Temples and Sanctuaries in the Roman East

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Arthur Segal presents an architectural study of 87 temples built at the eastern end of the Mediterranean between the first century BCE and the third century CE. With more than 380 photographs, plans and reconstruction drawings, the volume contains detailed descriptions of their internal and external space, dividing the temples into two main categories: those with Vitruvian designs derived from Hellenistic-Roman architecture and those more influenced by non-Vitruvian eastern sources.

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Temples and Sanctuaries in the Roman East

Temples and Sanctuaries in the Roman East

Religious Architecture in Syria, Iudaea/Palaestina and Provincia Arabia

Oxbow2013

Hardback394pp Illustrated277x215mm

9781842175262     Product Code: 506676

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Arthur Segal presents an architectural study of 87 temples built at the eastern end of the Mediterranean between the first century BCE and the third century CE. With more than 380 photographs, plans and reconstruction drawings, the volume contains detailed descriptions of their internal and external space, dividing the temples into two main categories: those with Vitruvian designs derived from Hellenistic-Roman architecture and those more influenced by non-Vitruvian eastern sources.

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