The Architecture of Roman Temples: The Republic to the Middle Empire (Paperback)John W. Stamper (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 710 g
Dimensions: 272 x 213 x 14 mm
"...as the first study of its kind, Stamper's account of ancient Rome's temples is an important and highly original chapter in the history of Roman architecture. All those interested in the field owe him a considerable vote of thanks." CAA Review James E. Packer
"The drawings and plans, most of them executed by the author, are elegant and invaluable and will, I am certain, be reproduced for generations...it is a well-designed and well-executed volume, parts of which students at every level as well as interested scholars may be referred to with confidence." - James C. Anderson Jr., University of Georgia
"this study should be applauded for drawing our attention back to the Capitoline temple's significance for ancient architectural history, as well as providing an admirable presentation of temples in Rome from Tarquinius Priscus through the Antonines." - John Robert Senseney, Northern Illinois University, American Journal of Archaeology
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