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Unformatted text preview: style would be the Parthenon. Roman architecture has been known to be more advance when it comes to engineering and design. Roman architecture has three types of columns that it uses. One which is very common that is made in the Doric style it’s used when there was a need for support which was for heavy structures it was very plain. The second was the Ionic style this was only used when there was a demand for decoratitive ends that needed to be met. The last column was the Corinthian style this style was finer in details and was look at as superior than the other two columns. The Roman Coliseum would be an awesome and unique example of Roman Architecture. The Romans and Greek had great builders in those periods which produce awesome work that left us legacy....
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- Spring '10
- Column, Doric order, Corinthian order, Ionic order