The Similarities Between The Parthenon And The Pantheon

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The Parthenon in Athens and the pantheon in Rome are well described in the essay followed by the similarities and the differences. The two temples have well shown contradictions. The Parthenon and the Pantheon temples reflect the usage of civilization for architecture that appears the aesthetic function that mirrors the power of ingenuity. Not to forget the major difference between the Roman and Greek empire that printed a different architecture style and history around the world. The pantheon and the Parthenon are considered as old sanctuaries. The Parthenon’s history goes back before the pantheon almost six centuries. During the restoration for the pantheon in Rome, the Parthenon was made in Athens, the old lords of Greece. It was worked around 447-438 BC.

Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa was the one that made the pantheon in twenty seven B.C. the building was gifted to Pope
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The structure of the pantheon and the Parthenon were both made of 8 columns that are made to support the pediment. Also both of them had some destroying parts that were rebuilt. The both churches were along with the middle age churches. In conclusion, the religion connected, saved the pantheon from distortion and some of the Parthenon parts were stolen during the 1700s.

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The Parthenon and the pantheon temples were a symbol to the architectural advances for the early civilized cities that reflected on them. The Parthenon and the pantheon worshiped and served the need for the Greek and Romans. The location of both temples was on a high point is the city that can be easily remarked and seen and this way will be close to

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