Lecture 1 - Making England in the Shadow of Rome, 410-1130

A History of English Architecture

Gresham College

When the English nation rose out of the ruins of the Roman Province of Britannia, people remained obsessed with their Roman past. Seismic social and political change in 1066 barely upset the vision of patrons and architects and Rome remained England's cultural capital driving the imagination of its architects.

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Lecture 3 - Coming of Age, 1408-1530

A History of English Architecture

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Lecture 10 - Michelangelo, The Dying Slave and The Rebellious Slave, 1513-1515

1500~1600: End of the Renaissance and the Reformation

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Lecture 16 - Manet, The Balcony, 1868-1869

1848~1907: Industrial Revolution II

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Lecture 13 - Nicola and Giovanni Pisano, 1260-1301

400~1400: Medieval Era

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