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Page 33 from Baron Frederic de Portal’s Symbolic Colours: Their Significance in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and Modern Times, 1845.

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  • baron de Frédéric de Portal, An essay on symbolic colours, in antiquity–the middle ages–and modern times., J. Weale, 1845.
    [Bibtex]
    @Book{fredericdeportal1845,
      Title                    = {An essay on symbolic colours, in antiquity--the middle ages--and modern times.},
      Author                   = {Frédéric de Portal, baron de},
      Publisher                = {J. Weale},
      Year                     = {1845},
      Note                     = {2 p. l., iii, 32, 27, 36 p. col. front., col. pl. 30 cm. 
    "Originally translated for Mr. Weale's Quarterly papers on architecture"--Pref.
    With notes, by W.S. Inman.},
    
      Comment                  = {Full view: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/nnc1.ar00049697},
      Keywords                 = {symbolism of colors},
      Owner                    = {trismegisto},
      Timestamp                = {2015.11.02},
      Url                      = {http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008410872}
    }

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