L'Architecture Romaine, du debut de IIIe siecle av. J.-C. a la fin du Haut-Empire -- 1, Les monuments publics
by Gros, Pierre
Paris: Les Manuels d'Art et d'Archeologie Antiques, 1996. Hardcover. VG. Royal blue cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, royal blue & color illus. dust jacket, 503 pp., BW illus., line drawings, maps. Text is in French. The first volume only of a two-volume synthesis of Roman architecture. This volume addresses the public architecture of cities and sanctuaries, covering the main components of the urban landscape through the three centuries of the Republic and the first two centuries of the Empire. Considers in succession the elements of definition and articulation of urban space; the components of monumental centers; buildings of entertainment and leisure; water monuments; and structures of trade and storage. Scarce.
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