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architecture of Roman temples

Stamper, John W.

architecture of Roman temples

the republic to the middle empire

by Stamper, John W.

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus (Rome, Italy),
  • Temples, Roman -- Italy -- Rome.,
  • Architecture, Roman -- Italy -- Rome -- Influence.,
  • Rome (Italy) -- Buildings, structures, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJohn W. Stamper.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA323 .S73 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 287 p. :
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22376023M
    ISBN 10052181068X
    LC Control Number2004045666

    Get this from a library! The architecture of Roman temples: the republic to the middle empire. [John W Stamper] -- "This book examines the development of Roman temple architecture from its earliest history in the sixth century B.C. to the reigns of Hadrian and . This book provides a brief, clear account of the main developments in the history of the Greek, Etruscan and Roman architecture, from the earliest times to the foundation of Constantinople. It contains drawings and 24 plates. Professor Robertson has produced a really great handbook; one that has become the standard general work, in English, or perhaps in any language, on its subject.4/5(4).

    During the 3rd and 2nd centuries bc, Roman temples began to evince Greek influence, using the Greek decorative style but placing the altar within the temple and eventually creating entire forums, or meeting places, of which the temple was the centre. In Roman temple architecture, the columns, in their various styles, soon became engaged rather. The Architecture of Roman Temples The Republic to the Middle Empire (Book): Stamper, John W.: Cambridge Univ PrThis book examines the development of Roman temple architecture from its earliest history in the sixth century BC to the reigns of Hadrian and the Antonines in the second century AD. John Stamper analyzes the temples' formal qualities, the public spaces in which they were located.

      6. Roman architecture began as a form of _____. Art Worship Expression Intimidation 7. Early Roman temples were designed and decorated to be viewed from _____ perspective(s). A single Two Three All 8. Romans built on a scale and in qualities that were _____. Usual for the times Small for their time Never seen in any civilization before theirs Unsophisticated for their times 9. In the fourth book, Palladio examines real Roman temples; local architecture like the Pantheon in Rome was deconstructed and illustrated in what continues to be a textbook of Classical design. Andrea Palladio's architecture from the s still stands as some of the finest examples of Renaissance design and construction. Palladio's Redentore.


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The starting point of Stamper’s book is his reconstruction of the original Temple of Jupiter Optimus aximus on the Capitoline Hill in Rome, built c BC. Part of the aim of his reconstruction is to take account of recent archaeological work on the site and to situate the temple more comfortably within the construction techniques available to its builders.

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Really it is really a "comprhensive and accessible book". A reccomended one/5(12). Published as a companion volume to Diana E. Kleiner's course on Roman Architecture given through Coursera (first offered in January but based on a class she has long taught at Yale), this enhanced e-book explores not only Rome but also buildings preserved at Pompeii, Herculaneum, Ostia, Tivoli, North Italy, Sicily, France, Spain.

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