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What architectural term was applied by the Romans to any public building built in a rectangle twice.....................

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What architectural term was applied by the Romans to any public building built in a rectangle twice as long as it was broad with an internal 2 storied colonnade?

posted Jan 4, 2020 by Prithvi

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Basilica

answer Jan 6, 2020 by Rajni
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