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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-384

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380 DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES III -BRICK ARCHITECTURE Its earlier history in Egypt Assyria and Persia- Its use in Rome and its later development in North Germany and England IV -TIMBER ARCHITECTURE Records of its early forms copied in stone and its develop- ment in what is known as half-timber work in France Germany and England -FLEMISH AND DUTCH ARCHITECTURE The 16th and 17th century work in Belgium and Holland VI -NINETEENTH CENTURY ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND The Greek Gothic and Queen Anne revivals Fee Ā£1 1$ for the Course ART LECTURES Course of Lectures on the different Schools of Art in the National Gallery will be delivered in the Easter Term of 1890 by Mr Cosmo Monkhouse Syllabus of the Lectures will be ready by the end of the Michaelmas Term
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