Buildings Across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture5th Edition
CHAPTER 1: The Beginnings of Architecture
CHAPTER 2: The Greek World
CHAPTER 3: The Architecture of Ancient India and Southeast Aria
CHAPTER 4: The Traditional Architecture of China and Japan
CHAPTER 5: The Roman World
CHAPTER 6: Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture
CHAPTER 7: Islamic Architecture
CHAPTER 8: Early Medieval and Romanesque Architecture
CHAPTER 9: Gothic Architecture
CHAPTER 10: Indigenous Architecture in the Americas and Africa
CHAPTER 11: Renaissance Architecture
CHAPTER 12: Baroque Architecture
CHAPTER 13: Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, and the Rococo
CHAPTER 14: Eclecticism, Industrialization, and Newness
CHAPTER 15: The Twentieth Century and Modernism
CHAPTER 16: Modernism in the Mid-and Late Twentieth Century and Beyond
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