Vitruvius: The Ten Books on Architecture
The oldest and most influential work on architecture in existence. In the first century BC, Vitruvius describes the classic principles of symmetry, harmony and proportion in this introduction to the ancients' methods. Translated by Morris Hicky Morgan. Preface by Albert A. Howard. 68 illustrations. 331+p.
Title: Vitruvius: The Ten Books on Architecture.
Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc., 1960.
ISBN-10: 0486206459; ISBN-13: 9780486206455.
Condition: Unmarked text. A few bumps on the cover. Good.
Keywords: Aesthetics, Greek Architecture, Roman Architecture, Architecture Treatise, Roman Architecture, Buildings, Engineering, Architecture, Art History, Classical Studies, 0486206459, 9780486206455
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