Stambena arhitektura i kultura stanovanja u kasnoj antici na teritoriji Srbije
Mirić, Aleksandra A.
Faculty:Универзитет у Нишу, Грађевинско-архитектонски факултет
Kurtović Folić, Nađa
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The research topic of this thesis refers to residential buildings and residence culture in late Ancient Rome Classical antiquity period on the territory of the present-day Republic of Serbia. Research goal is to reconstruct residential architecture and culturefrom the Ancient Roman period on this territory, based upon analyses of preserved residential architecturestructures,identification of architectural elements’characteristics, creation of residential buildingstypology, as well as analyses of residential urban zones, links between buildings and urban centers and infrastructure network. Through comparative analysis of spatial structure, functional, constructional and decorative elements, as well as characteristics of late Roman antiquity buildings on the territory of Serbia with residential buildings from other territories of Roman Empire, their specific values and dominant influences have been identified. Systematized data on residential buildings and reconstruction of residential culture
on this territory allows further valorization of findings in comparison to other areas of Roman Empire. It also explains different typesof late Antiquity residential buildings occurrenceand their influence on later development of architectural forms. Collected and processed information, along with recommendations for preserving the fund of antique residence program as architectural heritage, has been transformed into bilingual database available to new generations of researches worldwide.View More
Keywords:stanovanje; residence; kultura stanovanja; stambene zgrade; stambena arhitektura; kuća; rezidencijalna arhitektura; kasna antika; graditeljsko nasleđe; cultural residence; residential buildings; residential architecture; house; late antique period; architectural heritage