Principles of Roman Architecture
Mark Wilson Jones
"This is by far the best book on ancient architecture written in the last few decades, suitable both for those who think they know the field, and for those who are looking for an introduction to Roman architecture. . . . [Should] be a set text for an archaeology or art history course--there are insufficient synonyms of the word 'brilliant' to describe it."--Dorothy King, Minerva
Winner of the 2002 Alice Davis Hitchcock
Medallion and of the 2001 Sir Banister Fletcher Award
2003 284 pp. 245 b/w + 39 color illus.
Paper ISBN 10202-X $35.00/$28.00