Item description for Greek Architecture (Classical World) by Richard A. Tomlinson & R. a. Tomlinson...
A clearly structured discussion of all the major buildings constructed by the Greeks, from houses to temples, theatres to council buildings. The book describes particular architectural styles and features and sets the buildings in their context, with an evaluation of their purpose, siting and planning.
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More About Richard A. Tomlinson & R. a. Tomlinson
R.A. Tomlinson is Emeritus Professor of Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Birmingham; he was formerly Director of the British School at Athens.
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Lawrence - Greek Architecture Feb 13, 2008
This is one of the best books to study Greek architecture - not only architecture of temples but also other buildings. Good for archaeologists as well as for architects.
THE entry into greek architecture Nov 5, 2006
for any serious student of classical antiquity, lawrence's treatment of greek architecture is a must-read. it is a elegantly illustrated volume, full of plans, drawings and photographs. the text is well-written and easy to understand, even for a beginner to the field. I whole-heartedly recommend this volume to anyone who wants to have a look at greek architecture, beginner as well as expert. lawrence's book is nothing but brilliant. it is THE entryway into greek architecture.
Greek architecture reference = Lawrence Oct 10, 2005
Any archaeologist knows that the Lawrence is one of the best Greek architecture/archaeology reference books to own. Buy it if you have any interest whatsoever in the field.