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Etruscan and Roman architecture

Author: Axel Boëthius; J B Ward-Perkins
Publisher: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1970.
Series: Pelican history of art.
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Boëthius, Axel, 1889-1969.
Etruscan and Roman architecture.
Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1970
(OCoLC)560262385
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Axel Boëthius; J B Ward-Perkins
ISBN: 0140560327 9780140560329
OCLC Number: 120057
Notes: Rev. ed. published in 1978 under title: Etruscan and early Roman architecture.
Description: xxxiii, 622 pages, 183 plates : illustrations (including 1 color), maps, plans ; 27 cm.
Contents: Part one: architecture in Italy before the Roman Empire / Axel Boethius --
The stone and the bronze ages --
The early iron age --
Etruscan architecture --
Introduction --
Techniques and materials --
Temples --
The early temples: types of plan and superstructure --
plans --
podia --
the orders --
pediments and roofs --
ornament --
liturgical disposition --
Town planning --
Domestic architecture --
Roads and bridges --
Tombs and cemeteries --
Conclusion --
Etruscan Rome --
Rome during the struggle for supremacy in Italy (386 -about 200 B.C.) --
Hellenized Rome 'consuetudo Italica' --
Techniques and materials in public buildings --
Techniques and materials in domestic architecture --
Fora --
Basilicas --
Temples --
Ornament --
types of plan and superstructure --
Town planning --
Domestic architecture --
Villas --
Baths, theatres, and other public buildings --
Baths and palaestae --
stadia --
theatres --
Utilitarian architecture --
Tombs and cemeteries --
Conclusion --
Part two: architecture in Rome and Italy from Augustus to the mid third century / J.B. Ward-Perkins --
Augustan Rome --
Architecture in Rome under the Julio-Claudian emperors (A.D. 14-68) --
Tiberius (A.D. 14-37) --
Caligula (A.D. 37-41) --
Claudius (A.D. 41-54) --
Nero (A.D. 54-68) --
Materials and methods: the Roman architectural revolution --
Architecture in Rome from Hadrian to Alexander Severus --
Hardian (A.D. 117-38) --
Antoninus Pius to Commodus (A.D. 138-235) --
The seven emperors (A.D. 193-235) --
Private funerary architecture in the second century --
Ostia --
The early imperial city --
Ostia in the second and third centuries --
Italy under the early empire --
Campania --
Northern Italy --
Domestic architecture in town and country --
The towns --
Suburbs and countryside --
The late roman town houses of Ostia --
Part three: the architecture of the Roman provinces / J.B. Ward-Perkins --
The European provinces --
The Iberian Peninsula --
Gaul, Britain, and the Germanies --
Central and South-Eastern Europe --
Greece --
Corinth --
Athens --
Other Roman sites --
Asia minor --
Building materials and techniques --
The central plateau --
The west coastlands --
Pamphylia and Cilicia --
The contribution of Asia minor to the architecture of the empire --
The architecture of the Roman east --
Judaea: the buildings of Herod the Great --
Baalbek and the Lebanon --
North-west Syria --
Damascus --
Southern Syria: Petra and Decapolis --
The Hauran --
The Mesopotamian frontier lands: Dura-Europos and Hatra --
Palmyra --
The north African provinces --
Egypt --
Cyrenaica --
Tripolitania --
Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco --
Part four: late pagan architecture in Rome and in the provinces / J.B. Ward-Perkins --
Architecture in Rome from Maximin to Constantine --
The architecture of the tetrachy in the provinces --
Trier --
Thessalonike (Salonica) --
Spalato (Split) --
Piazza Armerina --
North Italy --
Constantinople.
Series Title: Pelican history of art.
Responsibility: by Axel Boëthius ; J.B. Ward-Perkins.

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