Roman Architectureby Frank Edward Brown, Branner
A consice analysis of Roman architecture, which has occupied a unique place in thehistory of architecture over the last fifteen hundred years. It was the parent of all the major architecture of the West and of much of that of the Near and Middle East up to the nineteenth century. The technical and formal achievements of the Roman architects are the models to which, time after time, later ages have turned for inspiration.
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