Some questions about the Roman Empire?
What is a Roman forum, why is it important? What Roman Coliseum, and why important? What is a semicircular arches, and why is it important? What is a cornerstone, and why is it important? What is an aqueduct, and why is it important? Is a viaduct, and why is it important?
Forum – public space where people gathered, socialized, listened to speeches COllusseum politicians – the slang word for the Flavian Amphitheater, where the brutal entertainment occurred, as gladiatorial combat, killing animals for criminals, drills Wed Arcos battle – part of a building to a great height with small weight of the stone. In addition, the long row of arches that people come and go very quickly Coliseum Keystone – part of an arc. Aqueduct – a canal built in stone, to carry water from one place to another. Famous in many photos, it still works, is in Segovia, Spain. Viaduct – A road (for cars, horses and people who travel on foot), I think.
The Roman Forum