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.... Built Work (CONA facet)
........ <A> (5)
........ <B> (6)
........ <C> (10)
........ <D> (1)
........ <E> (3)
........ <F> (1)
........ <G> (6)
........ <H> (3)
........ <J> (2)
........ <K> (4)
........ <L> (3)
........ <M> (7)
........ <N> (5)
........ <O> (2)
........ <P> (3)
........ <Q> (1)
........ <R> (9)
1. ............ Raith House
(country house; design possibly attributed to James Smith (Scottish architect, ca. 1645-1731), built by Alexander Gavinlock Scottish stonemason and building craftsman, active ca. 1692-1696) and William Rowan (British architect, active ca. 1692-1696 in Fife), built for Alexander Melville, Lord Raith, interior remodelled by James Playfair (Scottish architect, 1755-1794) ; ca. 1692-1694, additions ca. 1785-1800; Kirkcaldy (Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
2. ............ Rajarajesvara temple
(temple (building); patron: Gunaga Vijayaditya; unknown Calukya/Chalukya (Early Andhra Karnata); second half of 9th century CE, Eastern Calukyas of Vengi period)
3. ............ Rajesvara-devalaya
(temple (building); unknown Telingana; second quarter of 13th century CE; Kakatiya (Kakatiyas of Varangal))
4. ............ Ramappa temple complex
(building complex; various; various dates)
5. ............ Ramesvara temple
(temple (building); patron: Vikramaditya V; unknown Calukya (Telingana); mid-11th century CE; Calukyas of Kalyana)
6. ............ Reddi gudi
(temple (building); unknown Telingana; First quarter of 13th century CE; Reddis of Recerla and Pillamari; Ghanpur (Andhra Pradesh, Bhārat, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
7. ............ Red Fort
(building complex; Ahmad Lahauri (Indian architect, ca.1580-1649), built by Shahjahan, Emperor of India (Mughal emperor, ca. 1592-1666) ; 1639-1648; Delhi (Delhi, Bhārat, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
8. ............ Rouen Cathedral
(cathedral (building); unknown French; completed 1063)
9. ............ Runied four-doored (Caturmukha) shrine
(shrine (structure); patron: Ganapatideva; unknown Telingana; first quarter of 13th century CE; Kakatiya (Kakatiyas of Varangal))

........ <S> (13)
........ <T> (6)
........ <U> (1)
........ <V> (3)
........ <W> (3)
........ <Y> (1)
........ <Z> (1)
.... Movable Work (CONA facet)
........ <1> (3)
........ <2> (1)
........ <8> (1)
........ <A> (126)
........ <B> (57)
........ <C> (82)
........ <D> (64)
........ <E> (43)
........ <F> (40)
........ <G> (25)
........ <H> (37)
........ <I> (38)
........ <J> (14)
........ <K> (21)
........ <L> (80)
........ <M> (59)
........ <N> (17)
........ <O> (15)
........ <P> (85)
........ <R> (26)
........ <S> (80)
........ <T> (111)
........ <U> (3)
........ <V> (29)
........ <W> (17)
........ <Y> (1)
........ <Z> (3)

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