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Domestic Planning from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Centuries

Domestic Planning from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Centuries DOMESTIC PLANNING FROM THE TWELFTH TO THE FOURTEENTH CENTURIES B y P. A. FAULKNER It is the object of this paper to examine some of the remaining structural evidence for a domestic planning typology over the period covered by the 12th to the 14th centuries. Complete and unaltered examples on which such a survey may be based are rare. If, however, it can be shown that, in a number of examples, a similarity of plan form exists, then such a group as a whole may be used to provide parallels. Inevitably, in the planning of any building, the features associated with it or any part of it arise out of the function it was designed to perform. Conversely, if the form and associated features can be determined, they may provide a basis from which the purpose of the building and its various elements may be deduced. An overall analysis, therefore, of a type may be used to provide evidence of purpose, not only of individual buildings but of individual parts of these buildings from which, in turn, may be deduced the mode of living of those for whom the buildings were designed. Tw o main types are here examined, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archaeological Journal Taylor & Francis

Domestic Planning from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Centuries

Archaeological Journal , Volume 115 (1): 34 – Jan 1, 1958

Domestic Planning from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Centuries

Archaeological Journal , Volume 115 (1): 34 – Jan 1, 1958

Abstract

DOMESTIC PLANNING FROM THE TWELFTH TO THE FOURTEENTH CENTURIES B y P. A. FAULKNER It is the object of this paper to examine some of the remaining structural evidence for a domestic planning typology over the period covered by the 12th to the 14th centuries. Complete and unaltered examples on which such a survey may be based are rare. If, however, it can be shown that, in a number of examples, a similarity of plan form exists, then such a group as a whole may be used to provide parallels. Inevitably, in the planning of any building, the features associated with it or any part of it arise out of the function it was designed to perform. Conversely, if the form and associated features can be determined, they may provide a basis from which the purpose of the building and its various elements may be deduced. An overall analysis, therefore, of a type may be used to provide evidence of purpose, not only of individual buildings but of individual parts of these buildings from which, in turn, may be deduced the mode of living of those for whom the buildings were designed. Tw o main types are here examined,

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright 1958 Taylor and Francis Group LLC
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2373-2288
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0066-5983
DOI
10.1080/00665983.1958.10854132
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Abstract

DOMESTIC PLANNING FROM THE TWELFTH TO THE FOURTEENTH CENTURIES B y P. A. FAULKNER It is the object of this paper to examine some of the remaining structural evidence for a domestic planning typology over the period covered by the 12th to the 14th centuries. Complete and unaltered examples on which such a survey may be based are rare. If, however, it can be shown that, in a number of examples, a similarity of plan form exists, then such a group as a whole may be used to provide parallels. Inevitably, in the planning of any building, the features associated with it or any part of it arise out of the function it was designed to perform. Conversely, if the form and associated features can be determined, they may provide a basis from which the purpose of the building and its various elements may be deduced. An overall analysis, therefore, of a type may be used to provide evidence of purpose, not only of individual buildings but of individual parts of these buildings from which, in turn, may be deduced the mode of living of those for whom the buildings were designed. Tw o main types are here examined,

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Archaeological JournalTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 1958

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