The architectural styles start its history from 6000BC.

Neolitic, Sumerian, Ancient Egyptian architecture, Assyrian, Ancient Greek and Roman, Byzantine and Moorish were architectural styles during the period between 6000 BC and 1000 AD.

The next milestone of architectural styles is period between 1000 and 1750.

Architectural styles in period 1000 to 1750

Romanesques
Norman
Gothic
Early English Period
Decorate Period
Brick Gothic
Perpendicular Period
Renaissance
High Renaissance
Spanish Colonial
Mannerism
Elizabethan
Baroque
Jacobean
Pallariarism
Roccoco
Enlgish Baroque
Georgian

Architectural styles in the period between 1750 and 1900

Neoclassical
Gothic revival
Adam style
Pombaline style
Federal architecture
Italianate
Empire (style)
Remanesque revival
Greek revival
Moorish Revival
Biedermeier
Tudorbethan
Victorian
Jacobethan
Romaneque revival
Queenslander
Egyptian revival
Chicago school
American Renaissance
Swiss chalet style
Arts and Crafts movement
Beaux-Arts
Second Empire
Queen Anne Style
National Park Service Rusti
Shingle Style
Richardsonian Romanesue
Garden city movement
Praire style
Jungensti
Art Nouveaus
American Craftsman
Modernisme
City Beautiful movement
Colonial Revival
Mission revival style
Pueblo style
Regency architecture
American Empire (style)
Neo-Grec

We will try to review all mentioned above styles, its characteristics and orient a reader for typical details of each style in architectural elements. If you are interested in collecting architectural elements, this could help you and guide you through elements offered on the antiques and collectibles market.

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