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Paatz, Walter

Pach, Walter

Pacheco, Francisco [father's surname Pérez]

Pächt, Otto

Padtberg, Else

Pagenstecher, Rudolf

Paget, Violet    [Vernon Lee, pseudonym]

Palgrave, Francis T[urner]

Pallottino, Massimo

Pallucchini, Rodolfo

Palm, Erwin Walter

Palomino de Castro y Velasco, [Acisclo] Antonio

Pane, Roberto

Panofka, Theodor S.

Panofsky, Erwin, known as "Pan"

Paoletti, Pietro

Parent, Paul

Paribeni, Enrico

Parker, John Henry

Parker, K[arl] T[heodore], Sir    [many articles signed ''KTP'']

Parkhurst, Charles [Percy]

Parmentier, Henri

Parry, Elwood Comly, III  "Lee"

Parthey, Gustav

Pascoli, Lione 

Passavant, Johann David

Passeri, Giovanni Battista

Pater, Walter [Horatio]

Pattison, Mrs Mark,  see Dilke, Emilia

Pauli, Gustav

Paulson, Ronald

Paulsson, Gergor

Payne, Humfry [Gilbert Garth]

Pecht, Friedrich

Pecírka, Jaromír

Pedretti, Carlo

Pelagatti, Paola.

Pemberton, Murdock

Pennethorne, John

Penny, Nicholas

Penrose, Francis Cranmer

Penrose, Roland [Algernon], Sir

Pepper, D[avid Jonathan] Stephen

Pérez Sánchez, Alfonso E.

Perkins, Charles C[allahan]

Perkins, F[rederick] Mason, after 1928, Frederick Francis Mason Perkins, known as "Federico" in Italy, referred to as "Mason Perkins"

Pernice, Erich

Perrot, Georges

Petersen, Eugen

Pevsner, Nikolaus [Bernard Leon], Sir   "NP" (to friends, colleagues);  Peter F. R. Donner (pseudonym in Nazi Germany)

Pfuhl, Ernst

Philip, Lotte Brand, see Foerster, Lotte Brand

Phillips, Claude, Sir [after 1911]

Phillips, John M[arshall]

Pierson, Allard

Pierson, William H[arvey], Jr.

Pietrangeli, Carlo

Pigler, Andor [sometimes appearing as "Andrew"]

Pijoán y Soteras, José

Piles, Roger de

Pilkington, Matthew

Pinchart, Alexandre Joseph

Pincus-Witten, Robert A.

Pinder, [Georg Maximilian] Wilhelm

Piotrovsky, Boris

Piper, Ferdinand

Piper, Otto

Piper, Reinhard

Pirri, Pietro S. J.

Pit, Adriaan, “Aart”

Pittaluga, Mary

Planiscig, Leo

Plaut, James S[achs]

Plekhanov, Georgiĭ [Valentinovich] [also anglicized to Georgy Valentinovich]      Beltov, pseudonym

Plietzsch, Eduard

Pliny the Elder

Plon, Eugène

Plummer, John H[enry]

Plunkett, George Noble  Count Plunkett,      Killeen, pseudonym

Pluym, Willem [Alexander Etienne] van der

Podro, Michael [Isaac]

Poggi, Giovanni

Pollak, Oskar

Pollitt, J[erome] J[ordan] 

Pollock, Griselda [Frances Sinclair]

Pommer, Richard [Behr]

Pool, Phoebe

Poole, Reginald Stuart

Pope, Arthur Upham

Pope, John Alexander

Pope-Hennessy, John [Wyndham], Sir

Popham, A[rthur] E[wart Hugh]  "Hugh"

Porada, Edith

Porcher, Jean

Portalis, Roger, baron

Porter, A[rthur] Kingsley

Porter, James A[mos]

Portoghesi, Paolo

Posner, Donald

Posse, Hans

Post, Chandler R[athfon]

Pottier, [François Paul] Edmond

Poulsen, Frederik, see Poulsen, [Poul] Frederik [Sigfred]

Poulsen, [Poul] Frederik [Sigfred]

Pouncey, Philip [Michael Rivers]

Powell, Earl [Alexander], III, "Rusty"

Powell, [Caryll] Nicolas [Peter]

Poynter, Edward John, Sir

Praschniker, Camillo

Praz, Mario

Preimesberger, Rudolf

Pressouyre, Léon

Previtali, Giovanni

Preziosi, Donald [Anthony] 

Prichard, Matthew Stewart

Priest, Alan

Prime, William Cowper

Prior, Edward S[chröder]

Procacci, Ugo

Proske, Beatrice [Irene Gilman]

Prost, Bernard

Prou, Maurice

Prown, Jules [David]

Pryce, Frederick Norman

Puchstein, Otto

Pückler-Muskau, Hermann, Fürst (Prince) von

Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore

Puig i Cadafalch, Josep

Punin, Nikolay

Puttfarken, Thomas [Monrad]

Puyvelde, Léo Van