1 edition of Ancient Roman architecture : photographic index on microfiche found in the catalog.
Ancient Roman architecture : photographic index on microfiche
Includes 250 microfiche sheets. Vol. 2 has imprint: Rome : Fototeca Unione, 1982; subtitle: Photographic archive on microfiche.
|Statement||Fototeca Unione at the American Academy in Rome ; written and edited by Karin Bull-Simonsen Einaudi ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Bull-Simonsen Einaudi, Karin, Fototeca Unione|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
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OCLC Number: Notes: Microfiches in loose-leaf folder. At head of title: Fototeca Unione at the American Academy in Rome. "A reproduction of the photographic and bibliographic archive of Ancient Roman Architecture and Topography of the Fototeca Unione, part of the International Union of Institutes of Archaeology, History, and History of Art in Rome.".
Ancient Roman architecture: photographic index on microfiche. -- Munchen ; New York: K.G. Saur,c -- microfiches: all ill. ; 11 x 15 cm. LC Call Number: Microfiche (w) 83/ Microfiches and pamphlets contained in four-ring loose-leaf binders. On cover: Fototeca Unione photographic archive on microfiche.
In loose leaf container. Includes index. Description: 2 volumes ( microfiches): chiefly illustrations + printed guide: Contents: v. 1 Rome (47 microfiches). Italy (65 microfiches). Empire (29 microfiches) --v. 2 Empire (59 microfiches).
Pompeii (38 microfiches). Italy (22 microfiches). Fototeca Unione - Ancient Roman Architecture - Photographic Archive on Microfiche Volumes I and II This microfiche reference work, the largest collection of source material on ancient Roman architecture and topography available in any form consists of two volumes.
Index of ancient art and architecture: monuments of Greek and Roman cultural heritage in the photographic collection of the German Archaeological Institute in Rome = Index der antiken Kunst und Architektur: Denkmaler des griechisch-römischen Altertums in der Photosammlung des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Rom.
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