A collection of essays examining early editions of Vitruvius' writings and all the major Renaissance architectural treatises by authors such as Alberti, Di Giorgio, Colonna, Serlio, and Palladio. The authors look at the significance of the treaty in the Renaissance, and trace its decline in the late 17th century.
|Place of Publication||London and New Haven|
|Publisher||Yale University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 1998|