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Taking Place: Architecture and religious devotion in seventeenth-century Italy

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Taking Place : Architecture and religious devotion in seventeenth-century Italy. / Hills, Helen.

Companions to the History of Architecture. ed. / Harry Mallgrove; Alina Payne; Caroline van Eck; Sigrid De Jong; Martin Bressani; Christina Contandriopoulos; David Leatherbarrow; Alexander Eisenschmidt. Vol. Volume I: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture New York : Wiley-Blackwell, 2017. (Companions to the History of Architecture).

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Harvard

Hills, H 2017, Taking Place: Architecture and religious devotion in seventeenth-century Italy. in H Mallgrove, A Payne, C van Eck, S De Jong, M Bressani, C Contandriopoulos, D Leatherbarrow & A Eisenschmidt (eds), Companions to the History of Architecture. vol. Volume I: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture, Companions to the History of Architecture, Wiley-Blackwell, New York.

APA

Hills, H. (2017). Taking Place: Architecture and religious devotion in seventeenth-century Italy. In H. Mallgrove, A. Payne, C. van Eck, S. De Jong, M. Bressani, C. Contandriopoulos, D. Leatherbarrow, ... A. Eisenschmidt (Eds.), Companions to the History of Architecture (Vol. Volume I: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture). (Companions to the History of Architecture). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Vancouver

Hills H. Taking Place: Architecture and religious devotion in seventeenth-century Italy. In Mallgrove H, Payne A, van Eck C, De Jong S, Bressani M, Contandriopoulos C, Leatherbarrow D, Eisenschmidt A, editors, Companions to the History of Architecture. Vol. Volume I: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture. New York: Wiley-Blackwell. 2017. (Companions to the History of Architecture).

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Hills, Helen. / Taking Place : Architecture and religious devotion in seventeenth-century Italy. Companions to the History of Architecture. editor / Harry Mallgrove ; Alina Payne ; Caroline van Eck ; Sigrid De Jong ; Martin Bressani ; Christina Contandriopoulos ; David Leatherbarrow ; Alexander Eisenschmidt. Vol. Volume I: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture New York : Wiley-Blackwell, 2017. (Companions to the History of Architecture).

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