An Introduction to English Architecture (1963)

Contents
The Feudal period
The English period 1349-1485
The Early Renaissance 1485-1625
The Later Renaissance 1625-1830
The Age of Revivals 1830-1939
The Post-War period
The Era of Experiment

Glossary
abacus
abbey
abutment
academy
acanthus
acropolis
adobe
aisles
alcove
almery
ambulatory
ambury
amphitheatre
ancient lights
antefix
antefixa
apse
aqueduct
Arabesque
arcade
arcading
arch
architect
architrave
arcuated
arena
arsenal
Art Nouveau
ashlar
asymmetry
atrium
attic
auditorium
bailey
balcony
baldachin
baldaquin
balistraria
ball-flower
baluster
baptistery
barbican
barn
Baroque architecture
base
basement
basilica
bastion
batter
battlement
bay
bazaar
beak-head
beam
bed moulding
bee-hive house
belfry
belvedere
bench end
blind story
bolection moulding
boss
brace
bracket
brattice
brise-soleil
broach spire
buttress
cable moulding
caldarium
calidarium camber
campanile
canopy
capital
casino
castellation
cenotaph
chancel
chantry
chapel
chapter-house
charnel-house
chevet
chevron
Classical
cloisters
column
cornice
crenellation
crucks
crypt
curtain wall
cusp
dais
Decorated
dog-tooth
Doric
dormer
dovecot
dressings
dripstone
drum
Early English
École des Beaux Arts
Elizabethan
embrasure
entablature
entasis
façade
fanlight
fan-vaulting
fascia
Flamboyant
fluting
foil
formwork
forum
fresco
fret
frieze
frigidarium
gable
gallery
gargoyle
Georgian
Gothic
Gothic Revival
Greek Revival
groin
guttae
gymnasium
half-timber building
hall church
hammer-beam roof
hermes
hippodrome
hypocaust
hypostyle
Ionic
Jacobean
keep
keystone
king-post
lancet arch
lantern
lierne
linenfold
lintel
loggia
louvre
lozenge
lunette
lych gate
machicolation
Mannerism
mansard roof
marquise
mastaba
mediaeval
merlon
metope
miserichord
mitre
module
mosaic
motte
mouldings
mullions
narthex
nave
necropolis
newel
niche
Norman
obelisk
odeion
ogee
Order
oriel
Palladian motif
parapet
patio
pedestal
pediment
pendentive
Perpendicular
piazza
Picturesque
pier
pilaster
piscina
plan
podium
portcullis
portico
priory
quadriga
quatrefoil
quirk
quoin
rampart
rebate
refectory
Renaissance
reredos
retable
rib
Rococo
Romanesque
rostrum
rustication
screen
section
sedilia
shaft
spandrel
stalls
stilted-arch
Stuart
stucco
tabernacle
tempietto
terra-cotta
the antique
tie-bar
tracery
transepts
transoms
triforium
triumphal arch
Tudor
turret
tympanum
undercroft
vault
velarium
vestibule
volute
voussoir
weathering
window-tax
ziggurat

 

Sources Cited

Hoar, Frank. An Introduction to English Architecture. London, U.K.: Evans Brothers Limited, 1963.