1) What commonly ascribed root of Greek Revival did Maynard attempt to debunk?
To what did he attribute Greek Revivals success? Was his argument successful?
2) How did technology both encourage the rise of Greek Revival and enable the
transition away from
The Development of Architectural Surveillance in Prisons
Punishment and Madness by Toby Seddon
Page 1 first prisons started to be built in the thirteenth century, they became
an obvious place for the violent lunatic.
Page 2 by the 16th and 17
Architecture Final Study Guide
Hammerwood House, Benjamin Latrobe, England
The columns have wide cushioned capitals
NOT classical, the columns are ARCHACIC EARLY GREEK
o Like the Basilica Temple of Neptune
Not the exaggerated entasis and w
Camille Wells wrote this piece so that she could note her observations about
the landscape of Virginias Northern Neck land mass. The piece is chiefly about her
examination of pertinent documents and information related
Most of the material focused on architectural patterns in New England and
the surrounding areas. In contrast to other cities from the earlier time periods, this
section of the country still has much colonial architecture still standing. Additionally,