Carl Haller von Hallerstein

Born: 1774
Died: 1817
Architect, draughtsman and archaeologist. Studied in Stuttgart and Berlin (under D. Gilly); active in Berlin and Nuremberg; from 1810 to 1817 he surveyed remains of ancient buildings in Greece.
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Cockerell, C.R., R.A.   The Temples Of Jupiter Panhellenius At Ægina, And Of Apollo Epicurius At Bassæ Near Phigaleia In Arcadia. By C.R. Cockerell, Professor Of Architecture In The Royal Academy, Member Of The Institute Of British Architects, London; Honorary Doctor Of Civil Law, Oxford; Member Of The Dilettanti Society; Associated Member Of The Institute Of France, And Chevalier Of The Legion Of Honour; Member Of The Academy Of St. Luke In Rome; Foreign Member Of The Academies Of Munich, Copenhagen, Geneva, Etc., Etc., Etc. To Which Is Added A Memoir Of The Systems Of Proportion Employed In The Original Design Of These Structures. By William Watkiss Lloyd. - London: 1860.