In this comprehensive, accessible and beautifully illustrated book, Frank Sear traces the evolution of Roman architecture during the four centuries from the late Republic to AD 330, when Constantine moved the empire's capital to Constantinople.
With over 200 diagrams, maps and photos, this lucid and eminently readable account is a detailed overview of the development of architecture from Augustine to Constantine.
* deployment of the most recent archaeological evidence
In high demand since its initial publication, this book will not disappoint in its purpose to educate and delight those in the field of Roman architecture.
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1 Republican Rome
2 Roman Building Types
3 The Age of Augustus
4 Roman Architects Building Techniques and Materials
5 The JulioClaudians
Pompeii and Ostia
7 The Flavians
8 Trajan and Hadrian