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1st century BC in architecture

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1st century BC in architecture

See also: 2nd century BC in architecture, other events of the 1st century BC, 1st century in architecture and the architecture timeline.

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Buildings

  • 62 BC - Pons Fabricius, the oldest functional stone Roman bridge in Rome, is built.
  • c. 50? BC - Pont du Gard Roman aqueduct supplying Nîmes in Gallia Narbonensis is completed.
  • c. 37 BC - Expansion of Second Temple in Jerusalem under Herod the Great begins.
  • 27 BC - Precursor to Pantheon, Rome, built and dedicated by Marcus Agrippa.
  • c. 16 BC - Maison Carrée Roman temple in Nîmes, Gallia Narbonensis, is constructed.
  • Events

  • c. 15 BC - Vitruvius writes De Architectura.
  • Births

  • 63 BC - Marcus Agrippa, Roman statesman, general and architect
  • Deaths

  • 12 BC - Marcus Agrippa
  • References

    1st century BC in architecture Wikipedia


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