The reconstruction of the Tabularium and of the monumental complex, located at the bottom of the Capitolium. Detail
(The new rostra, Milliarium aureum, the temple of Saturn, the temple of Vespasian and Titus, the arch of Septimius Severus, the Mundus, the temple of Concord, the Tabularium.)
Painter: Constant Moyaux. 1866.
Indian ink, water-colour.
Paris, National Fine Arts High School

The reconstruction of the Tabularium and of the monumental complex, located at the bottom of the Capitolium. Detail.

(The new rostra, Milliarium aureum, the temple of Saturn, the temple of Vespasian and Titus, the arch of Septimius Severus, the Mundus, the temple of Concord, the Tabularium.)
Painter: Constant Moyaux. 1866.
Indian ink, water-colour.

Paris, National Fine Arts High School

Credits:
© Image, text: Klod Moatti. ANTICHNYI RIM, per. s franc. I. Ionovoi. — M.: OOO “Izdatel’stvo AST”: OOO “Izdatel’stvo Astrel”, 2003, s. 6-7.
© Photo — ENSBA, Paris.
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