What style of architecture is distinguished by extravagant ornamentation, and applies particularly to the decadent style that flourished in Italy in the 16th to 18th centuries?
What term is used to describe Western European architectural style for the period from the late 10th to the 12th century which was identifiably Medieval and prefigured the Gothic, yet maintained the rounded Roman arch?
What fashion in French architecture had much to do with the regency of Marie de' Medici? (The greatest architects of the style were Salomon de Brosse and Jacques Lemercier.)
What is the name of the architectural style which marks some ancient and mediaeval structures, one notable one being the columns of the Parthenon?