The roman concept of planning the city is also witnessed in so many cities around the globe. There was widespread structure building in cities by the Romans as it is the case in western world. The Romans used a very well planned grid to build both colonial and military towns. There was the concept of what an ideal town should be, and Romans planed it very well as it is seen today. In Washington DC for example, there is much borrowed from the roman’s concept of an ideal city. Today, the theaters development is also influenced by the romans as so much seem to be borrowed from them (Raja 215-218).
It became commissioned by Agrippa Marcus in Augustus reign and reconstructed around 126 Advert by way of the emperor Hadrian. It will be encompasses a portico with columns built from considerable granite (MacDonald 38).