Vol. 2 has title: A description of the chapel royal, called the Pantheon, or, burial place of the kings of Spain ...
|Statement||By George Thompson.|
|Contributions||Thompson, George, of York|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1.|
De los Santos describes in detail one of the most remarkable buildings in Europe: the Escurial combines in one structure a monastery, a palace, a basilica, a mausoleum for the Spanish royal family, a museum, and a school. A description of the royal palace: and monastery of St. Laurence, called the Escurial ; and of the Chapel Royal of the Pantheon. Translated From the Spanish of Frey Francisco de los Santos, Chaplain to his Majesty Philip the Fourth. Illustrated with copper-plates. By George Thompson, of York, Esq. Get this from a library! A description of the royal palace and monastery of St. Laurence, called the Escurial: and of the chapel royal of the Pantheon. [Andrés Ximenez; Tobias Müller; Wm Charron; Francis Patton; Samuel Wale; Charles Grignion; Edward Rooker; S Hooper; Dryden Leach; George Thompson, of York.; Charles Watson-Wentworth Rockingham, Marquis of]. This book is a description of the Royal Palace and Monastery of Saint Lorenzo, known also like the Escorial. This monument situates in a village near of Madrid and is one of the most important buildings of the Spanish Renaissance, built by the architect Juan de Herrera and in the mandate of the king Felipe II.
The Royal Monastery and Site of St Lawrence of the Escurial is the monument that symbolises the ideological and artistic expression that inspired and represented the Spanish Catholic Monarchy during the Golden Age, between the 16th and 17th centuries, as well as its permanence until the end of the Ancien Régime. Description of the royal palace, and monastery of St Laurence, called the Escurial. Francisco Santos. London, Expository notes, with practical observations on the four Holy Evangelists. William Burkitt. London, Free inquiry into the . Description of the royal palace, and monastery of St Laurence, called the Escurial. Francisco de los Santos. London, Strawberry Hill, Lower cover of a book. Memoirs of the revolution in Bengal anno Dom. William Watts. London, Memorials and letters relating to the history of Britain in the reign of James the First. British Armorial. A description of the royal palace, and monastery of St. Laurence, called the Escurial ; and of the Chapel Royal of the Pantheon. Translated from the Spanish of Frey Francisco de los Santos By George Thompson, of York, Esq.
San Lorenzo de El Escorial, also known as El Escorial de Arriba is a town and municipality in the Community of Madrid, Spain, located to the northwest of the region in the southeastern side of the Sierra de Guadarrama, at the foot of Mount Abantos and Las Machotas , 47 kilometres (29 mi) from is head of the eponymous judicial party. The settlement is popularly called El Country: Spain. A description of the royal palace, and monastery of St. Laurence, called the Escurial: and of the chapel royal of the Pantheon / translated from the Spanish of Frey Francisco de Los Santos by George Thompson., London: Printed by Dryden Leach for S. Hooper, Full text of "The Escorial: a historical and descriptive account of the Spanish royal palace, monastery and mausoleum" See other formats. Libraries Please note: Only sources with information about their libraries are listed. Description of the royal palace, and monastery of St Laurence, called the Escurial. Santos, Francisco de los. Annotations upon the first book of Moses, called Genesis. Ainsworth, Henry. Book of Common Prayer. Church of England.