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splaying of the column at the top, a structural innovation
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splaying of the column at the top, a structural innovation
capital
object of significance in a religion
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object of significance in a religion
reliquary
column engaged with the wall
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column engaged with the wall
pilaster
large rock outcrop in Athens, where the most sacred monuments were located
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large rock outcrop in Athens, where the most sacred monuments were located
Acropolis
the diagonal path cutting through the Athenian Agora
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the diagonal path cutting through the Athenian Agora
Panathenaic Procession
the major north/south axis in the Egyptian geography
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the major north/south axis in the Egyptian geography
River Nile
spirit in Egptian culture, related to the belief in an afterlife
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spirit in Egptian culture, related to the belief in an afterlife
ka
Upper Egypt is characterized by this geopraphy
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Upper Egypt is characterized by this geopraphy
mountainous and rugged, upper banks of Nile
general name given to the 2 early civilizations centered around Mediterranean Sea
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general name given to the 2 early civilizations centered around Mediterranean Sea
fertile crescent
the device the deciphered hieroglyphics
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the device the deciphered hieroglyphics
Rosetta stone
most hierarchical part of the church, where the altar is located
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most hierarchical part of the church, where the altar is located
apse
the central aisle of the church, where the congregation is located
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the central aisle of the church, where the congregation is located
nave
the crossing arm to the cathedral
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the crossing arm to the cathedral
transept
the aisles on the side of the central nave
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the aisles on the side of the central nave
side aisles
the entry to the cathedral, facing west
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the entry to the cathedral, facing west
westworks
tall thin tapered stone
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tall thin tapered stone
obelisk
gateway to the temple, the entry
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gateway to the temple, the entry
pylon
a space filled with columns, a structural limitation for the Egyptians
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a space filled with columns, a structural limitation for the Egyptians
hypostyle hall
spaces decreasing in width and/or height
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spaces decreasing in width and/or height
telescoping
the most sacred place in the Egyptian temples
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the most sacred place in the Egyptian temples
sanctuary
must public space in the Classical Greek culture
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must public space in the Classical Greek culture
agora
a row of columns (separating interior and exterior space), the marketplace
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a row of columns (separating interior and exterior space), the marketplace
stoa
quality to be three dimensional
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quality to be three dimensional
plasticity
sacred precinct in Greek
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sacred precinct in Greek
temenos
spirit of the place
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spirit of the place
genius loci

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