Roman Architecture: The Brilliance of the Pantheon — The Most Revolutionary Act

Lecture 9: The Most Celebrated Edifice – the Pantheon Understanding Greek and Roman Technology: From the Catapult to the Pantheon Dr Stephen Ressler (2013) Film Review Built in 126 AD under the emperor Hadrian, the Pantheon is the best preserved of all Roman buildings. The portico, which mimics Greek temples, has 40 foot high Corinthian-style […]

Roman Architecture: The Brilliance of the Pantheon — The Most Revolutionary Act

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