View at Temple-oge [...] | Beranger, Gabriel (c.1729-1817)
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View at Temple-oge [...] | Beranger, Gabriel (c.1729-1817)


    • A view of a circular temple, standing on a high mound in a park area of Templeogue 'in the demesne of [Sir Charles] Domvile Esq'; the temple is depicted with stone pillars all round and a dome-shaped roof. A man and a woman, walking a dog can be seen in the foreground of the painting and in the background, a man climbs the earthen mound.


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  • Creation date:

    • 18th century
  • Period:

    • Second millenium AD
  • First issued:

    • 18th century
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    • Royal Irish Academy

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Longitude: "-6.27113, -8.0, -6.24889, -8.0, and -2.69531"
Latitude: "53.38046, 53.0, 53.33306, 53.33333, and 54.75844"
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