History of Architecture I - ARP 313

History of Architecture I exposes the student to the genesis of the aesthetic phenomena with respect to the human needs, and explains development of the sequence and the innovations in Architecture through history pertaining to the "spirit of time". The History of Architecture I is a survey and analysis of the architectural production of the prehistoric era, ancient Egypt, the ancient Near East, Greece, and the Roman Empire. Prerequisite: ENL 105, ENL 110.