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Letter VII.-Grecian Orders of Architecture
Letter VIII.—Grecian Architecture not limited to the Three
Orders. Grecian Civil Building.--Grecian Architecture
Letter IX. Tuscan and early Roman Architecture.-In-
troduction of Grecian Taste at Rome.-Invention of
the Arch.-Extension of its use.-Triumphal Arch.-
Letter X.-Characteristical Differences of Exterior and In-
Letter XI.-Interior Architecture.-Grecian Circular Build-
Letter XII-Decline of Roman Architecture. - Gothic
Architecture.—Arabian or Saracenic Architecture.—
Letter XIII.—Architecture in England.-Saxon and Nor-
man derived from the later Roman.-Comparative Merits
of the Colonnade and Arcade for Interior Architec-
Letter XIX.-Sources of a new Style of Architecture.--
Introduction of the Pointed Arch into European Build-
Letter XIX-English Military and Domestic Architecture
after Edward the First.-Plantagenet Ecclesiastical Ar-
Letter XX.-Revival of Roman Architecture.—Introduc-
tion of revived Roman Architecture into England by
Letter XXVI.—Modern Varieties in Architecture p. 189
Letter XXVII.-Modern Anglo-Gothic Architecture p. 196
Letter XXVIII. -Old English Domestic Architecture p.208
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