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The Legacy of Greek and Roman Architecture
The California State Capitol is a classic example of Greek and Roman architecture.
Why do you think the Capitol uses Greek and Roman styles of architecture?
Can you identify some Greek and Roman features and American symbols?
Monterey’s Colton Hall, where the 1849 Constitutional Convention created the State of California.
Look closely at this picture
A consistent American theme: Ancient columns, triangular pediment, and the American flag.
What is the purpose of this building?
How are these columns different?
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