Discussion Question from The Humanistic Tradition - Chapter 6 Rome: The Rise to Empire.
What aspects of the Pantheon are distinctly Roman?
How does this work compare to Egyptian works?
How does this work compare to Greek works?
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The Roman Pantheon
1) The Pantheon in Rome (126 C.E.), even with its Greek stylized Corinthian columns that adorn the portico, is a very Roman structure. The building was built by Hadrian, but it was meant to replace an original structure built by Agrippa (which is why the front of the building has written “Marcus Agrippa built it.” There is nothing more distinctively Roman than an inscription emblazoned on the front of a building....
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