A world history of architecture

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  • UniversityVictoria University
  • AreaArchitecture, design and planning
  • CourseWorld History of Architecture: Origins to 1750
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  • Authoralessiachiambretto
  • Created2014
  • Pages47
  • Approved18 April 2018

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A world history of architetcure:
1. Primitive architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
2. Mesopotamia architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
3. Egyptian architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
4. Greek architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
5. Roman architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
6. Early Christina and Byzantine architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
7. Medieval architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
8. renaissance architecture – text & images: relation between the architectonic evolution and the social reason of it
9. Architecture history 1 – Questions and Answers: 29 questions and answers related to the topics of the introduction to history of architecture, from primitive architecture to Post WWII.

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