Colonial Revival architecture

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  • Sacred Geometry In Cathedrals

    around the 12th century and continued to grow in popularity until the 16th century (Prina 1). A highly recognizable feature of gothic cathedrals are the use of flying buttresses - exterior structural support with connecting arches. Gothic Cathedral architecture was used to connect the “mathematical nature of the universe” (Ramzy 135) to the divine heavens. Three excellent examples of this include the Sagrada Familia Basilica, the Milan Cathedral, and the Notre Dame Cathedral. I will be analyzing…

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  • How Did The Roman Influence Greek Architecture

    accomplished great feats in architecture. Wither it was the useful aqueducts or the substantial Circus Maximus many of the ancient Romans Architectural accomplishments are often forgotten. Although the roman influence can still be seen in our day to day lives, they are preserved in the Romanesque style of architecture. The end of the Roman Empire had a huge influence on the architecture throughout the middle ages, this influence can be seen thought the development of religious architecture. I…

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  • Kupperman's Roanoke Chapter Summary

    To begin, I will say that I agree with many of Kupperman’s deductions in regards to the conflicting aims of investments in colonial interests. The drive to tangibly and quickly profit the mother country, England in this case, above all other concerns is something that would transfer from Privateering to trade regulations and embargoes in later history and is consistent with the attitudes of the time. It is no great leap in logic to say that the interest of Roanoke where not well served by its…

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  • The Puritan And Colonial Period

    Puritan and colonial The colonial times were very different from what they are today, they were ripe with superstition and religion where people were expected to be active in the church and Complex writing was avoided and often simulated the bible. Most literature of the time was influenced by religious writings. The Puritan/ Colonial time period took place from 1492 to 1800, this time period has four distinct characteristics: Narrative Traditions, Opportunity for Freedom, Government and…

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  • Enterprise Architecture Vs TOGAF

    more effective and produce positive results? That is what an Enterprise Architecture (EA) is for! The Meridian-Webster dictionary defined EA as a conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization with the intent to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives. This paper presents a comparison between two of the most popular Enterprise Architecture, TOGAF and FEAF. Are these two frameworks any different? Are they…

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  • The Importance Of Software Architecture

    28]. It provides a solid foundation which the complex structure of software is built on after considering key scenarios, common problems of designs and long term effect of decisions taken in selecting the architecture [13]. 2.1.2 Architectural Design This applies to all architectures, most of the time the genre(category) of the software dictates the architectural approach to be considered, some of the genres are artificial intelligence, commercial and non-profit, communications,…

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  • SOA Case Study

    corporate and computational possessions (primarily organizations, applications and data) on plea to attain the anticipated outcomes for service customers (which can be end users or other facilities) [Valipour et al., 2009]. As a new type of software architecture, SOA provides a blueprint to software reuse, of enterprise system along with its integration issues. With the emergence and the rapid development of web-based technologies, SOA has been paid an increasing attention and gained a wide…

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  • Federal Enterprise Architecture Analysis

    1.Introduction: Mainly, in every organization enterprise architecture plays an important role because an organization must maintain a plan of its operations of current and future potentially. Importantly, the enterprise architecture provides the information about how the hardware, software, and network work together. Correspondingly, the architecture provides an outline of the organization goals and documentation of the process, the technical implementation which allows the for the organization…

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  • Blackbeard: The Historiography Of The Atlantic World

    Historians see the creation of networks that facilitated trade and communication as an organic process where colonial merchants built trade networks through ties of kinship and trust, forming the foundation of a new economic system that motivated the individuals and nations alike. For colonial merchants, the preservation of trade was vital. Merchant networks were complex and robust systems that allowed individual merchants the freedom to conduct business…

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  • The Prince Arjuna Summary

    someones social and political image. With the emergence of major Hindu architecture, we have physical evidence of the evolution of mans relationship to god and gods, or so it would appear. This relationship to god seemed to change cross religions into a more specific devotional practice that now had elaborate centers at which one could properly focus their devotion. This can be explained by looking at the development of architecture and mathematics and at the organization of governments and…

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