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Study Guide #1 ARCH 250 FALL 2010 STYLES: Gothic Byzantine Later Byzantine Islamic China and Japan Early Renaissance High Renaissance Late Renaissance Renaissance in France Baroque in Italy The Baroque in France The Baroque in England PROJECTS/ARCHITECTS/DATES/ LOCATIONS: King’s College Chapel 1446 - 1515 Cambridge, UK Milan Cathedral 1386 Milan, Italy Piazza del Campo Siena, Italy Doge’s Palace Venice, Italy Piazza San Marco Venice, Italy S. Marco Domenico I Contarini 1617 Venice, Italy Hosios Lukas Boeotia, Greece Church of the Raising of Lazarus 1391 Kizhi, Russia Church of the Nativity of the Virgin 1593 Novgorod Raising of Lazarus Church 1391 Kizhi, Russia Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior 1714 Kizhi, Russia St. Basil the Blessed Barma & Posnik 1554 Moscow, Russia Alhambra 1362 & 1391 Granada, Spain Taj Mahal 1630 - 1653 Agra, India Friday Mosque of Isfahan Isfahan, Iran Masjid-i-Shah of Isfahan Isfahan, Iran Ismail Samani Mausoleum 892 - 943 Bukhara, Uzbekistan Gur-e Amir 1403 - 1405 Samarkand, Uzbekistan Bibi-Khanym Mosque 14th Century Samarkand, Uzbekistan “Pagoda” of Fogong Temple 1056 Shanxi province, China The Tianluokeng “tulou” group Fujian, China Chang’an 6th Century China The Forbidden City 1406 - 1420 Beijing, China
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course ARCH 250 taught by Professor Jasminebenyamin during the Fall '10 term at Texas A&M.

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