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Chart created depicting the lack of hierarchy and the mutual influence of Vitruvius' architecture principles. 

Chart created depicting the lack of hierarchy and the mutual influence of Vitruvius' architecture principles. 

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After supporting Marc Antony in the Battle of Actium (31 B.C.), King Herod, fearful of losing his power, went to Rome, apologized to Augustus and assured him that he was his biggest supporter. Augustus, giving Herod an opportunity to redeem himself, allowed him to return to Judea as King of the Jews. In an effort for Herod to express his continued...

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... more, Vitruvius teaches that there is no particular hierarchy ( figure 2). As previously mentioned, every principle needs the other in order to accelerate to its fullest potential. ...