This lesson discusses examples of early Renaissance architecture.
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In architecture an approach that divides a system into smaller parts that can be created and used in different systems with much functionality.
A columned meeting hall in ancient Rome, later a church with columns.
A primary quality of Gothic architecture; also seen in Islamic architecture characterized by the pointed arch.