Martin Heinrich Böhme
architect; b. 1676; d. May 21, 1725.
Böhme was a pupil of Andreas Schlüter, and worked with Schlüter and Eosander on the Schloss at Berlin. He is supposed to have designed or built the four portals of the first court of that building.
Detail of the pilasters, capitals, and entablature added to the Temple of Divus Hadrianus by Fontana, 1695, under Innocent XII, when this ancient building was converted to a custom-house.