Building maths: the geometry of temples and churches

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Building maths: the geometry of temples and churches, and the school maths curriculum is a digital book, showing how builders in the past applied the principles of mathematics when constructing Classical and Roman temples and Anglo-Saxon, Romanesque and Gothic churches.

Included are exercises on basic geometry, as well as intermediate and advanced level instruction of specific architectural features as well as information about the historical context that influenced architectural design. The exercises are designed to produce drawings of a satisfying quality.

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