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328-3 - Vocabulary/Spelling List SFL 328: History of...

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Vocabulary/Spelling List SFL 328: History of Interior Design and Architecture I Vocabulary will be cumulative and will be listed only when introduced, though it will be used in many subsequent periods. Commonly understood terms are not included here. Significant buildings from each period are included here EGYPT • post and lintel • canted walls • birds beak cornice • pylons • open/closed capital forms • incising • obelisk • mother of pearl, semi-precious stones, ivory, and gilding (gold leaf) • lapis lazuli • mortise and tenon joint • cane • Queen Hetapheres’ throne • Thebes Stool: 1883 reproduction by L. F. Wyburd • sun • scarab • vulture • lotus • papyrus • grotesque • sphinx • cartouche GREECE • Parthenon of Athens • Acropolis: Propylea, Erectheum (Porch of the Maidens) • Elgin Marbles • Ictinus and Calicrates: architects, Phidias: sculptor • truss construction • pediment • classical orders: Doric, Ionic, Corinthian • fluting • entablature: cornice, frieze, architrave • stylobate: portico • turned legs, animal legs • klismos • splat • frets: swastika • acanthus • antefix • anthemion/honeysuckle • palmette • guilloche • rinceau(x) • caryatids, atlases • arabesque • bead and reel • egg and dart • dentil trim ROME • Vitruvius: De architectura • rounded arch: barrel vault, groin vault, and dome • Maison Carree, Pantheon • podium/pedestal • engaged columns • Doric, Ionic, Corinthian + Tuscan and Composite orders • coffers • dado • pilasters • segmental pediment • niche • Pompeii and Herculaneum • atrium and peristyle
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• mosaic • fulcrum • Portland Vase • griffins • dolphins • wreaths • garlands and festoons • ribbons • union jack • fasces • bucranium (ia) BYZANTIUM • Hagia Sophia • Greek cross • pendentive • onion dome ROMANESQUE/NORMAN/GOTHIC • Latin cross • chevron • diaper pattern • nave • transept • aisles • ambulatory • apse • Gothic arch • ribbed vault • buttress • arcade • triforium • clerestory • rose window • tracery • cusp • trefoil, • quatrefoil • cinquefoil • linenfold • spire, finial, crocket, gargoyle • great hall, minstrels gallery, fire pit
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course SFL 1 taught by Professor Davidtaylor during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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