Aloys Hirt - Works

Works

  • Die Geschichte der Baukunst bei der Alten. 3 vols. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1821–1827
  • Die Geschichte der bildenden Künste bei den Alten. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot, 18331833
  • Bilderbuch für Mythologie, Archäologie und Kunst. 2 vols. Berlin: In Commission bey I. D. Sander, 1805–1816
  • Der Tempel der Diana zu Ephesus. Berlin: J. F. Weiss, 1809
  • Die Baukunst nach den Grundsätzen der Alten. Berlin: In der Realschulbuchhandlung, 1809
  • Osservazioni istorico-architettoniche sopra il Panteon. Rome: Pagliarini, 1791
  • Kunstbemerkungne auf einer reise über Wittenberg und Meissen nach Dresden und Prag. Berlin: Verlag von Duncker & Humblot, 1830
  • Die Lehre der Gebäude bei den Griechen und Römern. Berlin: Reimer, 1827
  • Von den ägyptischen Pyramiden überhaupt, und von ihrem Baue insbesondere. Berlin: G. C. Nauck, 1815
  • Heinrich Hübsch über griechische Baukunst, dargestellt. Berlin: s.n., 1823
  • "Ueber die Baue Herodes des Grossen überhaupt, und über seinen Tempelbau zu Jerusalem ins besondere." Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin. Historisch-philologische Klasse. (1816–17): 1-24
  • "Ueber die Bildung des Nackten bei den Alten." Abhandlungen der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Berlin 7 (1820–21): 289-304
  • "Ueber die Gegenstände der Kunst bei den Aegyptern." Abhandlungen der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Berlin 7 (1820–21):115-174.

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