecia.

Greek Polychrome Fenger: Dorische Polychromie. (Doric Polycrome.) Berlin, 1886. Fyfe: Decorations at Knossos. In Journal, Royal Institute British Architects, volume 10, page 107, plates 1-2.

Hittorff: Restitution du Temple d' Empedocle a Selinonte; ou L'Architecture Polychrome chcz left Grecs. (Restoration of the Temple of Empcdocles at Selinus; or the Polychrome Architecture of the Greeks.) Paris, 1851. Text, 1 volume; atlas, 25 plates.

*Jones, Owen.: Grammar of Ornament. London, 1856. 3 volumes, folding plates. A well-known work of colored ornament in different styles and periods.

Lau: Greek Vases.

Reinach: Voyage Archceologique. (Archaeological Travels).

Zahn: Ornamente. (Ornament.) Plates.

Books on Roman Architecture Relating to the Orders

*Academie de la France a Rome: La Basilique Ulpienne. (The Ulpian Basilica.) La Colonne Trajanne (The Column of Trajan.) Rome. Le Temple de Marc-AurHe. (The Temple of Marcus Aurelius.) Le Temple de Vesta. (The Temple of Vesta.) Thermes de Diocletian. (Thermae, or Baths, of Diocletian).

Adam: Ruins of the Palace of Diocletian at Spalatro. (London, 1764.) Folding plates.

*Choisy: L'Art de Batir chez les Romains. (The Art of Building among the Romans.) Paris, 1873. Folding plates.

Desgodetz: Les Edifices Antiques de Rome. (The Ancient Buildings of Rome.) Rome, 1822, 1843. 4 volumes, 220 folding plates.

*Durm: Die Baukunst der Romer. (The Architecture of the Romans.) Darmstadt, 1885. Plates. (Handbuch der Architektur, Part 2, volume 2).

**d'Espouy: Fragments Antiques. (Ancient Fragments).

Lanciani: Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries. Boston, 1888.

Middleton, J. H.: The Remains of Ancient Rome. London, 1892. 2 volumes, illustrated.

**Palladio: Oeuvres Completes. (Complete Works.) Paris, 1842. 2 volumes, folding plates. The best of the Renaissance works upon the Classic Orders.

*Piranese: (Works containing brilliant engravings of ancient architecture.) Paris, 1835-39. 29 volumes (in 27), folding plates.

*Taylor and Cresy: The Architectural Antiquities of Rome Measured and Delineated. London, 1821-22. 2 volumes, 129 folding plates.

Vitruvius Pollio: Civil Architecture. London, 1812. Plates. The only Roman writer on architectural subjects whose works have been preserved. The illustrations all date from the Renaissance only. The great authority on the Orders, but of more historical than practical value.

Wood: The Ruins of Palmyra and Baalbec. London, 1827. Folding plates

A Study in Pen and Ink Rendering . For a different treatment of the same building see page 74, Vol. VII.

A Study in Pen and Ink Rendering-. For a different treatment of the same building see page 74, Vol. VII.