Roman Architecture (The Great Ages of World Architecture)
George Braziller | 1961 | ISBN: 0807603317 | English | 132 pages | PDF | 13.5 MB
A consice analysis of Roman architecture, which has occupied a unique place in the history of architecture over the last fifteen hundred years. It was the parent of all the major architecture of the West & of much of that of the Near & Middle East up to the nineteenth century. The technical & formal achievements of the Roman architects are the models to which, time after time, later ages have turned for inspiration.