Sir Banister Fletcher's a history of architecture.
- Fletcher, Banister Sir 1866-1953 [author]
- History of architecture
- Twentieth edition
- Oxford, England : Architectural Press 1996
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 1671-1712) and index.
- Part 1: Background Prehistoric Egypt The ancient near East Early Asian culture Greece The hellenistic kingdoms -- Part 2: Background Prehistoric Rome and the Roman Empire The Byzantine Empire Early Russia Early Medieval and Romanesque Gothic -- Part 3: Background Seleucid, Parthian, Sasanian, Hellenistic Umayyad, Abbasid and Spain until the Fall Timurid, Seljuk and pre-Moghul India Safavid Persia, the Ottoman Empire and Moghul India Vernacular Building and the Paradise Garden -- Part 4: Background Africa The Americas China Japan South Asia South East Asia -- Part 5: Background Italy France, Spain and Portugal Austria, Germany and Central Europe The Low Countries and Britain Russia and Scandinavia Post Renaissance Europe -- Part 6: Background Africa The Americas China Japan South East Asia Indian Subcontinent Australasia -- Part 7: Background Western Europe 1900-45 Western Europe 1945-95 Eastern Europe Russia Middle East Africa N America 1900-50 North America 1950-95 Central and S America China Japan S E Asia Hong Kong and Macau Indian Subcontinent Oceania.
- Cruickshank, Dan [editor]
- A History of Architecture is the first major work of history to include an overview of the architectural achievements of the 20th Century. Banister Fletcher has been the standard one volume architectural history for over 100 years and continues to give a concise and factual account of world architecture from the earliest times. In this twentieth and centenary edition, edited by Dan Cruickshank with three consultant editors and fourteen new contributors, chapters have been recast and expanded and a third of the text is new. There are new chapters on the twentieth-century architecture of the Middle East (including Israel), South-east Asia, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea, the Indian subcontinent, Russia and the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and Latin America. The book's scope has been widened to include more architecture from non European countries and coverage of pre twentieth century architecture now includes 6 chapters on Islam.
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