- the cases of Miletus and Priene
The main objective of this thesis is to investigate how works of public architecture, both alone and as components of the general urban layout, were related to the selfperception and identity of the ancient Greek polis community. And further, how the gradual evolution and change of this identity affected the history and associations of the buildings and the overall appearance of the city.
The study concentrates on the Classical and Hellenistic periods with emphasis on the process of...Expand abstract
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Public architecture and civic identity in classical and Hellenistic Ionia
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