- Roman art reflects their ambitions and monuments reflect the glory of the gods and government
- Roman architecture is famous for the arch, the vault, and the use of concrete.
- Roman paintings are few yet we have well preserved first, second, third, and fourth styles from Pompeii.
- The Romans had a great interest in the height of Greek art and continued to make many copies of Greek sculptures.
- The Romans also move away from cremation and begin to have burials. Roman royalty are still cremated. Funerary practices may start to reflect the influence of Christianity and other Eastern religions that believe in an afterlife.
Head of a Roman Patrician
House of the Vettii
Painting styles (1-4)
Pont du Gard
City of Petra
Arch of Titus
Spoils of Jerusalem
Triumph of Titus
Forum of Trajan
Column of Trajan
Marcus Aurelius Equestrian statue
Arch of Constantine
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