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Week 2: Greek and Roman Architectural Influences 9 9 unread replies. 11 11 replies. This week you will read and learn about architectural influences from Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. What are some of the main features of these architectural styles? Use examples from the text or the digital fieldtrip archives to help support your answer. Please remember to provide images and citations to help illustrate your points. o o Hi Professor and class; This week the Greek and Roman architects widely opened my eyes. Its styles had amazed many generations from all around of the world. According to the text book, “Classical Greek architecture is composed of three vertical elements—the platform, the column, and the entablature—which comprise its elevation. The relationship of these three units is referred to as the elevation’s order.” (Sayre, 2013, p 51). These styles are mainly divided into three orders, Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian, everyone has its own specific design to distinguish each other. Doric style columns are the most plain of the four columns also called the simplest Style of

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