Editorial: MIT

Páginas: 492

Año: 2003

EAN: 9780262134156

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The roman imperial project of world dominion shaped Vitruvius propose in writting what he called "the whole body of architecture". Devoting each chapter to a different Vitruvian "body", Mc Ewen adresses such topics as the relation of the book and its author to Augustus, the role of beauty in forging the new world order, and the nature and unprecedented extent of Augustan building programs.