Many people who were really good at pottery migrated from Basra ( which is located in Iraq). The pottery that they made was superbly painted. During the Abbasid Caliphate, Egypt was controlled by Ahmed ibn Tulun. Ahmed ibn Tulun was born in Samarra and always surrounded himself with luxurious object such as a lot of lusterware, Ahmed ibn Tulun would get most of is lusterware imported from Basra. In 870 BCE when Basra was disrupted, many of the artists who were really good at making lusterware, are said to have migrated to Ahmed ibn Tulun rising artistic center, this is predicted because there was a plate now in the British museum that was from around the 870 BCE, the dish was signed by Abu Nasr of Basra.
reconstructed within the eleventh century AD, the Church of Saint-Séverin had a vault that heightened the cathedral. the utmost height of the ceiling within the cathedral is concerning thirty feet, that was extraordinarily tall for that point. The Church of Saint-Séverin was 1st engineered by the Romans in round the sixth century AD, however was later restored exploitation constant styles and ideas because the Romans had within the church within the eleventh century AD. Vaults were accustomed each stabilize and heighten rooms, and were wide utilized in the traditional empire in non secular
The Babylonian Empire was one of the most powerful states in the entire ancient world. Its success lied within the government structure and agriculture. Babylonia was always a great center of culture and trade, where cultural diffusion occurred. Due to the prosperity of the empire, it attracted merchants and traders from afar to share their ideas and products. The Babylonian Empire’s government structure and the policies that the rulers put forth affected the culture, economy, and lifestyle of its people.
During Sargon’s reign, he was the first and greatest Akkadian ruler. He conquered the Sumerians and founded a vast empire from the east to north-east, with his powers felt from Egypt to India. He established his capital city, Akkade, further north in the fertile
According to Litman, T., (2004), claims that city center contain different types of functions includes financial and legal offices through banks and law offices and government institutions through courts, city parliament and rule palace. All these functions attracting more supply services because of the concentration of major number of employees such as computer stores, coffee shops, restaurants and food shops. We can also find a concentration of entertainment centers and residential districts connected to the city centre area (Litman, T., 2004) . Understanding and realizing the importance of city center area became the main concentration in the urban planning process of the twentieth century. The PPS6 (Planning Policy Statement 6) indicate that, City center is the most important part in the development plans.
The Romans also used bricks and glass. They built big, strong and beautiful structures most of which are still standing to this day. Its favorite architecture shape, which is the arch, is still being used today especially for government and capital buildings. The popularity of the architectures remained because its practical idea. Even Thomas Jefferson started a Roman revival in the United States in the 18th century,in which case, most public building for example the United States capitol and majority state capitols have Roman appearance.
THEORY OF SETTLEMENTS STRUCTURE OF SHAHJAHANABAD Submitted by, Kataru Venkata Sai B.Arch (II-C) A/2706/2014 Shahjahan's Delhi, is today more easily seen than all the Delhi's built before it. The scale on which emperor built was also of great courage, as can be noticed from the Jama Masjid and red fort. Shahjahanabad is a walled city,and some of its gates still stand. The interaction of streets of Delhi can be experienced best in and around the streets of Chandni Chowk. Ten gates are connected to the city shajahanabad.
This orientation is important because of its shared cultural impact forming a radius of significantly affective cultural motive. The Sabil-Kuttab is also known as Katkhuda Azaban, a generic term for the officer in charge of the azaban troops of the Ottoman army. This refrence is also applied on the building's facade in the form of mosaic tiles which also reflects the connection of its name and structure to Turkish roots. The building's structure is both minimal and elaborate. The minimalism is shown with the overall content of the building which is two floors one room each.
That showed that Temasek was a widely known and accepted trading port and a multi-cultural city. Advanced technology was often used in such a busy trading port. Bones and sharp stones were often used to carve intricate patterns on hand made clay pottery, after being heated with a fire. Kampongs were built Malay-style, and were often on sturdy stilts either on land or on water. Materials
Being the Demang of Merlimau, this house was built by Tukang (master builders) from Merlimau and the size of the house was also bigger than a typical Melaka house. Building Form The house has two main structures that are divided by a courtyard/laundry area. The form of the house mainly responds to the local environment as well as the culture.