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PLAN TYPOLOGY: SOME OBJECTIONS
THE TERMINOLOGY OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE
THE HISTORY OF VILLA CLASSIFICATION
VILLA ARCHITECTURE
WHAT IS A VILLA AND WHAT IS ITS NAME?
A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE?
WHAT CONSTITUTES A TYPE?
ORIGINS OF PLAN ANALYSIS
RELEVANCE OF VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE STUDIES
THE PRINCIPLE OF ALTERNATE DEVELOPMENT
ROOM USE
HOUSE PLANS AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE
CLASSICAL CANONS: SYMMETRY AND AXIALITY
MATTERS IGNORED
STAHL AND MAYEN
CLASSIFICATION AND ITS PROBLEMS
LAYOUT AND FUNCTIONS OF THE HALL
THE HEARTH/ENTRANCE RELATION
THE OFF-CENTRE HEARTH
RIDGE-POST HALLS
WIDE-NAVE HALLS
NAVE AND AISLES OF EQUAL WIDTH
HALL OR YARD? THE CASE OF INZIGKOFEN
HALL AND PORTICUS UNIFIED: SINSHEIM AND KINGSWESTON
DIVIDED HALLS
THE SIZE AND FORMS OF UNITS
HOUSES ENTERED AT ONE END
THE LONGITUDINAL LOBBY
LONGITUDINAL LOBBIES AND REVERSE SYMMETRY
HOUSES WITH TWO FRONT ENTRANCES
FOUR-CELL HOUSES
THE COMPACT ROW TYPE
KIRCHBERG: THREE-ROOM AND LOBBY UNITS
THE ELABORATION OF UNITS: LAUFEN-MÜSCHAG
BIERBACH: HOW MANY UNITS IN A ROW-TYPE VILLA?
LOBBY TYPES
ROOM PROPORTIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS
ARTICULATION OR SEPARATE ROOMS?
BLOCKS OF SMALL ROOMS
TRANSFORMATION OF LOBBIES
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DISPARATE UNITS
NARROW END ROOMS
END ROOMS AS BYRES?
END ROOMS ORGANISED AROUND LOBBIES
END ROOMS: INZIGKOFEN AND ITS ANALOGUES
DISPROPORTION BETWEEN THE ENDS OF THE HALL
LARGER APARTMENTS: BOCHOLTZ-VLENGENDAAL
OTHER LARGE END APARTMENTS: KINHEIM
SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ROOM GROUPINGS
DEVELOPMENT OF WIDE-NAVE HOUSES
PROBLEMATIC HOUSE TYPES
BONDORF: SMALL HOUSE OR LARGE YARD?
OTHER VILLAS OF BONDORF TYPE
THE PROBLEM OF FUNCTION
RANGES OF END ROOMS IN BROAD HALLS
YARD RATHER THAN HALL?
THE SMALLEST ROW-HOUSES?
ONE-ROOM BUILDINGS: HOUSES OR WHAT?
DOUBLE-DEPTH PLANS
BACK-TO-BACK HOUSES
THE INTERPRETATION OF DOUBLE-DEPTH PLANS
THE AXIAL CORRIDOR
THE SOCIAL BASIS OF AXIAL-CORRIDOR PLANS
BACK-TO-BACK HALLS
THE PORTICUS-WITH-PAVILIONS
PAVILIONS: THE CLASSIC FORM
WHERE WAS THE PAVILION ENTERED?
ASYMMETRICAL PAVILIONS
PRACTICAL ASYMMETRY? THE CASE OF ROTHSELBERG
ASYMMETRY AS AN EXPRESSION OF STATUS
SMALL DIFFERENCE, SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL IMPLICATION
OBLONG PAVILIONS
PAVILIONS NOT RECTANGULAR
MINIMAL PAVILIONS
PAVILIONS IN ROW-TYPE HOUSES
DETACHED WINGS OR QUASI-PAVILIONS
ONE STOREY OR TWO?
CONCLUSION
OPEN-ENDED PORTICUSES: AN EXPRESSION OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE
HIERARCHY IN PORTICUSES OPEN AT ONE END
THE ULTIMATE OPEN-ENDED PORTICUS: CSÚCSHEGY
TAPERING AND SPLAYED PORTICUSES
TWO HOUSEHOLDS: SYMMETRICAL ENTRANCES
TWO HOUSEHOLDS: PORTICUS-WITH-PAVILIONS FRONT AND REAR
PORTICUS FUNCTIONS: RECREATION
RECREATION: GHOST PAVILIONS
THE PORTICUS AS LIVING-SPACE
PORTICUS AS WORKPLACE: WIDE OR CONTINUOUS PORTICUSES
IRREGULAR YARDS
DIVIDED YARDS
COURTYARDS OF GEOMETRICAL SHAPES
TAPERING YARDS
FAN-SHAPED YARDS
SUB-TRIANGULAR COURTYARDS
RHOMBOIDAL COURTYARDS AND THE PROBLEM OF HAMBACH 512
LONG RECTANGULAR COURTYARDS
DOMESTIC COURTYARDS AND COURTYARD HOUSES
PARALLEL RANGES AND DETACHED FAÇADES
LINEAR VILLAS
RECTANGULAR FARMYARDS
PALACES
VILLAS AS SEATS OF LORDSHIP
PERISTYLE VILLAS
LUXURY VILLAS
FORMALITY AND LUXURY
LORDSHIP OR JOINT PROPRIETORSHIP?
HALL-TYPE VILLAS
SQUARE HALLS
ROW-HOUSES
ROW-HOUSE EQUIVALENTS
HOUSES WITH ONE CROSS-WING
HOUSES WITH MULTIPLE SMALL ROOMS
THE WAYS OF GROUPING BUILDINGS
L-SHAPED PLANS
FORMS OF COURTYARD AND FARMYARD
RECTILINEAR YARDS
COURTYARD VILLAS AND PERISTYLES
FORTIFIED VILLAS?
THE EVIDENCE: LIMITATIONS AND PROBLEMS
TWO-AISLED HOUSES: FORMS AND DISTRIBUTION
TWO-AISLED HOUSES: INTERPRETATION
THREE-AISLED HOUSES
SQUARISH AND TRAPEZOIDAL BUILDINGS
ROUND-HOUSES
COMPLEX HOUSES
MODES OF ROMANISATION
NATIVE TO ROMAN BY EASY STAGES: RIJSWIJK AND ST LYTHANS-WHITTON
COLLINGHAM AND RADLEY: CONTINUITY OR DISCONTINUITY?
BUILT ON DITCHES: KAISERSTEINBRUCH AND RUDSTON
REMOVAL TO A NEW SITE
ROMANISED COURTYARDS AND WOODEN BUILDINGS
AN IMPLIED FIRST PHASE IN TIMBER?
BUILDING IN STONE: EARLY HALLS
BUILDING IN STONE: ROUND-HOUSE OR ROUND PAVILION?
THE AISLED HOUSE
THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF A VILLA
SUDELEY-SPOONLEY WOOD
CHANGE IN A ROW-HOUSE: GREAT WELDON
A STABLE VILLA POPULATION
PROSPERITY WITHOUT SOCIAL CHANGE: SCHUPFART- BETBERG
A MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT
THE HYPOTHESIS
BEFORE THE ROMANS
THE EMERGENCE OF VILLAS
THE CONSOLIDATION OF SETTLEMENTS
THE DIFFUSION OF VILLA TYPES
DEVELOPMENT OF THE VILLA SYSTEM
SOCIAL CHANGE IN HALL AND YARDS
SHRINES AS A UNIFYING DEVICE
FREESTANDING SHRINES AND TEMPLES
WHY DO LARGE VILLAS DIFFER SO MUCH?
THE PROBLEM OF A STABLE VILLA POPULATION
COURTYARDS FOR KIN OR SLAVES?
THE EMERGENCE OF HEREDITARY LORDSHIP
THE END OF THE VILLA SYSTEM
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Roman Villas a Study in Social Structure

Roman Villas a Study in Social Structure

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