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.... Built Work (CONA facet)
........ <A> (3)
........ <B> (6)
........ <C> (7)
........ <D> (1)
........ <E> (3)
........ <G> (6)
........ <H> (3)
........ <K> (4)
........ <L> (3)
........ <M> (4)
........ <N> (5)
........ <O> (2)
........ <P> (3)
........ <R> (8)
........ <S> (10)
1. ............ Saint Andrews Castle
(castle (fortification); unknown architect, construction began under Bishop Roger, rebuilt under Bishop Walter Trail (Roman Catholic bishop, born before 1345, died 1401) and later by Archbishop John Hamilton (Roman Catholic archbishop, born 1510 or 1511, died 1571) ; ca. 1200; Saint Andrews (Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
2. ............ Saint Andrews Cathedral
(cathedral (building); unknown architect, founded by Bishop Arnold; founded 1160, constructed ca. 1160-1279; Saint Andrews (Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
3. ............ Saint Rule's Church
(church (building); Unknown architect, under Bishop Robert; constructed ca. 1070, additions 12th century, alterations ca. 1400-1500; Saint Andrews (Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
4. ............ Saint Salvator's College Chapel
(collegiate church; unknown architect, founded by James Kennedy (Scottish bishop, ca. 1408-1465), additions by James Craig (Scottish architect, 1744-1795) and Robert Matheson (British architect, 1808-1877), restoration by Reginald Fairlie (Scottish architect, 1833-1952) ; founded 1450, constructed 1450-1460, additions 1851 (tower parapet) and 1861-1863 (buttress pinnacles and tracery), renovated 1928-1931; Saint Andrews (Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
5. ............ San Lorenzo
(church (building); Brunelleschi, Filippo (Italian architect, sculptor, 1377-1446); completed after his death; begun 1421)
6. ............ Siva temple
(shrine (structure); patron: Ganapatideva; unknown Telingana; first quarter of 13th century CE; Kakatiya (Kakatiyas of Varangal))
7. ............ Somesvara temple
(temple (building); unknown Early Andhra Karnata; ca. 11th century CE)
8. ............ Spiral Jetty
(earthwork (sculpture); Robert Smithson (American, 1938-1973); April 1970; Great Salt Lake (Utah, United States, North and Central America, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
9. ............ Structure 33
(ruin; unknown Mayan, for King Yaxun Balam (Mayan ruler, flourished 752-770); completed by 770 CE (Late Classic Lowland Maya))
10. ............ Svayambhu-linga temple
(temple (building); patron: Ganapatideva; unknown Telingana; Mid 13th century CE; Kakatiya (Kakatiyas of Varangal))

........ <T> (6)
........ <U> (1)
........ <V> (3)
........ <W> (3)
........ <Y> (1)
.... Movable Work (CONA facet)
........ <1> (3)
........ <2> (1)
........ <8> (1)
........ <A> (121)
........ <B> (52)
........ <C> (79)
........ <D> (61)
........ <E> (42)
........ <F> (36)
........ <G> (24)
........ <H> (35)
........ <I> (36)
........ <J> (14)
........ <K> (21)
........ <L> (76)
........ <M> (57)
........ <N> (15)
........ <O> (15)
........ <P> (83)
........ <R> (25)
........ <S> (76)
........ <T> (102)
........ <U> (3)
........ <V> (28)
........ <W> (15)
........ <Y> (1)
........ <Z> (3)

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