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.... Built Works (CONA facet)
........ <A> (14)
1. ............ Abbatiale Saint-Ouen
(abbey (monastery); Jean de Bayeux I (French architect and master builder and mason, died 1398); Alexandre de Berneval (French architect and master builder, ca. 1367-1441); Pierre Hardouin (French architect, active 1617-ca. 1630); Jean-Pierre Defrance (French architect, sculptor, and decorator, 1694-1768); Jean Baptiste Le Brument (French architect, 1736-1804); Jacques Théroulde (French architect and sculptor, active 1460-ca. 1502); Pierre Fain (French builder and mason, active 1501-1518); Pierre de Valence (French sculptor, architect, and cabinetmaker, died 1518); Henri Grégoire (French priest and revolutionary, 1750-1831); Charles Félix Maillet du Boullay (French architect, 1795-1866); constructed 14th-16th centuries; west facade, 1846-1851; Rouen (Haute-Normandie, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
2. ............ Abbaye de Jumièges
(abbey (monastery); unknown French architect, 11th century structure was built under William the Conquerer; ca. 1040-1067; enlarged in 1256, restored in 1573; destroyed in French Revolution; Jumièges (Haute-Normandie, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
3. ............ Abbey of San Gregorio
(abbey (monastery); reconstruction design by Antonio da Cremona (Italian printmaker, active ca. 1547-1550); first mentioned 806, re-built mid-15th century; Venice (Venezia, Veneto, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
4. ............ Abbotsford House
(country house; designed by William Atkinson, (British architect, ca. 1773-1839), and Edward Blore (British architect, 1787-1879); owned by Scott Walker (Scottish novelist and designer, 1777-1832),; constructed 1817-1819, 1822-1825; additions 1850-1855; Melrose (Scottish Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
5. ............ Accademia di San Luca
(academy (building); founded by Frederico Zuccaro (Italian painter and architect, 1540 or 1541-1609) and Cardinal Federico Borromeo (Italian archbishop and patron, 1564-1631); main facade designed by Pietro da Cortona (Italian draftsman and painter 1596-1669); founded in 1577; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
6. ............ Alampur temple complex
(building complex; various architects and artists; various dates)
7. ............ Al-Aqsa Mosque
(mosque (building); first built by Caliph ʻUmar ibn al-Khatṭṭāb (Islamic leader, died 644), rebuilt by Caliph ʻAbd al Malik ibn Marwaān (Islamic leader, 642-705) and completed by his son Caliph Walīd I (Islamic leader, died 715); ca. 705; Jerusalem (Yerushalayim, Yisra'el, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
8. ............ Amsterdamse Schouwburg
(theater (building); present day building from designs by Johannes Ludovicus Springer (Dutch architect, 1850-1915), with J. B. Springer (Dutch architect, active 1892), and Adolf Leonard van Gendt (Dutch architect, 1835-1901); first built 1637, present day building, 1892-1894)
9. ............ Arc de Triomphe
(triumphal arch (memorial arch); Design by Jean François Thérèse Chalgrin (French architect, 1739-1811), executed by Jean-Nicholas Huyot (French architect, 1780-1840) after Chalgrin's death, commissioned by Napoleon I, Emperor of the French (French emperor, 1769-1821) ; 1806-1836; Paris (Île-de-France, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
10. ............ Arc de Triomphe du Trône
(triumphal arch (memorial arch); based on designs by Charles Perrault (French architect, 1613-1688), built by Claude Perrault (French architect, physician, scientist, 1613-1688) ; begun 1670, demolished 1716)
11. ............ Arch of Septimius Severus
(triumphal arch (memorial arch); unknown Ancient Italian (architects); 203 CE; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
12. ............ Arcus Septimii Severi
(arch; unknown Ancient Roman (architect); erected 204 CE; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
13. ............ Attagudi (Siva temple)
(temple (building); patron: Ganapatideva; unknown Telingana; first quarter of 13th century CE; Kakatiya (Kakatiyas of Varangal))
14. ............ Atumashi Kyaung
(monastery (built complex); unknown Burmese (architects); built 1857, destroyed by fire 1890, rebuilt in late 20th century; Mandalay (Mandalay, Myanma, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))

........ <B> (11)
........ <C> (27)
........ <D> (11)
........ <E> (9)
........ <F> (5)
........ <G> (13)
........ <H> (8)
........ <J> (3)
........ <K> (6)
........ <L> (6)
........ <M> (8)
........ <N> (6)
........ <O> (3)
........ <P> (6)
........ <Q> (1)
........ <R> (9)
........ <S> (17)
........ <T> (8)
........ <U> (1)
........ <V> (3)
........ <W> (3)
........ <Y> (2)
........ <Z> (1)
.... Movable Works (CONA facet)
........ <1> (3)
........ <2> (1)
........ <8> (1)
........ <A> (301)
........ <B> (117)
........ <C> (193)
........ <D> (112)
........ <E> (90)
........ <F> (124)
........ <G> (104)
........ <H> (88)
........ <I> (66)
........ <J> (50)
........ <K> (37)
........ <L> (340)
........ <M> (150)
........ <N> (34)
........ <O> (50)
........ <P> (317)
........ <Q> (5)
........ <R> (70)
........ <S> (262)
........ <T> (353)
........ <U> (17)
........ <V> (75)
........ <W> (65)
........ <Y> (7)
........ <Z> (3)
.... Visual Surrogates (CONA facet)
........ <F> (1)
........ <R> (1)
........ <S> (1)
.... Conceptual Works (CONA facet)
........ <T> (1)
.... Unidentified Named Works (CONA facet)
........ <U> (2)

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