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How To Read Castles de Malcolm Hislop
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How To Read Castles (edició 2013)

de Malcolm Hislop (Autor)

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How to Read Castles is a travel-sized primer that takes a strictly visual approach to castle architecture, building up the reader's vocabulary of castle types, styles, and materials, and showing how these aspects can be recognized across architectural features from the floor-plan and moat, to the towers and crenulations. Focusing on the period from the 10th to the 16th century, and crusading across the globe from a Welsh motte-and-bailey to a Japanese hirajiro, this is both architectural reference and visitor guide--showing the reader how to read the stories embedded in every castle's stones. Castles once dominated the landscape as seats of power and symbols of wealth and status, providing a means of control over borders, passes, routes and rivers. Armed with this book you will be able to unpick their histories and see how they shaped the land around them. From rugged coastline defences to soaring mountain fortresses, this book takes the reader on an international journey of discovery, exploring some of the most inspiring and impressive architecture history has ever seen.… (més)
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Part of a series, including the previously reviewed How to Read a Church. A “castle” is distinguished from a “fort” by being a fortified residence; the book covers primarily European castles (and Crusader castles in the Middle East), although there’s some space devoted to Japanese yamashiro and tenshukaku. After an introduction about design and construction, each architectural feature – the great tower, the walls, the gateway, etc. – gets a chapter. Useful of you want to know when a battlement is a crenellation and the difference between a wall tower, a turret, and a bartizan. Well written and an easy read. The illustrations, all drawings, are outstanding; the bibliography is short but the book is supposed to be a small and handy. Not too much use to me in Colorado, but I suppose Bent’s Fort is arguably a castle, since it was primarily a defended residence. ( )
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How to Read Castles is a travel-sized primer that takes a strictly visual approach to castle architecture, building up the reader's vocabulary of castle types, styles, and materials, and showing how these aspects can be recognized across architectural features from the floor-plan and moat, to the towers and crenulations. Focusing on the period from the 10th to the 16th century, and crusading across the globe from a Welsh motte-and-bailey to a Japanese hirajiro, this is both architectural reference and visitor guide--showing the reader how to read the stories embedded in every castle's stones. Castles once dominated the landscape as seats of power and symbols of wealth and status, providing a means of control over borders, passes, routes and rivers. Armed with this book you will be able to unpick their histories and see how they shaped the land around them. From rugged coastline defences to soaring mountain fortresses, this book takes the reader on an international journey of discovery, exploring some of the most inspiring and impressive architecture history has ever seen.

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