Pallazzo Romani, Padula Alphonse Bernoud Grellier
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Pallazzo Romani, Padula
View of the semi-derelict square three-storey building high in the town of Padula, Italy, illustrating the south-west quoin and barely-visible earthquake damage. Inscribed verso, in pencil "Villa Romani, Padula? 12 or 13 SW quoin ie looking NE". Partial ink inscription top right and numbered "213". Described in Mallet's 1862 Report, vol.1 pp.355-358. Collected by Robert Mallet.
Original: albumen print. 1857-1858
- Image reference: RS-8810
- The Royal Society
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