Salvin

Some articles on salvin, salvins:

Ithomiini Classification
... Tribe Ithomiini Godman Salvin, 1879 (Subtribe Tithoreina Fox, 1940) Elzunia Bryk 1937 Tithorea Doubleday 1847 ( = Hirsutis Haensch 1909) Aeria Hübner 1816 (Subtribe Melinaeina Clark, 1947) Athesis ...
Anthony Salvin - Mature Career
... Most of Salvin's designs for major houses continued to be in the Tudor style ... A major part of Salvin's work was to restore, refit and create castles ... Salvin designed Peckforton Castle in Cheshire for John Tollemache, 1st Baron Tollemache as a re-creation of a castle of the time of Edward I ...
Salvin's Curassow
... The Salvin's Curassow (Mitu salvini) is a species of bird in the Cracidae family ... A prized game bird, the Salvin's curassow is declining throughout the human-inhabited areas of its range, which also includes Colombia and eastern Ecuador ...
Croxdale Hall
... The staunchly Roman Catholic Salvin family came to Croxdale by the marriage in 1402 of Gerard Salvin of Harswell, Yorkshire to Agnes Wharton, heiress of Croxdale ... to St Oswalds, Elvet until the new parish church of St Bartholomew was built by the Salvins in 1845 ... ( Grade II* listed) which housed the priests who served as Chaplains to the Salvin family ...
Dunster Castle - History - 19th and 20th Centuries
... He employed Anthony Salvin, a noted architect then most famous for his work at Alnwick Castle, to carry out the work between 1868 and 1872 at a total cost of £25,350 (equivalent to £1.76 million as of 2010) ... Salvin aimed to create a castle that would appear to have grown up organically over time, but still appeal to Victorian aesthetic taste ... Internally, Salvin knocked through existing rooms to create the Outer Hall, a new gallery on the first floor, a billiard room, a new library and a drawing room ...