The nave is the central part of the building, extending from the main entrance or narthex to the chancel or choir area.
Catacombs are man-made subterranean passageways for religious practice.
The cavea are the seating sections of Greek and Roman theatres and amphitheaters.
A Roman Basilica was a large public building used for various purposes such as legal proceedings, business transactions, and meetings.
Buttress is a structure of stone or brick built against a wall to strengthen or support it.
A Triumphal Arch is a type of monumental arch that was traditionally built to commemorate military victories, public works, and other significant events in ancient Rome.
In architecture, an architrave refers to the lowest part of an entablature, which is a horizontal structure that rests on top of columns or pilasters in classical architecture.
Thermae, complex of rooms designed for public bathing, relaxation, and social activity that was developed to a high degree of sophistication by the ancient Romans.
Horreum was a type of public or private warehouse used for the storage of goods and commodities in ancient Rome.
A Roman amphitheater is a large, open-air venue used for public spectacles and performances in ancient Rome.
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