Origins (2nd Cent. A.D.), development, Greek influences, style, cultural philosophy, homes, temples and theaters.
Though the Ancient Romans borrowed architectural forms and styles from the Ancient Greeks, in Engineering, they far surpassed the Greeks. This stemmed from the development of cement by the Romans and access to plentiful, free, slave labor. As John M. Roberts says of the Roman capacity for engineering; In engineering, the quality of their achievement is more immediately impressive. It was a source of pride to the Romans and one of the few things in which they were sure they outstripped…
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