Week 1 Reading Guide
Week 1 Reading Guide ENVD 3114
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hursday September 3 2015 ENVD 3114 History of Buildings Study Guides Week 3 Asia Peters Thursday September 3 2015 Week 3 63 81 History of Buildings aedicule chaHya mandala parkara pedestal redented stupa strut a recess in a wall framed by columns supporting an entablature and pediment like a little temple front and intended as a shrine or a shelter for a statue a door window or other aperture framed by columns or pilasters and crowned with a pediment an indian buddhist cave temple or shrine carved out of a hillside with a nave side aisles and a stupa in the apse a magic diagram of the cosmos made from overlaid geometric patterns used throughout India as the basis for the plan of monumental religious structures a walled enclosure in a Hindu temple compound like a temenos temenos a sacred enclosure built to separate the ancient temple from the rest of the city a support for a column statue or urn a plan based on jogging lines like a sawtooth a Buddhist memorial mound that enshrines relics or marks a sacred site a sloping roof beam at right angles to a pitched roof surface joining a rafter to a collar beam Thursday September 3 2015 Chaitya Hall Karli 120 CE a chiseled stone Buddhist shrine or prayer hall with a stupa at one end 15 columns on each side of the nave and sculpted friezes of elephants and couples that nearly covered half the area of the Lateran Basilica in Rome Borobudur Temple Yogyakarta 800 Buddhist shrine built by the Sailendra dynasty which mimics a 3dimensional mandala resembles the size of a small pyramid in Giza and symbolizes the legendary Mount Meru home of the gods in Indian mythology Lakshmana Temple Khajuraho India 930950 AD Hindu temple built by Yashovarman and dedicated to Vaikuntha Vishnu whose structure is that of Hindu temple architecture and the plan consists of 5 vertical offset facets called rathas
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