GREEK SANCTURIES - An introduction - The book explores some of the aesthetic concepts behind Greek architectural design, as well as looking in some detail at the buildings and their decoration. It also investigates their importance within the culture of the time, asking such questions as: what were temples for? How do sanctuary buildings relate to each other and to the space where they are set? What was the purpose of architectural sculpture?
Condition: Good - Author: Mary Emerson - Publisher: Bristol Classical Press - Pages: 172 - Paperback