Roman Architecture Research Paper
The baptismal hall was covered with marble and decorated with ritual inscriptions
The temple of Parthenon consists of four sections, unlike the other Greek temples. It consists of only three sections. The sections of the Temple of the Pantheon are:
- The first section, which is the entrance of pronaos and has a small depth, preceded by a gallery on 6 columns of the periodic style. - The middle and sacred section is called CELLE or NAOS. This section is located just behind the entrance. The third section is called PARTHENON, and from there comes the name of the temple.
- The fourth and final section is called OPISTHODOMOS and represents the back section of the temple which is similar to the front section of PRONAOS.
Both Pantheon and Parthenon were originally designed as temples, and Pantheon borrowed much of its exterior design from traditional Greek temples such as Parthenon. Both use 8 columns to support stutter. Both faced destruction and reconstruction, both of which used medieval