1.26 LARCH 060

1.26 LARCH 060 - LARCH 060 Tuesday, January 26th, 1999...

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LARCH 060 Tuesday, January 26th, 1999 Announcements: none Lecture notes: ANCIENT ROME. ....CONT.: Applications: Ancient Rome was a place of considerable material comfort Had large, public baths for socializing, reading, sunbathing, exercise, etc. .. Developed the dome such as the Pantheon which was a temple for all gods of Rome. The Pantheon is the oldest dome and it is still intact Dedicated central open space to be a place of learning Forum areas had a dramatic sense of majesty Symmetric and monumental impacts on landscape Homes were very orderly also Domus City Houses = city homes, like refuges, which were somewhat crowded. These homes had many slaves working. Also contained gardens (atriums) and public latrines These domus houses expanded the sense of the outdoors The rooms showed the materialistic view of Roman life Some began to think that the city life wasn't too great so they built Villa Rustica which was the simple, modern country home
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