What Is the Root Word for Architecture?

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Arcus a Latin word for arch is considered the root word for Architecture, it means ruler. Architecture refers to the procedure and product of planning, designing and construction of buildings. Earth rooted architecture refers to the practice of constructing mansions on the earth's surface and examples of earth rooted architecture are more evident in Egypt.
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Latin: arcus = arch, tegere = to build or to cover; so an architect is a person who knows how to build an arch.
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The Latin root for earth is geo. Did you also know that the Latin root for man is
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FIRST EARTH is a documentary about the movement towards a massive paradigm shift for shelter - building healthy houses in the old
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