PLAN: of an Etruscan temple.Despite their Greek origins, Etruscan temples are uniquely Etruscan. The temple is frontal and axial and often has more than one cella. Etruscan temples stood on high podiums with a single central staircase.
Roman roads connected the remote corners of Europe to the heart of the Empire, the city of Rome. Road systems enabled not only the military, but also ideas, goods, and people to travel throughout Europe at a speed never experienced before.
054-AUGUSTUS-(27BC TO 98AD)-TRAJAN: Plan and section of the Octagonal room, of Domus Aurea (Golden house of Nero), Rome. Severus and Celer were two of the architects who were responsible for Domus Aurea, including octagonal room. Their works was a great contribution in the development of Roman architecture.