Series: The Great Ages of World Architecture

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Baroque & rococo architecture by Henry A. Millon
Chinese and Indian architecture; the city of man, the Mountain of God, and the realm of the immortals by Nelson Ikon Wu
Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture by William L. MacDonald
Gothic Architecture by Robert Branner
Greek Architecture by Robert L. Scranton
Japanese architecture by William Alex
Medieval Architecture by Howard Saalman
Modern Architecture by Vincent Joseph Scully
Pre-Columbian Architecture by Donald Robertson
Renaissance architecture by Bates Lowry
Roman architecture by Frank Edward Brown
Western Islamic architecture by John D. Hoag
Great Ages of World Architecture [8 Books] (Baroque & Rococo Architecture, Modern Architecture, Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Early Christian & Byzantine Architecture, Japanese Architecture, Renaissance Architecture, Roman Architecture) (Great Ages of World Architecture) by Robert Brannermultiple
The Great Ages of World Architecture Special Boxed Edition 12 Volumes in 3 Slipcases by Variousmultiple
The Great Ages of World Architecture: Greek, Early Christian & Byzantine, Medieval, Renaissance (4 volume set) by Robert L. Scrantonmultiple
The Great Ages of World Architecture: Roman, Gothic, Baroque and Rococo, Modern (4 volume set) by Frank E. Brownmultiple

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