Bonomi. 1. Joseph (1739-1806), an architect born in Rome, settled in England, and was elected an A.R.A. 2. Joseph, son of the above, born also in Rome, 1796, made his studies in London, and gained renown as a draughtsman. He made a speciality of Egyptian subjects, and paid several visits to Egypt and the Holy Land, with a view to facilitate the illustration of the works of several Egyptologists which were entrusted to him. He wrote a book on Nineveh, and died curator of Soane's Museum in 1878.