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User: Which best helped the Romans create a variety of architectural structures?

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User: Art can evoke different emotions and reactions in people. Which painting was attacked by someone who didn't like abstract art?

User: The study of aesthetics deals with art criticism and art history. Which aesthetic theory focuses on design elements and organizational principles?

User: Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Pepon Osorio moved to New York to be a social worker and became an artist. What was the inspiration behind his ornate, elaborate chandeliers?

Weegy: Juan is a given name, the Spanish language version of John. It is very common in Spain (its origin) and in Spanish-speaking communities around the world. [ [ The feminine form is Juana, or Juanita on its diminutive. Juan (Mandarin pronunciation: [t?y??n]; ?, ?) is also a common feminine given name for Chinese, although Chinese given names are not fixed. "?", which is homophonic with the female name, is a division of a traditional Chinese manuscript or book and can be translated as "fascicle", "scroll", "chapter" or "volume". Typically, this is pronounced, as the Spanish name sometimes is in British locales, as two syllables instead of the one and with a voiced instead of an aspirated J. ] ]
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User: Which contemporary Latino artist has attempted to capture the folklore, spirituality, and beauty of his native Maraguez in his paintings?

Weegy: Helped the Romans create a variety of architectural structures; The proportions, technology and aesthetic of classic Greek architecture is the keystone (pun intended) of Roman architecture. [ Yes, the Romans later developed and used concrete, but without the background given to them by the Greek artists and engineers, they wouldn't have had a piazza to stand on. Concrete allowed for a greater variety, but you can't put the chicken before the egg. ]
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