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.... Built Works (CONA facet)
........ <A> (19)
........ <B> (12)
........ <C> (31)
........ <D> (12)
........ <E> (10)
........ <F> (9)
........ <G> (14)
........ <H> (14)
........ <I> (3)
........ <J> (3)
........ <K> (6)
........ <L> (9)
........ <M> (22)
........ <N> (10)
........ <O> (8)
........ <P> (33)
........ <Q> (1)
........ <R> (12)
........ <S> (55)
........ <T> (32)
1. ............ Taj Mahal
(mausoleum; patron: Shah Jahan (Mogul emperor, born ca. 1592); principal designer: Ustad Ahmad Lahauri (Persian architect, 17th century), with Abd ul-Karim Ma'mur Khan, Makramat Khan, and others; construction began 1632; principal mausoleum was completed in 1648; Āgra (Uttar Pradesh, Bhārat, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
2. ............ Teatro alla Scala
(theatre (building); Pietro Marliani (Italian architect), Pietro Nosetti (Italian architect), Giuseppe Fé (Italian architect), Anton Maria Fé (Italian architect), Giuseppe Piermarini (Italian architect); 1776-1778; Milan (Milano, Lombardia, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
3. ............ Teatro della Pergola
(opera house; under the patronage of Cardinal Gian Carlo de' Medici (Italian cardinal, 1611-1663) ; designed by Ferdinando Tacca (Italian sculptor and scenographer, born 1619, died 1686 or 1690) ; built 1656-1718; remodelled 1855-1857; Florence (Firenze, Toscana, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
4. ............ Teatro di Marcello
(open air theater; begun by Julius Ceasar (Roman dictator, statesman, ca. 102-44); completed by Augustus (Roman emperor, 63 BCE-14 CE); completed in 13 BCE; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
5. ............ Teatro Mediceo
(theater (building); comissioned by Francesco I (Florentine noble, patron, 1541-1587); designed and later renovated by Bernardo Buontalenti (Florentine architect and painter, ca. 1531-1608); renovation commissioned by Grand Duke Ferdinando I (Italian noble, 1549-1609) ; 1576-1586; Florence (Firenze, Toscana, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
6. ............ Teatro Regio Torino
(theater (building); commissioned by Vittorio Amedeo II; first built by Filippo Juvarra (Italian architect and scenographer, 1678-1736, active in Italy and Spain); restoration by Calo Mollino (Italian architect and designer, 1905-1973) amd Marcello Rossi (Italian architect, contemporary); completed 1740, reconstruction 1973; Turin (Torino, Piemonte, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
7. ............ Temple of Amada
(temple (building); first constructed by Pharaoh Thutmose III (Ancient Egyptian king, died 1425 BCE); additions carried out by Amenhotep II (Ancient Egyptian king, died ca. 1400 BCE), Thutmose IV (Ancient Egyptian king, died ca. 1390 BCE), Ramses II (Egyptian king, active 13th century BCE), and Seti I (Ancient Egyptian king, reigned 1318-1304 BCE); 18th dynasty and 19th dynasty; Nubia (Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
8. ............ Temple of Artemis
(temple (building); first built by Croesus, King of Lydia (Lydian king, died ca. 546 BCE) ; firsy built ca. 550 BCE, rebuilt 356 BCE, completely destroyed by Goths 262 BCE)
9. ............ Temple of Confucius at Beijing
(temple (building); unknown Chinese ; ca. 1306; Beijing (Beijing Shi, Zhongguo, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
10. ............ Temple of Earth
(building complex; unknown architects; built by Ming Shizong, Emperor of China (Chinese emperor, 1507-1567) ; 1530; Beijing (Beijing Shi, Zhongguo, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
11. ............ Temple of Heaven
(temple (building); first built by Yongle (Chinese emperor and patron, 1360-1424); extended by Ming Shizong, Emperor of China (Chinese emperor, 1507-1567); renovated by Qianlong, Emperor of China (Chinese emperor, 1711-1799); construction 1406 to 1420; extended 16th century; Beijing (Beijing Shi, Zhongguo, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
12. ............ Temple of Hercules
(temple (building); unknown Ancient Roman ; late 2nd century BCE; Cori (Latina, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
13. ............ Temple of Horus
(temple (building); begun by Ptolemy III Euergetes, King of Egypt (Ancient Egyptian king, died 222 BCE); completed by Ptolemy XI Alexander II (Ancient Egyptian king, ca. 115 - 80 BCE) ; begun 237 BCE, completed 57 BCE; Idfū (Aswān, Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
14. ............ Temple of Isis
(temple (building); begun by Ptolemy II (Ancient Egyptian king, 309-246 BCE) ; late 2nd century BCE; Fīlah, Jazīrat (Aswān, Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
15. ............ Temple of Jerusalem (general building site)
(temples (buildings); various unknown Ancient Middle Eastern architects; from 957 BCE onwards; Temple Mount (Yerushalayim, Yerushalayim, Yisra'el, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
16. ............ Temple of Khonsu
(temple (building); originally built by Ramesses III (Egyptian king, died 1156 BCE); gateway built by Ptolemy III Euergetes (Ancient Egyptian king, died 222 BCE); hypostyle hall erected by Nectanebo I (Ancient Egyptian pharaoh, reigned 379 or 378–361 or 360 BCE); 1100 BCE; Luxor (Al Uqşur, Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
17. ............ Temple of Luxor
(temple (building); unknown Ancient Egyptian (architects); ca. 1400 BCE; Luxor (Al Uqşur, Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
18. ............ Temple of Sobek and Haroeris
(temple (building); begun by Ptolemy VI Philometor (180–145 BC); additions by other Ptolemys, most notably Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator (Ancient Macedonian king of Egypt, 62 or 61- ca. 47 BCE) ; built during Ptolemaic dynasty, 180–47 BCE; Kawm Umbū (Aswān, Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
19. ............ Templo Mayor
(temple (building); unknown Aztec architects; first temple after 1325, rebuilt 6 times; destroyed by the Spanish in 1521; Mexico City (Distrito Federal, México, North and Central America, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
20. ............ Théâtre de l'Hôtel de Bourgogne
(theater (building); commissioned by the Confrérie de la Passion (French actors' group, active 1402-1676) ; built 1548; Paris (Île-de-France, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
21. ............ Théâtre des Tuileries
(theatre (building); Gaspare Vigarani (Italian architect and scenographer, 1586 or 1588-1663/1664); Jacques Germain Soufflot (French architect, 1713-1780); Ange-Jacques Gabriel (French architect, 1698-1782); built 1660, altered 1763; Paris (Île-de-France, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
22. ............ Tiefburg
(moated castle; unknown German; first built 12th century, restored 1910-1913; Handschuchsheim (Baden-Württemberg, Deutschland, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
23. ............ Tomb of Bnei Hezir, the
(rock-cut tomb; unknown Jewish architect; 1st century BCE; Al-Quds (Aḍ Ḍaffah al Gharbīyah, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
24. ............ Tomb of Caecilia Metella
(mausoleum; unknown Ancient Roman (architects); ca. 20 BCE; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
25. ............ Trajan’s Column
(column (architectural element); probably constructed under the supervision of Apollodorus of Damascus (Roman architect, died ca. 125 CE}; completed 113; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))

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........ <V> (10)
........ <W> (4)
........ <Y> (3)
........ <Z> (1)
.... Movable Works (CONA facet)
........ <1> (3)
........ <2> (1)
........ <7> (1)
........ <8> (1)
........ <A> (323)
........ <B> (138)
........ <C> (239)
........ <D> (128)
........ <E> (103)
........ <F> (163)
........ <G> (116)
........ <H> (102)
........ <I> (79)
........ <J> (69)
........ <K> (40)
........ <L> (441)
........ <M> (214)
........ <N> (52)
........ <O> (61)
........ <P> (393)
........ <Q> (7)
........ <R> (95)
........ <S> (329)
........ <T> (401)
........ <U> (25)
........ <V> (143)
........ <W> (67)
........ <Y> (8)
........ <Z> (3)
.... Visual Surrogates (CONA facet)
........ <F> (1)
........ <R> (1)
........ <S> (1)
.... Conceptual Works (CONA facet)
........ <A> (2)
........ <C> (4)
........ <F> (2)
........ <L> (1)
........ <M> (1)
........ <P> (1)
........ <R> (1)
........ <S> (1)
........ <T> (1)
........ <U> (1)
........ <V> (1)
........ <W> (1)
.... Unidentified Named Works (CONA facet)
........ <U> (2)

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