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Architecture of the Roman Empirem, Volume II : An Urban Appraisal - 86 edition

Architecture of the Roman Empirem, Volume II : An Urban Appraisal (ISBN10: 0300034709; ISBN13: 9780300034707)
ISBN13: 978-0300034707
ISBN10: 0300034709

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ISBN13: 978-0300034561
ISBN10: 0300034563

Summary: The author of a classic work on the architecture of imperial Rome here broadens his focus to present an original study of urban architecture in Roman market towns, port cities, veterans colonies, and major metropolitan centers throughout the empire. ''Simply the best book on Roman urbanism that] I know. . . . A formidable breakthrough. It brings to life the genius of Roman urbanism and reveals its continuing relevance for present urban planning and architecture.''-Leon Krier, Archite ...show morects Journal ''In this very fine book-the successor to his Introductory Study-William L. MacDonald lays before the reader the physical evidence of what a Roman city was like for its inhabitants. . . . The illustrations in An Urban Appraisal, this second volume of The Architecture of the Roman Empire, are superbly chosen, illuminating the text as well as being interesting in themselves. . . . It is a joy to find a book so attractively designed, worthy of both its author and his subject.''-Martin Henig, The Times Literary Supplement Winner of the 1986 Alice Davis Hitchcock Award of the Society of Architectural Historians for the most distinguished work of scholarship in architectural history. ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 86
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Yale University Press
Published: 03/01/1988
International: No



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