ARCH1121 A History of Architectural Technology, FA2017

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    Form the year 30,000 BCE to the year 1000 AD civilization has improved greatly during this time frame. Not only was architecture built but there was knowledge gained through was built in past. For example during the Mesopotamia culture Sumerians created the first known written language which is still used until this day. The creation of mustabas were the beginning of the pyramid, where it would just be one level and not a fully completed pyramid. Later on stepped pyramids would be created until finally a pyramid would created. One famous pyramid was known as the Great Pyramid of Giza.
    During the Mycenae (1600-1200BCE) period there was an elite group organized around a judicial and executive authority. Many future civilizations would use the same form of government. The Greeks made many advancements as well there were many temples constructed as many Greekā€™s would believe that that it would be for the gods. Such as the Parthenon who was created for the goddess Athena. What was also interesting was the three Greek order such as Doric, Corinthian and Ionic. Which were more suitable for temples. In my own opinion I feel that each culture left a learning path for future generations. Through that many advancements were made.

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