The Ruins Of St Andrews Cathedral
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The Ruins of the Temple of the Sun at Baalbec, 1861 - David Roberts
The south front of the tower of Antwerp Cathedral - David Roberts
The Stone of Unction, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, March 30th 1839, plate 19 from Volume I of 'The Holy Land, engraved by Louis Haghe 1806-85 pub. 1842 - David Roberts
Aurungabad from the Ruins of Aurungzebes Palace - (after) Grindlay, Captain Robert M.
A Mediterranean Harbour Scene With A Dutch Man O' War At Anchor, With Orientals Conversing In The Foreground Beneath A Roman Triumphal Arch - (after) Abraham Storck
Design for Ruin Room of the monastery (now convent) of St. Trinita del Monte, Rome, c.1766 - Charles-Louis Clerisseau
An Italianate landscape with cattle among ancient ruins, a river and a waterfall beyond - (after) Philipp Peter Roos
A Capriccio Italianate Landscape With Travellers By Classical Ruins In The Foreground - Willem van, the Younger Nieulandt
Okehampton Castle, Devon, with cattle and a herdsman in the foreground - Thomas Girtin
A river valley senn trough a double rock arch - Annibale Carracci
Ancient Greece - William Pars
Figures among Ruins - Nicolas Antoine Taunay
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