Greek and Roman Architecture

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Greek and Roman Architecture Roman architecture developed from an understanding of the Hellenistic architecture of Greece. However, Roman architecture shows the influence of the development of new engineering skills and secular monuments (UNRV.com), whereas Greek architecture showed more the influence of gods and ideas of physical perfection in the development of their architecture (UNRV.com). The Romans developed not only new ways to build more efficient buildings but also an entirely different purpose for the building to be built (UNRV.com). While still showing the
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