ANCIENT ART
ARCHITECTURE | ITALY | Ostia
Campus of Magna Mater
Theatre
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1. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Theater. Masks.
Ostia.
2. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Bakery on the Via dei Mulini.
2nd century CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site (I, III, 1).
3. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Theatre.
Built in 18/17 BCE by M. Agrippa, rebuilt by Commodus and later by Septimius Severus and Caracalla.
Ostia, Archaeological site (II, VII, 2).
4. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Theatre.
Built in 18/17 BCE by M. Agrippa, rebuilt by Commodus and later by Septimius Severus and Caracalla.
Ostia, Archaeological site (II, VII, 2).
5. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Theatre.
Built in 18/17 BCE by M. Agrippa, rebuilt by Commodus and later by Septimius Severus and Caracalla.
Ostia, Archaeological site (II, VII, 2).
6. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Ceres.
Late 1st cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site (II, VII, 5).
7. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Sanctuary of Attis. The apsis with reclining statue of Attis and two statue of Pan out front.
Late 2ndó3rd cent. CE.
Ostia, Sanctuary of Attis (IV, I, 3).
8. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Sanctuary of Attis. The apsis.
Late 2ndó3rd cent. CE.
Ostia, Sanctuary of Attis (IV, I, 3).
9. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Fullonica.
161ó180 CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site (V, II, 8).
10. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Public latrine (forica).
4th cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site.
11. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Public latrine (forica).
4th cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site.
12. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Public latrine (forica).
4th cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site.
13. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Public latrine (forica).
4th cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site.
14. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Model of an insula in Ostia, 2nd century CE.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
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