Learn the short history of architecture and enjoy the beauty of gradual development of architecture with the [course_title] course.
Starting from the prehistoric to the sixteenth century, the course focuses on the history of the development of architecture covering buildings and environments. You will learn about the context of the cultural and civilizational history.
Apart from the architecture history, the course focuses on the design principles and analysis. You will able to understand the factors that affect architecture and its meanings. It may be economic, political, religious or climatic. The course started its discussion on the first societies, and gods and discussed the Greeks, Persian and Central Asia, Rome, Gothic architecture, etc.
After completing the course, you will gain a complete understanding of the history of architecture from the beginning of human civilisations.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: MIT
|lec01 First societies||00:05:00|
|lec02 The Gravettians and the hunting tradition of the north||00:05:00|
|lec03 The Holocene and the agro-pastoral emergence||00:05:00|
|lec04 Grains, animals and the village world||00:10:00|
|lec05 Cities, gods and empires||00:05:00|
|lec06 Pits and granaries the sacred section||00:05:00|
|lec07 1500 BCE After the Cataclysm Knossos and Karnak||00:05:00|
|lec08 800 BCE Iron and the New World Order Greeks, Etruscans, Assyrians||00:05:00|
|lec09 500 BCE Persia and Central Asia||00:10:00|
|lec10 Fire, water and chariots (PDF)||00:10:00|
|lec11 Buddhism Out of India||00:10:00|
|lec14 Rome (cont.)||00:05:00|
|lec15 The Americas||00:10:00|
|lec16 Early Christian transitions||00:10:00|
|lec17 Early Islam 800 CE||00:05:00|
|lec18 From Armenia to Borobudur||00:05:00|
|lec19 Early Hindu architecture||00:10:00|
|lec20 Southeast Asia and Angkor Wat||00:05:00|
|lec21 Gothic architecture Cistercians & cathedrals||00:05:00|
|lec22 Late medieval Europe Renaissance in perspective||00:05:00|
|lec23 History and time; UNESCO & cultural nationalism||00:05:00|
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