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From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland

Gonzalez-Longo, Cristina and Theodossopoulos, D (2012) From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland. In: Nuts & Bolts of Construction History. Culture, Technology and Society. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Construction History. A&J Picard, Paris. ISBN 978-2-7084-0929-3

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Abstract

Describes James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland.