A clear picture of Roman architecture can be drawn from the impressive remains of ancient Roman public and private buildings and from contemporaneous writings, such as De Architectura (trans. 1914), the ten-volume architectural treatise compiled by Vitruvius toward the close of the 1st century BC.
Roman City Planning.
The typical Roman city of the later Republic and empire had a rectangular plan and resembled a Roman military camp with two main streets--the cardo (north-south) and the decumanus (east-west)--a grid of smaller streets dividing the town into blocks, and a wal…
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