2 thoughts on “Greek Architecture and Its Sculpture

  1. Guy Mannering Guy Mannering says:

    There are a number of excellent introductions to Greek architecture available but if you re not sure which to plump for then this one from the Harvard University Press in conjunction with the British Museum can be considered a first choice I m rather surprised that in the nine years since its publication no one has bothered to review it on , given that it s beautifully produced, highly informative and copiously illustrated with plenty of reconstructions in vibrant colour and superb line drawings Much emphasis inevitably on those buildings whose architectural decoration ended up in the BM, including the Parthenon the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus and the Temple of Artemis at Ephesos Warmly recommended.


  2. canapple canapple says:

    Terrific book


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