Classical Architecture: An Introduction to Its Vocabulary and Essentials, with a Select Glossary of Terms

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Batsford, 2001 - Architecture, Classical - 231 pages
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Illuminating the principles and elements of classical architecture, which have been at the heart of the Western experience for over two millennia, this volume examines Greek and Roman architecture. It also examines the architecture of eras that found in antiquity a basis for their own design

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Professor James Stevens Curl is a leading British architectural historian. His many stimulating studies include The English Heritage Book of Victorian Churches, Egyptomania: The Egyptian Revival as a Recurring Theme in the History of Taste, and A Celebration of Death.

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