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- Rome redux: the tetrarchic renaissance [Roman Architecture]
- Kleiner, Diana E. E.
- Educação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Arquitetura e Urbanismo
- Presents part of course, Roman Architecture , when Professor Kleiner characterizes third-century Rome as an "architectural wasteland" due to the rapid change of emperors, continuous civil war, and a crumbling economy. Professor Kleiner begins with Diocletian's commissions in Rome--a five-column monument dedicated to the tenth anniversary of the formation of the Tetrarchy, the restoration of the Curia or Senate House, and the monumental Baths of Diocletian. Professor Kleiner concludes with the villa on the Via Appia in Rome belonging to Maxentius, son of a tetrarch, and the main rival of another tetrarch's son, Constantine the Great
- Educação Superior::Linguística, Letras e Artes::Artes
- Yale University, Open Yale Courses
- Educação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Arquitetura e Urbanismo::História da Arquitetura e Urbanismo
- Classical architecture
- Roman empire
- Educação Superior::Linguística, Letras e Artes::Artes::História da Arte
- To study which characterizes third-century Rome as an "architectural wasteland" due to the rapid change of emperors
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