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Master's Dissertation
Document
Author
Full name
Claudio Walter Gomez Duarte
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Sarian, Haiganuch (President)
Allegrette, Alvaro Hashizume
Rozestraten, Artur Simões
Title in Portuguese
Geometria e aritmética na concepção dos templos dóricos gregos
Keywords in Portuguese
Arqueologia Clássica
Arqueologia da Arquitetura Grega
Arquitetura Grega
Templos Dóricos Gregos: Geometria e Aritmética
Templos Gregos: Proporções e Módulos
Abstract in Portuguese
A concepção arquitetônica dos templos dóricos gregos é estudada na perspectiva da Arqueologia da Arquitetura stricto sensu. Verificamos a relevância e o papel que teve a aplicação da geometria e da aritmética como recursos técnicos e metodológicos para o desenvolvimento do projeto do templo dórico grego no século V a.C., visando esclarecer e estabelecer vínculos entre tais ramos da matemática e a lógica subjacente que norteou os arquitetos, tanto em projeto como nas aplicações precisas em obra. Para isso, abordarmos os fundamentos científicos da arquitetura grega a partir da análise de 10 templos clássicos hexastilos (configuração canônica da ordem dórica) fazendo um balanço crítico sobre o alcance e o limite das teorias modernas que desenvolveram modelos de interpretação para o projeto do templo dórico grego. Adotamos como ponto de partida, e referência fundamental, os artigos publicados por J. J. Coulton em meados da década de setenta, no periódico The Annual of the British School at Athens, e vamos sistemáticamente atualizando o debate apoiado nas discussões mais recentes.
Title in English
Geometry and Arithmetic in the Conception of the Greek Doric Temples
Keywords in English
Archaeology of Greek Architecture
Classical Archaeology
Greek Architecture
Greek Doric Temples: Geometry and Arithmethic
Greek Temples: Proportion and Modules
Abstract in English
The Architectural conception of the Greek Doricos temples has been studied in the perspective of the Archaeology of the Architecture stricto sensu. We had verified the role and the relevance that the geometry and arithmetic applications such as the technical and methodology resources for the design development of the Greek Doric temple in V century B.C., in order to clarify and to establish links between mathematics branches and the underlying logic that had been guiding the architects, as much in projects as in the accuracy applications for the building constructions. In a way to approach the Greek architecture scientific fundamentals from the analysis of 10 hexastilos classic temples (canonic configuration of the Doric order) making a critical balance on the limit and the reach of the modern theories that had developed interpretation models for the design of the Greek Doric temple. We adopt as basic reference and starting point, the articles published for J.J. Coulton in middle of the seventy decade, in the periodic The Annual of the British School at Athens, and systematically go bringing up to date the debate supported in the most recent discussions.
 
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