The form of cities in perspective: the Graeco-Roman world--500 B.C. to A.D. 200
Charles A. Blessing, University of Michigan. Center for Co÷rdination of Ancient and Modern Studies, University of Michigan. Museum of Art
Center for Coordination of Ancient and Modern Studies, University of Michigan, 1973 - Architecture - 39 pages
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Aerial View Ancient and Modern Aspendos Athens Attalid axial relationship axis Campus Martius Capitoline CENTER FOR COORDINATION central agora centuries B.C. Charles Blessing CITIES IN PERSPECTIVE city builders City design today city plan city planner civic areas colonnaded Colosseum COORDINATION OF ANCIENT cultural designer of cities director drawings elements Ephesus and Pergamum Erechtheum exhibition FORM OF CITIES Gerald F gilded statue gods Greek city Greek world gridiron gymnasium Hadrian's Villa Hellenistic cities Hippodamus Ionic Knossos lessons major public buildings marble Mediterranean Miletus and Priene Modern Studies mountaintop Museum of Art natural setting original Palatine Hill Parthenon pedestrian Perge Pericles Petra Piraeus plan of Ephesus Pnyx Priene—the Propylaea relationships of buildings Republican and Imperial Roman Forum Rome Sacred shopping center slave girl knew South Stoa spatial form stadium Stoa of Attalos streets Temple of Athena Theater of Ephesus tion Today's city UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN urban design View of Acropolis wall