The Architecture of the Renaissance, Volume 2

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Leonardo Benevolo
Routledge, 2002 - Architecture - 1077 pages
This volume forms part of the 2 volume facimile Architecture of the Renaissance. This set considers the effect of the new artistic culture on the changes that took place in the fifteenth century Italian cities and then throughout Europe.

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Leonardo Benevolo has held positions as Professor of the History of Architecture at the universities of Florence, Venice and Palermo, and visiting professorships at the universities of Yale, Columbia, Caracas, Tehran, Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo. His many books include "The Origins of Modern Urbanism" (10th edition 1989), "An Introduction to Architecture" (14th edition 1990), "The History of Architecture and the Renaissance" (7th edition 1988) and "The History of the Oriental City" (2nd edition 1989).

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