Architecture: Classic and Early Christian
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Architecture: Classic and Early Christian

By John Slater, T. Roger (Thomas Roger) Smith
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Table of Contents
  • ARCHITECTURE CLASSIC AND EARLY CHRISTIAN
    • JOHN SLATER, B.A., F.R.I.B.A.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • GLOSSARY.
  • ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • INTRODUCTION.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE.
      • TEMPLES.
      • ANALYSIS OF BUILDINGS.
        • Plan.
        • Walls.
        • Roofs.
        • Openings.
        • Columns.
        • Ornaments.
        • Architectural Character.
      • Plan.
      • Walls.
      • Roofs.
      • Openings.
      • Columns.
      • Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE.
    • TEMPLES.
    • ANALYSIS OF BUILDINGS.
      • Plan.
      • Walls.
      • Roofs.
      • Openings.
      • Columns.
      • Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
    • Plan.
    • Walls.
    • Roofs.
    • Openings.
    • Columns.
    • Ornaments.
    • Architectural Character.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III.
      • WEST ASIATIC ARCHITECTURE.
      • ANALYSIS OF BUILDINGS.
        • Plan.
        • Walls.
        • Roofs.
        • Openings.
        • Columns.
        • Ornaments.
        • Architectural Character.
      • Plan.
      • Walls.
      • Roofs.
      • Openings.
      • Columns.
      • Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WEST ASIATIC ARCHITECTURE.
    • ANALYSIS OF BUILDINGS.
      • Plan.
      • Walls.
      • Roofs.
      • Openings.
      • Columns.
      • Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
    • Plan.
    • Walls.
    • Roofs.
    • Openings.
    • Columns.
    • Ornaments.
    • Architectural Character.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • ORIENTAL ARCHITECTURE.
        • Hindu Architecture.
        • Chinese and Japanese Architecture.
      • Hindu Architecture.
      • Chinese and Japanese Architecture.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • ORIENTAL ARCHITECTURE.
      • Hindu Architecture.
      • Chinese and Japanese Architecture.
    • Hindu Architecture.
    • Chinese and Japanese Architecture.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V.
      • GREEK ARCHITECTURE.
        • Buildings of the Doric Order.
      • Buildings of the Doric Order.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • GREEK ARCHITECTURE.
      • Buildings of the Doric Order.
    • Buildings of the Doric Order.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • GREEK ARCHITECTURE.
        • Buildings of the Ionic and Corinthian Orders.
      • Buildings of the Ionic and Corinthian Orders.
    • GREEK ARCHITECTURE.
      • Buildings of the Ionic and Corinthian Orders.
    • Buildings of the Ionic and Corinthian Orders.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • GREEK ARCHITECTURE.
        • Analysis.
        • The Walls.
        • The Roof.
        • The Openings.
        • The Columns.
        • The Ornaments.
        • Architectural Character.
      • Analysis.
      • The Walls.
      • The Roof.
      • The Openings.
      • The Columns.
      • The Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • GREEK ARCHITECTURE.
      • Analysis.
      • The Walls.
      • The Roof.
      • The Openings.
      • The Columns.
      • The Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
    • Analysis.
    • The Walls.
    • The Roof.
    • The Openings.
    • The Columns.
    • The Ornaments.
    • Architectural Character.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • ETRUSCAN AND ROMAN ARCHITECTURE.
        • Historical and General Sketch.
      • Historical and General Sketch.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • ETRUSCAN AND ROMAN ARCHITECTURE.
      • Historical and General Sketch.
    • Historical and General Sketch.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • THE BUILDINGS OF THE ROMANS.
        • Basilicas.
        • Theatres and Amphitheatres.
        • Baths (Thermæ).
        • Bridges and Aqueducts.
        • Commemorative Monuments.
        • Domestic Architecture.
      • Basilicas.
      • Theatres and Amphitheatres.
      • Baths (Thermæ).
      • Bridges and Aqueducts.
      • Commemorative Monuments.
      • Domestic Architecture.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE BUILDINGS OF THE ROMANS.
      • Basilicas.
      • Theatres and Amphitheatres.
      • Baths (Thermæ).
      • Bridges and Aqueducts.
      • Commemorative Monuments.
      • Domestic Architecture.
    • Basilicas.
    • Theatres and Amphitheatres.
    • Baths (Thermæ).
    • Bridges and Aqueducts.
    • Commemorative Monuments.
    • Domestic Architecture.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER X.
      • ROMAN ARCHITECTURE.
        • Analysis.
        • The Walls.
        • The Roofs.
        • The Openings.
        • The Columns.
        • The Ornaments.
        • Architectural Character.
      • Analysis.
      • The Walls.
      • The Roofs.
      • The Openings.
      • The Columns.
      • The Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
    • ROMAN ARCHITECTURE.
      • Analysis.
      • The Walls.
      • The Roofs.
      • The Openings.
      • The Columns.
      • The Ornaments.
      • Architectural Character.
    • Analysis.
    • The Walls.
    • The Roofs.
    • The Openings.
    • The Columns.
    • The Ornaments.
    • Architectural Character.
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • EARLY CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE.
        • Basilicas in Rome and Italy.
      • Basilicas in Rome and Italy.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • EARLY CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE.
      • Basilicas in Rome and Italy.
    • Basilicas in Rome and Italy.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • CHRISTIAN ROUND-ARCHED ARCHITECTURE.
        • Analysis.
      • Analysis.
    • CHRISTIAN ROUND-ARCHED ARCHITECTURE.
      • Analysis.
    • Analysis.
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • MOHAMMEDAN ARCHITECTURE.
        • Egypt.
        • Syria and Palestine.
        • Sicily and Spain.
        • Persia and India.
      • Egypt.
      • Syria and Palestine.
      • Sicily and Spain.
      • Persia and India.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • MOHAMMEDAN ARCHITECTURE.
      • Egypt.
      • Syria and Palestine.
      • Sicily and Spain.
      • Persia and India.
    • Egypt.
    • Syria and Palestine.
    • Sicily and Spain.
    • Persia and India.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX.
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