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Amphitheatres
Amphi- means "around" in Greek.
The amphitheatre was the place where
people went to see fights. These fights...
Dodoni was a vital center from about
2000 BC and flourished well into the
Roman times.




Orchestra: The orchestra was no...
The arch was developed in Ancient
Greece and later refined in Ancient
Rome.
Arches were used for underground
structures su...
By using the arch configuration,
significant spans can be achieved.




         MONUMENTs
Roman monuments were constructe...
The arch was usually very big and was a
prominent feature of the skyline of the
town in which it was located.
          Aq...
The Romans did not built aqueducts in
Italy only, but also in Germany, France,
Spain, and Turkey.




          BATH HOUSE...
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  1. 1. Amphitheatres Amphi- means "around" in Greek. The amphitheatre was the place where people went to see fights. These fights were between slaves, prisoners of war or criminals, and sometimes wild animals. They were usually outdoor arenas where people watched sporting events and plays. The theater was shaped with a half circle or orchestra space in front of the stage The structure was built into a hillside and the wall behind the stage structure was relatively low. To solve the problem of lighting and sound - the theaters were outdoors.
  2. 2. Dodoni was a vital center from about 2000 BC and flourished well into the Roman times. Orchestra: The orchestra was normally circular. Skene: The skene was the building directly behind the stage. Parodos: The parodos are the paths by which the chorus and some actors made their entrances and exits. Arches An arch is a structure that spans a space while supporting weight.
  3. 3. The arch was developed in Ancient Greece and later refined in Ancient Rome. Arches were used for underground structures such as drains and vaults. The ancient Romans were the first to use them widely above ground. The arch is significant because, in theory at least, it provides a structure which eliminates tensile stresses in spanning an open space. All the forces are resolved into compressive stresses. This is useful because several of the available building materials such as stone, cast iron and concrete can strongly resist compression but are very weak when tension,shear or torsional stress is applied to them.
  4. 4. By using the arch configuration, significant spans can be achieved. MONUMENTs Roman monuments were constructed using the arch and had the details carved into them.
  5. 5. The arch was usually very big and was a prominent feature of the skyline of the town in which it was located. Aqueducts Aqueducts provided water for people in a town or village. The Greek had underground canals and galleries, hewn out of the rock to lead the water to dry pastures. The Romans were the first to construct aqueducts the way we know them: • A line of arches joined together, with a channel on the top to carry water.
  6. 6. The Romans did not built aqueducts in Italy only, but also in Germany, France, Spain, and Turkey. BATH HOUSE Aqueducts provided the water to the public baths. Heated and cooled baths. Dirty water was replaced with clean water. Exercise and message rooms were available.
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