A History of Architecture in London: Arranged to Illustrate the Course of Architecture in England until 1800

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INDEX
NOTE.--Technical terms are printed in Italics. Where there is more than one reference, the definition will generally be found on the page given first.
A
Abacus defined, 5, 15; Gothic (round), 45
Abbey, see Monastery
Abbot's House, Westminster Abbey (Deanery) (Fig. 91), 61, 92, 123. 128, 131, 132
Acanthus leaf, 7, 68
Acropolis, the, Athens, 4, 5
Adam, Robert (and his brothers), 313. 321, 336, 347et seq., 361,365
Adelphi, the, 313, 347, 348, 361
Admiralty Screen, the (Fig. 236), 313, 348, 365
Aisle defined, 20
Almshouses, 201-4, 370, 374
Alphington, 37
Ambulatory defined, 31; circular, at St Bartholomew the Great (Fig. 10), 34; and at Westminster Abbey (Fig. 64), 108; square, at Southwark Cathedral (Fig. 24), 53
Amen Corner, 358
Amorini, child-angels of Italian decoration, 178
Anthemion, 8
Apothecaries' Hall, the, 351
Apse defined, 20; at St John's Chapel, the Tower (Figs. 6 and 12), 34; St Bartholomew the Great (Fig. 8), 31; East Ham (Figs. 19 and 20), 39; Westminster Abbey (Figs. 31 and 33), 63; St Mary-le-Strand (Fig. 221), 317; St Paul's Cathedral (Figs. 178 and 179), 271
Arcade, on columns (Fig. 174), 15, 24, 254
Arch, Roman, 9; Triumphal, 12; Byzantine, 14, 15; Early Christian and Romanesque, 24et seq.; interlacing Norman (Fig. 18), 37; Gothic (pointed), 51et seq; within square frame (Fig. 87), 121; Tudor (four-centred), 105, 172; Renaissance (Figs. 153-54), 223; elliptical (Fig, 206), 300
Archer, Thomas, 313, 318, 366
Architecture, definition of, 1-3
Architrave defined, 5
Ashburnham House, Westminster, 58, 228, 242, 245, 248, 280, 365; doorways and ceilings (Fig. 169), 250; staircase (Fig. 171), 251
Assyrians, the, 3
Athens, 4
Atrium, 21
Augustinian Canons, the, 31, 44
Austin (Augustinian) Friars, 84; see under Churches
Aveline of Lancaster, tomb of, 80
Aymer de Valence, tomb of (Fig. 50), 80

B
Bailey, Inner (castle), 88
Bakers' Hall, 352
Baluster, introduction of, 219; Flizabethan (Fig. 151), 220; Inigo Jones (Fig. 171), 251; Sir Christopher Wren, 278, 310; Georgian (Fig. 229), 339
Balustrade, continuous wood (Figs. 172, 173), 252; iron (Fig. 244), 340, 349
Banqueting House, Whitehall (Fig. 162), 12, 228, 236, 367
Barber-Surgeons' Hall, Monkwell Street, 352
Barge-board (Fig. 89) 131
Barking. Abbey gateway (Fig. 85), 124, 129, 373; --- St Margaret's Church (Fig. 77), 95, 118, 214; --Town Hall, 373
Barnard's Inn, hall, 95. 196, 352; cupola (Fig. 135), 196

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