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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-183

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engineering 17 to daily except on Saturday for practical study and research in all branches of Physics Architecture and Building Construction The course extends over three years and is intended to furnish full information in the theory and practice of Build- ing Construction and Architecture and in the application of the principles of Mechanics thereto In the First Year the Student is instructed in the Ele- mentary parts of these subjects In the Second Year the work is more advanced and the Third Year completes the course Occasional Students may join any or all of the classes Matriculated Student may be permitted in one year to join more than one of the classes on payment of the fees charged to the Occasional Students and with the express permission of the Dean For hours of Lectures see Time Table pp 207-210 ORDER OF THE COURSE First Year Michaelmas Term Architecture its origin early history and development including Assyrian Egyptian and dis- tinctive features of same Building Materials their structure and manufacture Stone π natural and artificial in its several varieties Sand Limestone Slate &c &c The Decay and Preservation of Stone Lent Term Greek and Roman Architecture its History Γ The live Orders Proportions Mouldings Ornament &c &c Elementary principles of Construction Ratio of Support Principles of Proportion Footings and Foundations Walls the Arch Floors &c &c Easter Term Classic Ornament Special distinctive fea- tures in Plan and Mouldings of the several Styles and com- parison of their Sculpture and Ornament Μ
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