"The classification of objects, structures, or specimens by subdividing observed populations into a theoretical sequence or series of groups (types) and subgroups (subtypes) according to consideration of their qualitative, quantitative, morphological, formal, technological, and functional attributes. Once established, typological sequences are often used as a surrogate chronology or culture history." (The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology. Oxford Univ.Pr., 2002. Oxford Reference Online UCB Only.)
Use these terms as subject words or keywords to find additional publications. Terms designated "LC" are official Library of Congress subject terms which can be used in searching OskiCat and Melvyl, the library catalogs, and may also be useful as subject or keywords in searching periodical indexes.
Architectural theory (LC)
Garden Structures (LC)
[type of structure, e.g., Plazas] (LC)
[type of building]--Typology