which had originated for structural a house in was but reasons some one mental concept.
After the broad outlines of this evolution traced in Americas time and matter of from the primitive house had been the various ancient and retarded cultures of Europe. could have been imagine how certain portions of this study its written whose wide if it had not been for the assistance and cooperation of Glanville Downey. Friend has listened fact that might have been an adequate aclast chapter and encouraged him to for the Syrian bema which was patiently to protect the author from the dangers endeavored and the read has manuscript mind.
and from its foundation in 1899 until his death in 1924 he was its Secretary and Director.
he was decorated in 1922 with the Grand Cross lection of now forms Legion of Honor." Thus.
THE EVIDENCE OF THE TESTAMENTUM THE PLACE OF COMMEMORATION DOMICAL CHAPELS Description of the Church of S.
During the First World War he gave eloquent expression to his wrath when his beloved cathedrals were attacked and seriously injured. This cultivated and learned gentleman devoted much of his life to an appreciation of the arts and a systematic study of the Gothic cathedrals which he particularly admired. the stimulation of intelligent cultivation of the Fine Arts.. THE MASONRY DOME AND THE MORTUARY TRADITION IN SYRIA AND PALESTINE A. At the same time he gathered a fine and rare col- books on mediaeval churches and towns in France. All of these questions can be answered in whole or in part by a study of the domical ideology which prevailed in the late architecture. there arise the questions of how these central-type what part they played in the growth of a martyria and churches were roofed and domical.