How Architecture Has Changed Over the Years
  • Ancient era

    We can define this era from the earliest records of Egyptian architecture to the mid-2nd and 3rd century based on the style and purpose.

  • Early Romanesque era

    tarting sometime in the 5th century A.C., when the Roman empire started to incorporate more and more civilizations, we detect a shift in the focus – the first major churches.

  • Medieval era

    This period was all about serving the purposes of the rulers and the clerics which is why the ecclesiastical architecture peaked.

  • Enlightenment era

    Symbols and details were all the rage and the religious purpose was still there.

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