Arciniega, Claudio de

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Arciniega, Claudio de (c.1520–93). Spanish architect and sculptor. He worked with Gil de Hontañon before settling in Mexico, where he designed the Cathedral in Mexico City (1563–1667) and, probably, the Cathedral of Puebla (1557–1649), for which Becerra was for a time the Clerk of Works.

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Marco Dorta (1951);
Kubler & and Soria (1959)