What does monumental architecture imply about the cultural values and the socio-economic-political organization of the society that created it?
Monumental architecture derives from a variety of characteristics ranging from its impact and functionality to its sustainability and elegance. There are also many other factors that convey a structure as being monumental. [ Some rely on the functions that contribute to their culture while; others rely on religious and political aspects. During the Bronze Age, the main influence of monumental
architecture relied on each state’s political system. This can be seen throughout history, especially from archaic state-countries like Egypt. It is evident that in Egypt, there are monumental structures influenced by its political systems. In this paper, I will be examining what defines monumental architecture by including structures that demonstrate definitions of monumental aspects.
According to the dictionary, “monumental is an adjective that describes a structure as being massive, imposing, and great in quantity, quality, extent or degree, with enduring significance.” Monumental architecture ]
There are no new answers.