Temple Architecture

Bonacasa, N; Carra, Rm; Cipriano G; De Simone, R; Mandruzzato, A; Mistretta, A; Montali, G; Vitale, E

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The Roman religious architecture of the Imperial period at Sabratha is examined, moving from an analysis of each building, with considerations about the tipology and the chronology of the buildings and evaluating the consequences on the city's urbanism.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteSabratha. A guide to the studies and investigations of the past 50 years
Pagine39-58
Numero di pagine20
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Bonacasa, N; Carra, Rm; Cipriano G; De Simone, R; Mandruzzato, A; Mistretta, A; Montali, G; Vitale, E (2017). Temple Architecture. In Sabratha. A guide to the studies and investigations of the past 50 years (pagg. 39-58)

Temple Architecture. / Bonacasa, N; Carra, Rm; Cipriano G; De Simone, R; Mandruzzato, A; Mistretta, A; Montali, G; Vitale, E.

Sabratha. A guide to the studies and investigations of the past 50 years. 2017. pag. 39-58.

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Bonacasa, N; Carra, Rm; Cipriano G; De Simone, R; Mandruzzato, A; Mistretta, A; Montali, G; Vitale, E 2017, Temple Architecture. in Sabratha. A guide to the studies and investigations of the past 50 years. pagg. 39-58.
Bonacasa, N; Carra, Rm; Cipriano G; De Simone, R; Mandruzzato, A; Mistretta, A; Montali, G; Vitale, E. Temple Architecture. In Sabratha. A guide to the studies and investigations of the past 50 years. 2017. pag. 39-58
Bonacasa, N; Carra, Rm; Cipriano G; De Simone, R; Mandruzzato, A; Mistretta, A; Montali, G; Vitale, E. / Temple Architecture. Sabratha. A guide to the studies and investigations of the past 50 years. 2017. pagg. 39-58
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