Table of contents for A global history of architecture / Francis D.K. Ching, Mark Jarzombek, Vikramaditya Prakash.

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Contents
vii Preface
ix Color Portfolio
1 Introduction
5 3500 BCE
8 Beginnings of China?s Civilization
11 Early Indus Settlements
13 Predynastic Egypt
15 Mesopotamia
22 European Megalithic Tombs
25 2500 BCE
28 Indus Ghaggar-Hakra Civilization
32 Early Empires of Mesopotamia
37 Egypt: The Old Kingdom
45 Megalithic Temples of Malta
47 Stonehenge
50 First Civilizations of the Americas
53 1500 BCE
56 Egypt: The New Kingdom
64 Hittite Empire
67 Minoan Civilization
71 Mycenaean Civilization
75 Civilization of the High Andes
78 Poverty Point
79 Shang Dynasty China
81 800 BCE
84 The Olmecs
88 Chavin de Hu ntar
90 Zhou Dynasty China
93 Varanasi: The Aryan Conquest
95 Etruscan Civilization
100 Greece: The Geometric Period
104 Temple of Solomon
105 Kingdom of Kush
107 Neo-Assyrian Empire
109 400 BCE
112 Achaemenid Dynasty
116 Classical Greece
130 Early Hellenic Age
138 Advent of Bhuddism
140 China: The Warring States Period
143 Late Olmec Centers
145 0
148 Republican Rome
154 Augustan Rome
157 Post-Augustan Rome
162 Imperial Rome
164 Mahayana Buddhism
173 Taxila: The Gandharan Cosmopolis
174 Qin Dynasty China
180 Shaft Tombs of Teuchitl n
185 200 CE
188 Roman Empire
206 Zoroastrian Fire Temples
209 Buddhism of the Satvahanas
211 The Kushan
213 Han China
215 The Moche and Nazca Civilizations
218 Teotihuac n
222 Ohio?s Hopewell Mounds
223 400 CE
226 Hindu Renaissance
232 Kushans of Bamiyan
233 Establishment of Chinese Buddhism
237 Emergence of Christianity
243 Post-Constantinian Age
248 Zapotecs of Oaxaca
252 Kofun Period: Japan
253 600 CE
256 Maya of the Yucatan
259 Tiwanaku
260 Age of Justinian
268 Armenian Architecture
271 Ries of the Temple Kingdoms
276 The Sui and Tang Dynasties
278 Nara Period: Japan
283 800 CE
286 Chang?an, the Tang Capitol
290 Korean Buddhism
291 South Asian Hindu-Buddhism
297 Indonesia at a Crossroads
300 Hindu Kingdoms of Cambodia
302 Construction in Southeast Asia
303 Rise of Islam
311 Carolingian Empire
315 Byzantine Empire
318 Pueblo Bonito
320 Maya City-States
323 1000
326 Rise of Rajput Kingdoms
340 Song Dynasty China
344 Pure-Land Buddhism
345 Seljuk Turks
352 The Fatimids
353 Almoravid Dynasty
354 Byzantine Revival
356 Ottonian Germany
359 The Normans
364 Pilgrimage Churches
366 Italian City-States
369 Medieval Scandanavia
370 Kievan Russia
372 Mayan Uxmal
374 Native Americans of Cahokia
375 1200
378 Khmer Vrah Vishnulok
382 Kingdom of Pagan
384 Kamakura Japan
386 Southern Song Dynasty
390 Delhi Sultanate
393 The Hoysalas
395 African Kingdoms
397 Europe: The High Middle Ages
408 Republic of Novgorod
409 Nasrid Sultanate
412 Toltec Empire
415 1400
418 The Mexica: Tenochtitlan
424 Nomadic Invaders
425 Ming Dynasty China
429 Joseon Dynasty
430 Muromachi Japan
432 Timurid Dynasty
434 The Deccan Sultanates
437 Ottoman Empire
441 Mamluk Sultanate
443 Republic of Venice
448 Italian Renaissance
461 French Chateaux
463 1600
466 Tokugawa Shogunate
471 Voyages of Zheng He
472 The Mughals
481 Spanish Conquest of America
485 Italian High Renaissance
496 Place Royale
497 Elizabethan England
500 The Kremlin?s New Churches
502 Baroque Italy
509 The Dogons of Mali
511 Architecture of the Eurasian Power Bloc
535 1700
538 Colonialism
544 The French Culture of Empire
554 England: House of Stuart
559 Spread of the Baroque
566 Georgian Architecture
571 Qing Dynasty China
574 Edo and The Kyoto Odoi
576 Choson Dynasty
577 Nayaks of Madurai
579 The Mallas of Nepal
580 End of the Mughals
583 1800
586 Qianlong Emperor
589 Neo-Classicism
606 Japan: The Edo Period
608 Romantic Nationalism
613 Shakers
617 Greek Revival
619 Synagogues
621 Viollet le Duc
625 Wat Pra Kaeow
627 1900
630 London Metropolitan Board of Works
632 World?s Fairs
635 National Museums
637 Colonial Bombay
638 ¿cole des Beaux-Arts
644 Arts and Crafts Movement
646 The Indo-Saracenic
648 Dutch Kampung
651 Shingle Style
652 The City Beautiful Movement
653 Rise of Professionalism
654 Skyscrapers
657 Art Nouveau
663 International Beaux Arts
665 Colonial Africa
666 The Deutsche Werkbund
672 Expressionism
677 De Stijl
679 Russian Constructivism
682 Bauhaus
687 1950
690 Modernism
746 Postmodernism
749 The Postmodern Museum
750 The Postmodern Postcolonial World
753 Globalization
xxx Glossary
xxx Bibliography
xxx Photo Credits
xxx Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Architecture -- History.