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In page Ancient Roman architecture:

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The Romans first adopted the arch from the Etruscans and implemented it in their own building.[5] The use of arches that spring directly from the tops of columns was a Roman development, seen from the 1st century AD, that was very widely adopted in medieval Western, Byzantine and Islamic architecture.[citation needed]