ARTH225 - GREEK ARCH & URBANISM

Introduction to the art of building and city planning in the ancient Greek world, 7th-1st c. BC. Emphasis on concepts of organizing space, on issues of structure, materials, decoraction, proportion, and the Mycenean and eastern heritage as well as on theory and practice of urbanism as reflected in ancient cities (Athens, Pergamon, Alexandria) and writings (Plato, Artistotle, and others). Excursions to the Penn Museum and Philadelphia. No prerequisites.
Section 001 - LEC
TR 0130PM-0300PM
HASELBERGER, LOTHAR
ANDREWS, MARGARET M
JAFFE BUILDING B17
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