Iacobus Fergusson

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Iacobus, vulgo James Fergusson (natus die 22 Ianuarii 1808; mortuus die 9 Ianuarii 1886), Scotiae incola, in India praepositus officinae pigmenti Indici decem annos meruit historiamque architecturae eius regionis investigavit. Postea Britanniam reditus de architectura mundi scripsit.

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  • 1845 : The Rock-cut Temples of India
  • 1847 : An Essay on the Ancient Topography of Jerusalem
  • 1849 : An Historical Inquiry into the True Principles of Beauty in Art. Vol. 1
  • 1849 : An Essay on a Proposed New System of Fortification
  • 1851 : The Palaces of Nineveh and Persepolis Restored Textus
  • 1855 : The Illustrated Handbook of Architecture
  • 1860 : Notes on the Site of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem
  • 1862 : History of Modern Architecture
  • 1862 : The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
  • 1865 : The History of Architecture
  • 1868 : Tree and Serpent Worship
  • 1872 : Rude Stone Monuments in All Countries
  • 1876 : The History of Indian and Eastern Architecture
  • 1878 : The Temples of the Jews and the Other Buildings in the Haram Area at Jerusalem

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