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Author: Santos, Francisco, d. ca. 1700.
Title: The Escurial, or, A description of that vvonder of the vvorld for architecture and magnificence of structure built by K. Phillip the IId of Spain and lately consumed by fire written in Spanish by Francisco de los Santos, a frier of the order of S. Hierome ; translated into English by a servant of the Earl of Sandwich in his extraordinary embassie thither.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Escurial, or, A description of that vvonder of the vvorld for architecture and magnificence of structure built by K. Phillip the IId of Spain and lately consumed by fire written in Spanish by Francisco de los Santos, a frier of the order of S. Hierome ; translated into English by a servant of the Earl of Sandwich in his extraordinary embassie thither.
Santos, Francisco, d. ca. 1700.

London: Printed for T. Collins and J. Ford, 1671.
Alternate titles: Descriptión del real monasterio de San Lorenzo del escorial. English
Notes:
A translation and abridgment of the author's Descriptión del real monasterio de San Lorenzo del Escorial.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Escorial.
Monasteries -- Spain.
Spain -- Description and travel.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A40383.0001.001

Contents
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THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
The Escurial; OR, A Description of the Wonder of the world for Architecture and Magnificence of Structure, Built by King Philip the Se∣cond of Spain; and lately Consumed by Fire.
The Catalogue that follows contains the Names of the Principal Masters for Architecture, and Painting, &c. That were concerned about the whole work of this so famed, but now unfor∣tunate Escurial.