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date: 19 October 2019

Greek architecture 

Source:
A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
Author(s):

James Stevens Curl,

Susan Wilson

Cradle of *Classicism, Greece perfected and refined *columnar-and-*trabeated architecture, each part of which was expressive of a long tradition of such construction, and related to the whole by subtle systems of proportion. Greek architecture was related to human scale, expressive of its structural elements, yet was perfected in the ... ...

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