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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Ref
Trachtenberg, Marvin, Hyman, Isabelle
I. THE ANCIENT WORLD. 1. Architecture Before Greece. 2. Greece. 3. Rome. II. THE MIDDLE AGES. 4. Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture. 5. Pre-Romanesque and Romanesque Architecture. 6. Islam and West. 7. Gothic Architecture. III. THE RENAISSANCE AND THE BAROQUE. 8. The Renaissance. 9. The Baroque. IV. THE MODERN WORLD. 10. The Eighteenth Century. 11. The Nineteenth Century. 12. Modern Architecture. 13. Second Modernism (through Post-Modernism). 14. Modernisms: Renewal and Hyper-Diversity in Recent Decades.Trachtenberg, Marvin is the author of 'Architecture, from Prehistory to Postmodernity', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130918413 and ISBN 0130918415.
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