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Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture


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The Stone and Bronze Ages; the early Iron Age; Etruscan architecture - techniques and materials, temples - the early temples, types of plan and superstructure, plans, podia, the orders, pediments and roofs, ornament, liturgical disposition; town planning, domestic architecture, roads and bridges, tombs and cemeteries; Etruscan Rome; Rome during the struggle for supremacy in Italy (386-about 200 B.C.); Hellenized Rome "Consuetudo Italica" - techniques and materials in public buildings, techniques and materials in domestic architecture, fora, basilicas, temples - ornament, types of plan and superstructure, town planning, domestic architecture, villas, baths, theatres, and other public buildings - baths and plaestrae, circuses, theatres, utilitarian architecture, tombs and cemeteries.

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