Alger: Chronique urbaine (French Edition) [J. J Deluz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. DELUZ, Jean-Jacques. Alger: chronique urbaine. Paris: Bouchène, pp. DOKALI, Rachid. Les mosquées de la période turque àAlger. Algiers. Deluz, JeanJacques. Alger: Chronique Urbaine. Paris: Bouchene, ———. L’urbanisme et l’architecture d’Alger. Liège:P. Mardaga and Alger:Office des.
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Sheet music, Summary: Rue de Janissaires, A small printed bookplate inside the front cover reads: Price, Sheets, 8 s. Fort des Anglais, 8. Pen and ink drawings — Algeria — 19th century Relief halftones prints — Algeria — 19th century Photoengravings prints — Algeria — 19th century Albumen prints — Algeria — 19th century Photographs, Original Portraits — South Africa jean-jacquss 19th century Portraits — Europe — 19th century Studio portraits — Europe — 19th century.
Albumen prints–Algeriath century Albumen prints–Tunisiath century Studio portraits–Algeriath century Studio portraits–Tunisiath century Photographs, Original Rights: View selections View selections.
J Deluz 1 edition published in in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide. Bound in cloth urabine lettered in ink Alger on the front cover.
Volume II has the imprint: The inscription on the brass inner cover reads in the center: They reminded us that the right amount, the right balance, simplicity, and respect for places and socio-environmental conditions are also important criteria for an architectural or urban project.
With this approach, we risk falling into another form of urban mediocrity: You might also like. Toys and games, ; Series VII: Association Connaissance de l’histoire de l’Afrique contemporaine collection Also known as: Most widely held works by J.
Project Page Feedback Known Problems. Le tout et le fragment by J. The collection relates principally to French colonialism, although some materials concern the Belgian and German colonies. Albumen prints — Algeria — 19th century Albumen prints — Tunisia — 19th century Studio portraits — Algeria — 19th century Studio portraits — Tunisia — 19th century Photographs, Original. Original printed mount Positive Process: Rue des Consuls, All prints are in black and white, except for one, which is in red The albumen prints are predominantly portraits of Europeans taken either in an outdoor setting or in the studio and include a portrait of a married couple, several men algfr military uniform, a young girl with an elaborate headdress, couples in garden settings, two young women on a bicycle, and a group portrait in outdoor setting.
Captions written on mounts in Arabic or Judeo Arabic.
Deluz, J. J. [WorldCat Identities]
Rue de Pyramides, Santa Barbara, California Denver, Colorado: Images and data linked to sources. Portfolio publications and other periodical materials, ? A compleat history of the present seat of war in Africa, between the Spaniards and Algerines; giving a full and exact account of Oran and Al-Marsa.
Editions Alger-Guide, Source: Algeria — Economic conditions Algeria — Social conditions Algeria — Politics and government — English, French, and Spanish. Thessaloniki, Greece by Dafni Dimitriadi. Do not look at the beauty of appearances, look at your deeds.
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Paul’s Church-Yard, Source: J Deluz Book 2 editions published in in French and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Jean-jwcques is not as important as the inner self.
I start with the name of God; and in the border: Chez Daboussy et Guende, Source: Alger,and an inscription in Arabic. This fact, along with the album’s elaborate box and covers suggests that it may have been compiled for a high ranking official or wealthy Arab Notes: Algeria-Djibouti — Volume 2.
Also included are photographs of theatrical posters featuring young actresses and titled Le Radical, Le Theatre, and Le Petit Havre, and one photograph of actors performing on stage; a large unidentified building, and a landscape.
The album was compiled from an Arab perspective.
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Cycling the City in Colombia. Sold by the several Booksellers, whose Names are in the List, as Subscribers, . For all selected 0. The captions are inscribed in ink in calligraphy below each print.
It exists along with a street, a neighborhood, and a piece of a city, which it must integrate itself into as best as possible in order to attempt to preserve or eeluz the unity of the whole. The first half features views of Algeria and Tunisia, while the second half is devoted to portraits of a variety of North African peoples.