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Architecture in Ancient Roman

Ancient Roman architecture adopted certain aspects of Ancient Greek architecture, creating a new architectural style. The Romans were indebted to their Etruscan neighbors and forefathers who supplied them with a wealth of knowledge essential for future architectural solutions, such as hydraulics and in the construction of arches. 651 more words


The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire: A Book Review

Born to a Romanian Jewish family, Edward N. Luttwak is a celebrated author well known for his work on strategic defence. Luttwak, raised in England and Italia, is a John Hopkins doctoral graduate. 1,467 more words