Great Architecture Of The World

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John Julius Norwich
Perseus Books Group, Feb 11, 2001 - Architecture - 288 pages
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Here is a brilliantly accessible chronicle of the greatest monuments created by mankind, told by fourteen of the most distinguished architectural historians and beautifully illustrated with more than 800 original diagrams, annotated drawings, and photographs—both a browser's delight and a superb reference tool.

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With Glossary of architectural terms, and Index. This heavily illustrated work provides a subjective narrative of the history of human building. Drawings are provided--reconstructions, sections, plans ... Read full review

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John Julius Norwich is a world-famous historian who has made some thirty television documentaries. He is the author of many acclaimed books, including A History of Venice, Byzantium: The Early Centuries, Byzantium: The Apogee, and A Short History of Byzantium.

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