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The Battle of the Styles in Britain. Introduction to A Book of Architecture Diverse and opposing agendas are pursued, both within and between different institutions, academies, and communities, including the late-sixteenth-century “stylistic battles” of Alberti and Serlio’s treatises, which were developed out of Vitruvius’s ten “books” of architecture; the pluralism of styles in the United States abthology the mid-nineteenth century that was comprised of puritanical influential theories, Gothic and French Classicism, and the new generation of American architectural theorists; and the emergence of a German architectural theory within the political disputes that led to the unification of Germany in Architecturral [End Page ] theory is therefore characterized as a discipline that is made up of dynamic discussions, which are frequently unresolved and irregular in their formation.
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