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By Roger B. Ulrich, Caroline K. Quenemoen
A better half to Roman Architecture offers a complete overview of the severe matters and techniques that experience remodeled scholarly knowing in contemporary many years in a single easy-to-reference volume.
• bargains a cross-disciplinary method of Roman structure, spanning know-how, background, artwork, politics, and archaeology;
• Brings jointly contributions by way of top students in architectural history;
• an important consultant to fresh scholarship, protecting new archaeological discoveries, lesser identified structures, new applied sciences and area and construction;
• contains broad, updated bibliography and word list of key Roman architectural terms.
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A Companion to Roman Architecture (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World) by Roger B. Ulrich, Caroline K. Quenemoen