Architettura romana della fine del III e prima metà del II secolo a.C.: un linguaggio in evoluzione tra sostrato italico e influssi ellenistici
In: Bullettino della Commissione Archeologica Comunale di Roma: 120, 2020
The end of the third century BC and the first twenty-five years of the second century BCE represented an extreme relevance period for Roman architecture. The end of the second Punic war led to a growing hegemony of Rome in the Mediterranean Sea and, consequently, an increase of contacts, already existing previously but now more widespread, with the Greek-Hellenistic world. Such a situation encouraged the spread of ideas and projects, in a frame of new solutions and, therefore, the development of an architectural language characterized by a variety of elements.