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All papers published in this subsection are part of SGEM2018 Conference Proceedings (ISSN 2367-5659). The SGEM2018 Conference Proceedings is indexed by Clarivate Analytics, ISI Web of Science (former Thomson Reuters, ISI Web of Knowledge), EBSCOHost, ProQuest, ELSEVIER and is in the process of evaluation and indexation by SCOPUS. Every paper is registered in CrossRef database and has its own DOI (Digital Object Identifier). Papers could be also found via Mendeley, CiteULike and Google Scholar.

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RAINWATER HARVESTING IN THE TOWNS OF THE ROMAN PERIOD (Papers SGEM2018)

I. Kozlowska
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper deals with the issue of collecting rainwater in Roman times on the example of two cities: Termessos and Phaselis. These cities are ruins located in the coastal area of the Antalia district in Turkey (Antalya Province in Turkey). In the 1st c. B.C. the Pisidian Termesoos and (...)


ALCHEMY OF THE RENAISSANCE TODAY: TRADITIONAL APPROACH FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF TOPOLOGY (Papers SGEM2018)

V. Vinokurov, M. Vorontsova
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Alchemy is oriented towards ‘tradition’, and the latter can be understood very widely, including myths, superstitions, legends, parables. Any tradition at a certain level of development, in order to take the next step, turns to the study of itself, realizing the reflection of its (...)


ALCHEMY OF THE RENAISSANCE TODAY: SCIENTIFIC-EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC-HISTORICAL APPROACH (Papers SGEM2018)

V. Vinokurov, M. Vorontsova
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The scientific-educational approach, combining the educational point of view with the scientific criticism of the educational approach, was formed, oddly enough, in the study of alchemy, and views the latter as a stage in the development of chemistry. It is this approach which (...)


THE MAGIC OF THE RENAISSANCE TODAY: BASIC APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF ALCHEMY AND ITS DIRECTIONS (Papers SGEM2018)

V. Vinokurov, M. Vorontsova
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Alchemy in modern consciousness ceased to be perceived as a scientific fallacy. This perception is due to the diversity of approaches to studying alchemy. The purpose of the article is to present the diversity of historically developed approaches to studying alchemy. The article (...)


"VEMA - ITALIAN THEORY OF A PERFECT CITY FROM YEAR 2006; CONTEMPORARY URBAN UTOPIA, OR REAL CONCEPT OF MODEL OF CITY OF FUTURE?" (Papers SGEM2018)

P. Fiuk
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In history of architecture and urban planning, there are examples of theoretical projects that had much higher impact on history of building construction art than actual buildings realized by authors of such theoretical projects. During 10th Architecture Biennale in Venice, in 2006, (...)


DOMESTIC INTERIOR IN THE EARLY RENAISSANCE AND ITS PICTORIAL DEPICTION (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Pazdur-Czarnowska
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT At the beginning of the XVth Century Europe was stepping away of the sacred, humanism was sweeping through the continent, starting with the Florentines and Venetians. Thus far, art had been acceptable as made for the glory of God. It is said that, at that time, the most noble art was (...)


FORMATION OF CITIES IN THE COURLAND AND SEMIGALLIA DUCHY DURING THE 16TH – 17TH CENTURY UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ITALIAN AND POLISH RENAISSANCE URBAN PLANNING TRADITIONS (Papers SGEM2018)

S. Ozola
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In the Roman Empire, roads were built for trade communications: one of the branches, which took over the Alps, was called Via Sucinaria Romana and it reached the south-east coast of the Baltic Sea, where the Balts’ tribes lived. In the 13th century, German knights subjugated the areas (...)


INFLUENCE OF THE LOCAL BUILDING TRADITION ON RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE IN ROYAL PRUSSIA (Papers SGEM2018)

P. Samol
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Contrary to the southern Europe the first signs of Renaissance in northern parts of the Holy Roman Empire as well as in Poland and Lithuania might be observed only at the beginning of the 16th century. Initially, they were created by Italian teams which came from Florence, Rome and (...)


ERRORS IN RENAISSANCE ARCHITECURAL TRANSLATION (Papers SGEM2018)

D. Sedzicki
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT This paper considers error mechanics in architectural translation and representations. The investigation is based on two examples. First situation describes Italian architect Giacomo Leoni and published by him in instalments the first complete English language edition of Palladio’s I (...)


THE INFLUENCE OF THE FLORENTINE RENESSANCE ON THE ARCHITECTURE OF POLAND IN THE SPHERE OF IDEAS, FORMS AND DETAILS (Papers SGEM2018)

J. Arlet
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The article draws attention to the social transformation in the fourteenth century and the beginning of the fifteenth century in Florence. During this time, the position of the guild gradually decreased, and the wealth and importance of patricians grew. The increase in the financial (...)


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