Architecture, from prehistory to post-modernism: the western tradition

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Prentice-Hall, Jan 1, 1986 - Architecture - 606 pages
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Traces the development of architecture from Stonehenge to the new AT&T Building in New York and looks at important movements, architects, and buildings

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Architecture, from prehistory to postmodernity

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This new edition updates the 1986 edition of this authoritative historical survey of Western architecture. As the introduction points out, this survey is "mainly a history of monumental buildings ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction TRACHTENBERG AND HYMAN
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CHAPTER TWO Greece TRACHTENBERG
83
CHAPTER THREE Rome TRACHTENBERG
111
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