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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 :''For the butterfly genus, see ''Acropolis (genus). :''For the Microsoft application framework, see ''Microsoft codename &quot :''For the most famous example of an Acropolis, see ''Acropolis of Athens. &lt Image:AthensAcropolisDawnAdj06028.jpgthumbnone500px&lt &lt clear ''Acropolis''' (Gr. ''acro,'' high + ''polis,'' city, pl. acropoleis) literally means a high city. For purposes of defense, early settlers na The word &quot The most noted example is the Acropolis of Athens&lt Because of its classical Greco-Roman style, the ruins of Mission San Juan CapistranoMission San Juan Capistrano's &quot Other parts of the world developed other names for the high citadel or alczar, which often reinforced a naturally strong site. I The term ''acropolis'' is also used to describe the central complex of overlapping structures, such as plazas and pyramids, in m Err:509 commonsAcropolis *http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/eh351.jsp?obj_id=2384 The Acropolis of Athens (Greek Government website)*http://odysseus....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CS 3304 taught by Professor Chen during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston - Downtown.
- Spring '08