By Sir Thomas Graham Jackson
Книга Byzantine & Romanesque structure Vol- І Byzantine & Romanesque structure Vol- ІКниги Строительство Автор: Thomas G. Jackson Год издания: 1975 Формат: pdf Издат.:Hacker artwork Books Страниц: 450 Размер: thirteen ISBN: 9995516101 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Рассмотрена архитектура Византийского и Романского стилей.
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As at the Baths of Antonine and those of Diocletian at Rome, and the arch was made to spring from the top of this fragment which formed a sort of pedestal above the capital (Fig. 3). The only instance M. Choisy can quote of arches springing directly from columns before the age of the later Empire is an unimportant one 1 "The first placing of at Pompeii the arcade on columns," he says, in monumental construction, " occurs at . " * The with the inconstep thus taken in dispensing venient and unnecessary entablature opened the way for atSpaiato all subsequent arched design, and was one of the greatest ever taken in the history of our art.
Adopted r I may mention another instance Syria and T\ Dalmatia n t i of correspondence in design between Syria and Dalmada which is afforded by the remarkable cornices over Syrian which find doorways, enriched with elaborate sculpture, a parallel on a humble scale in Byzantine doorways at 8 Ragusa and Nona that are very unlike doorways elsewhere. It is all the illustrations of M. de admirable remarkable that among Vogues sculptured ornament given volumes there is scarcely any representation of animal This avoidance of figure sculplife and none of human.
Under their till then been nomad hordes of the desert, became Numerous towns sprang up on all adorned with temples, theatres, aqueducts, and triumphal arches. The style of their architecture was "Greek, modified by certain local influences, by the traditions of older arts or by the nature of the materials 1 employed Cities of Syri * The /* district known as the Haouran between the desert and the mountains of the Mediterranean littoral, together with its continuation northwards towards Aleppo, M.