|Title||Veües de Rome Et Des Environs.|
|Imprint||A Paris: chez Mariette rüe St. Iacques a la Victoire, [ca.1700?]|
|Physical Description||Pl. [1-10] (incl. t.-pl.), 1-6, [17-22]; 290×382 mm. (Oblong)|
|Summary Note||No publication-date is carried either by the title-plate or any other plate.|
The plates are all views, with no plans or sections. They show a mixture of ancient, Renaissance and Baroque structures:  title-plate;  Place De St. Pierre;  Pont St. Ange;  Nouveau Capitole;  Arc de Septimius Severe;  Arc de Constantin;  Arc du Constantin et Colisee;  Colisée;  Termes de Diocletian;  Septizone; 1. Grotte d'Aquafarelle; 2. Mur dit Aquaduc proche la Porte St. Paul; 3. Colisée; 4. Colisée ou amphitheatre de Marcellus; 5. Palais maior; 6. Trophées de Marius; [17-21] Vigne Pamphile;  Fonteine de Tyvoli.
|Responsibility Note||The plates numbered 1-6 are signed as drawn by I. Asselin and engraved by Pérelle, except pl. 5, which is unsigned.|
Each numbered plate carries the publisher's imprint of Nicolas Langlois.
The sixteen unnumbered plates are all signed as made by Pérelle, except pl. [2, 4, 21], which are unsigned.
Each unnumbered plate carries the publisher's imprint - generally that of Mariette, but pl.  has that of N. Langlois.
|Subject||Architecture - Antiquities - Monuments - Italy - Rome - History|
Views - Vedute - 17th century
Pictorial works - 17th century
|References||N. Avel, 'Les Pérelle: graveurs de paysages du XVIIème siècle', in Bull. Soc. Hist. A. Fr. (1973), p. 143-53; N. Avel, Les Pérelle, paysages, catalogue [dissertation] (Paris, 1971).|
|Binding Note||20th-century half morocco, brown cloth-covered boards; spine lettered 'Veues Des Plus Beaux Bastimens De France. R.A.' Bound with one other.|
|Provenance||Acquired between 1769 and 1802. Recorded in RAA Library, Catalogue, 1802.|
|Contributors|| Pérelle, Gabriel, ca. 1604 - 1677, engraver|
Asselijn, Jan, ca. 1610-15 - 1652, draughtsman
Mariette, Jean, 1660 - 1742, publisher, bookseller
Langlois, Nicolas, the younger, ca.1670 - 1707, publisher
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