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A Companion to Greek Architecture

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A Companion to Greek Architecture

A Companion to Greek Architecture provides an expansive overview of the topic, including design, engineering, and construction as well as theory, reception, and lasting impact.

Covers both sacred and secular structures and complexes, with particular attention to architectural decoration, such as sculpture, interior design, floor mosaics, and wall painting
Makes use of new research from computer-driven technologies, the study of inscriptions and archaeological evidence, and recently excavated buildings
Brings together original scholarship from an esteemed group of archaeologists and art historians
Presents the most up-to-date English language coverage of Greek architecture in several decades while also sketching out important areas and structures in need of further research


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    Herausgeber: Wiley-Blackwell
    Sprache: Englisch
    Seitenanzahl: 616
    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    ISBN: 9781118327609

A Companion to Greek Architecture

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Figure 2.1 Eretria, first half of the eighth century bce, plan. Source : adapted from Verdan 2013, pl. 7. Figure 2.2 Kalapodi, South temples. Architectural phases of South temples. Source : DAI, courtesy W.-D. Niemeier. Figure 2.3 Aerial view of the temple at Kythnos. The "adyton" in the middle. [North at the top] (photo K. Xenikakis, 2014) Source : A. Mazarakis Ainian. Figure 2.4 Eretria, second half of the eighth century bce, plan. Source : adapted from Verdan 2013, pl. 8. Figure 2.5 Nikoleika, temple, reconstruction. Source : adapted from Kolia 2011, fig. 46. Figure 2.6 Soros, Sanctuary of Apollo, topographical plan. Source : A. Mazarakis Ainian, G. Chiotis. Figure 3.1 Archaic Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia, restoration shown at southwest corner. Broneer 1971: 41, fig. 54. Source : Courtesy the Trustees of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Figure 3.2 Temple of Demeter and Kore at Sangri, Naxos. Source : B. Barletta. Figure 3.3 Old Tholos at Delphi, reconstruction. Source : Pomtow 1911: 197, fig. 25. Figure 3.4 Silhouettes of moldings, clockwise from top left: half-round above a fillet, hawksbeak, cavetto with crowning fascia, ovolo. Source : B. Barletta. Figure 4.1 "Roof 1," Olympia, schematic reconstruction. (The width of the roof is unknown but was probably greater than the eight tiles rendered here.) Source : P. Sapirstein. Figure 4.2 Proto-Corinthian roof, Corinth, schematic reconstruction. (Black-painted tiles have been omitted. The original width of the roof was greater than eight tiles.) Source : P. Sapirstein. Figure 4.3 Aphaia Sanctuary, Aigina, Early Argive roof, schematic reconstruction. (The checkered pattern of red and black tiles is hypothetical, as are the hatched areas. The original width of the roof was greater than eight tiles.) Source : P. Sapirstein. Figure 4.4 Heraion at Olympia, Laconian roof, schematic reconstruction. (The restoration of hatched areas is uncertain. The original roof was about eight times wider than shown here, almost 19m across the façade.) Source : P. Sapirstein. Figure 4.5 Mon Repos, Corfu, Northwest Greek roof, schematic reconstructions. (The restoration of hatched areas is uncertain. The original width of the roof was greater than 13 tiles.) Source : P. Sapirstein. Figure 4.6 Band anathyrosis: on the rabbeted shelves of Protocorinthian tiles (left), and on the joint face of the architrave from the Temple of Artemis, Corfu (right). On the tile, the raised lip runs along the free edge of the cover (left: FP 329, Corinth Museum, view of underside.) Source : P. Sapirstein. Figure 5.1 Archaic Temple of Artemis ("Kroisos Temple") at Sardis, restored ground plan showing alternative reconstructions of adyton and opisthodomos in the east. Source : J. Senseney, adapted from Ohnesorg 2007: pl. 36. Figure 5.2 Sanctuary of Apollo,


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