The Architecture of the Renaissance, Volume 1
Topics in this first volume of "Architecture of the Renaissance" include: the inventors of the new architecture; towards the ideal city; beginning and end of the "Third Style"; and urban changes in the 16th century.
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one The inventors of the new architecture
two Towards the ideal city
three Beginning and end of the third style
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