What is the classification of the urban morphology?

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There have been various periods of adaptation such as the Greek city-state, Roman urbanism, merchants and medieval urbanization, collegiality in the bastide, the Renaissance, the mercantile city, the industrial city, and the modern city. Eventually, we come to the class-bound city where the façade of the gentleman’s residence was the only part available to the masses. Classification of these has led to many models’s produced as a guide to urban morphology. The Burgess model is simplistic and comprehensive based on concentric circles that radiate from the core of the central business district through, light manufacturing, low-class residential, council estates commuter zone and...
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