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Ruins of the palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia

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Adam, Robert, 1728-1792
Ruins of the palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia
Printed for the author, 1764
iv, [7], 33 p., [54] leaves of plates : ill. ; 53 cm.

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Contents

[Front cover]

[Frontispiece] Plate I, p. Plate I

[Title page] Ruins of the palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia by R. Adam F.R.S F.S.A architect to the King and to the Queen printed for the author MDCCLXIIII, pp. [i] ff.

[Dedication] To the King, pp. [iii]-iv

Introduction, pp. [1]-4

List of subscribers

A description of the general plan of Dioclesian's palace as restored, explaining the manner of disposing the apartments in the houses of the ancients, pp. [5]-17

Explanation of the plates, pp. [unnumbered]-33

Plate II. General plan of the town and fortifications of Spalatro, shewing the situation of the ancient palace of the Emperor Dioclesian; also the great bay and harbour, the Lazaretto; the Mountain Margliano, the Fort of Grippe, the suburbs, and the adjacent grounds, p. Plate II

Plate III. View of the town of Spalatro from the east, p. [Plate III]

Plate IV. View of the town of Spalatro from the south west, p. Plate IV

Plate V. General plan of the palace as it now remains, p. Plate V

Plate VI. General plan of the palace restored, p. Plate VI

Plate VII. View of the Crypto Porticus, or the front towards the harbour, p. Plate VII

Plate VIII. Geometrical elevation of the Crypto Porticus, or south wall of the palace; and the elevation of the same wall as it now remains, p. Plate VIII

Plate IX. Elevation and profile of one arch of the Crypto Porticus, p. Plate IX

Plate X. Geometrical elevation of the Porta Aenea, or the east wall of the palace, p. Plate X

Plate XI. Geometrical elevation of the Porta Aurea, or north wall of the palace, p. Plate XI

Plate XII. View of the Porta Aurea, p. Plate XII

Plate XIII. Geometrical elevation of the Porta Aurea and Octagon Towers, p. Plate XIII

Plate XIV. Impost cornice and archivolt of the Porta Aurea, p. Plate XIV

Plate XV. Consoles which support the columns of the Porta Aurea, p. Plate XV

Plate XVI. Impost and archivolt of the upper niches of the Porta Aurea, p. Plate XVI

Plate XVII. View of the Porta Ferrea, p. Plate XVII

Plate XVIII. General section of the palace from south to north, pp. [unnumbered]-Plate XVIII

Plate XIX. General section of the palace from east to west, p. Plate XIX

Plate XX. View of the peristylium of the palace, p. Plate XX

Plate XXI. Elevation of the portico to the vestibulum, p. Plate XXI

Plate XXII. Order of the portico to the vestibulum, in the peristylium, p. Plate XXII

Plate XXIII. View of the inside of the vestibulum, p. Plate XXIII

Plate XXIV. Door of the vestibulum, p. Plate XXIV

Plate XXV. Part of the door of the vestibulum to a larger scale, p. Plate XXV

Plate XXVI. Plan of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXVI

[Plate XXVII.] [Side view of the Temple of Jupiter], p. Plate XXVII

Plate XXVIII. View of the entry to the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXVIII

Plate XXIX. Geometrical elevation of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXIX

Plate XXX. Exterior order of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXX

Plate XXXI. Door of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXXI

Plate XXXII. Part of the door of the temple to a larger scale, p. Plate XXXII

Plate XXXIII. View of the inside of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXXIII

Plate XXXIV. Geometrical section of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXXIV

Plate XXXV. First interior order of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXXV

Plate XXXVI. Second interior order of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXXVI

Plate XXXVII. Outside entablature at top of the Temple of Jupiter, impost and archivolt of the interior niches, p. Plate XXXVII

Plate XXXVIII. Bas relief which forms a frize in the inside of the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate XXXVIII and Plate XXXIX

Plate XXXIX. Other bas reliefs being part of the same frize, p. Plate XXXVIII and Plate XXXIX

Plate XL. Plan of the Temple of Aesculapius, p. Plate XL

Plate XLI. View of the Temple Aesculapius, p. Plate XLI

Plate XLII. Another view of the Temple of Aesculapius, p. Plate XLII

[Plate XLIII.] Lateral elevation of the Temple of Aesculapius

[Plate XLIV.] Section of the Temple of Aesculapius

Plate XLV. Door of the Temple of Aesculapius, p. Plate XLV

Plate XLVI. Part of the door of the temple to a larger scale, part of the soffit of the cornice, p. Plate XLVI

Plate XLVII. Exterior order of the Temple of Aesculapius, p. Plate XLVII

Plate XLVIII. Interior frize and cornice of the Temple of Aesculapius, soffit of the above frize and cornice, p. Plate XLVIII

Plate XLIX. Pannels of the arched cieling [sic] of the Temple of Aesculapius, capital and pilaster in the angle of the peristylium, p. Plate XLIX

Plate L. Exterior frize of the Temple of Aesculapius, p. Plate L and Plate LI

Plate LI. Bas reliefs of an urn near the Temple of Aesculapius, p. Plate L and Plate LI

Plate LII. Fragment of the architrave of a door to the Crypto Porticus, enriched moldings round the octagon towers, p. Plate LII and Plate LIII

Plate LIII. Fragment of the bas relief at Spalatro, p. Plate LII and Plate LIII

Plate LIV. Bas relief in the house of Count Jeremiah at Spalatro, p. Plate LIV, Plate LV, Plate LVI

Plate LV. View of the sphinx which was anciently in the Temple of Jupiter, p. Plate LIV, Plate LV, Plate LVI

Plate LVI. Another view of the same sphinx, p. Plate LIV, Plate LV, Plate LVI

Plate LVII. Bas relief of the Church of Saint Felix at Spalatro, p. Plate LVII, Plate LVIII, Plate LIX

Plate LVIII. Bas relief representing a combat with the centaurs, p. Plate LVII, Plate LVIII, Plate LIX

Plate LVIX. Bas relief found incrusted [sic] in the spire of the cathedral church, p. Plate LVII, Plate LVIII, Plate LIX

Plate LX. View of a sphinx with heiroglphicks, front view of the same sphinx, another view of the same sphinx, p. Plate LX

Plate LXI. View of the aqueduct which conveyed water from Salona to the palace, p. Plate LXI

[unnumbered plate]. Arca di Can Signorio

[unnumbered plate]. Arca di Can Martino

[unnumbered plate]. Antiqua urbis porta

[unnumbered plate]. Musei Veronensis prospectus et ichnographia

[unnumbered plate]. Portae dimidium, Portae vetustioris quod ibidem est reliquum

[unnumbered plate]. Maffei

[unnumbered plate]. Pompei

[unnumbered plate]. Verzi

[unnumbered plate]. Canossa

[unnumbered plate]. Beuilaqua

[unnumbered plate]. Pellegrini

[unnumbered plate]. Porta nuova

[unnumbered plate]. Porta del Palio per di fuori

[unnumbered plate]. Porta del Palio per di dentro

[unnumbered plate]. Fiera

[unnumbered plate]. Dogana, ingresso, loggie con li fondachi, pianta della dogana

[unnumbered plate]. Gaviorum Arcus

[unnumbered plate]. Capella in S. Bernadino

[unnumbered plate]. [untitled plate]

[Cover]


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