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The classical language of architecture

Author: John Summerson; British Broadcasting Corporation.
Publisher: Cambridge, M.I.T. Press [1966, ©1963]
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"Scripts of six talks, written for the B.B.C. and delivered in May-July 1963."
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Genre/Form: Terminology
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Summerson, John, 1904-1992.
Classical language of architecture.
Cambridge, M.I.T. Press [1966, ©1963]
(OCoLC)559844382
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Summerson; British Broadcasting Corporation.
ISBN: 0262690128 9780262690126
OCLC Number: 607728
Notes: "Scripts of six talks, written for the B.B.C. and delivered in May-July 1963."
Description: 56 pages 63 illustrations 19 x 24 cm
Contents: The essentials of classicism --
The grammar of antiquity --
Sixteenth-century linguistics --
The rhetoric of the Baroque --
The light of reason--and of archaeology --
Classical into modern.
Responsibility: [by] John Summerson.

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"Scripts of six talks, written for the B.B.C. and delivered in May-July 1963."

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