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Roman Architecture

by Sear, Frank

Condition: Good/Fair-good

London: Batsford Academic, 1982. Batsford Academic and Educational Ltd, London, 1982. ex-library with usual marks etc Hardback book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: fair only because an enthusiastic librarian creased it when putting on plastic cover, unclipped. B/w Photographs, Plans and Drawings (illustrator). 10 x 7.5". inside clean and tight. With 183 photographs, maps and drawings. The Roman Empire extended far beyond Italy and so did its architecture. There are therefore extensive chapters on North Africa and the European and Eastern Provinces. A final section deals with the buildings of the late Empire and their Byzantine metamorphosis in, for example, Ravenna and Constantinople approx 1kg. Hardcover. Good/Fair-good. 25.5cm.


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