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Is anyone doing the OYC Roman Architecture course currently? If so just say, it would be good to talk about this!

History of Art - Roman Architecture
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I'm taking it as a high school course for a 1/2 credit! Isn't it amazing? I love how we can see the transitions from Roman structures to our own modern ones. It's not a typical art course.
Hey, it's cool to speak to a fellow student on this! Which part of the course are you up to? And if you're doing this through school - how is it assessed?
I'm taking Classics again this year in high school and we are learning about Roman Architecture right now.

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yes, i am an architecture student in NYC-i have taken arch history courses, but the detailed information Prof. Kleiner presents is fascinating-i wish i had the monument list with all of the terms and photos
I know this thread is from a year ago, but I'm taking the course too! Now that time has passed, will you tell me how you like the course?

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