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region: Rome
period: 800 BCE — 500 CE
Search results: 5427 images
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41. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
View of the acropolis in Cumae. The foundation of the temple of Apollo and the Sacred street (via Sacra).
42. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
View of the acropolis in Cumae. The foundation of the temple of Apollo and the Sacred street (via Sacra).
43. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Trajan.
By architect Apollodorus of Damascus.
100—116 CE.
Ancona.
44. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Trajan.
By architect Apollodorus of Damascus.
100—116 CE.
Ancona.
45. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Trajan.
By architect Apollodorus of Damascus.
100—116 CE.
Ancona.
46. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Trajan.
114—117 CE.
Benevento, Arch of Trajan.
47. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Capitolium Temple (partial reconstruction).
Brescia, Municipal Forum, Capitolium.
48. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Capitolium Temple (partial reconstruction).
Brescia, Municipal Forum, Capitolium.
49. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Amphitheatre of the king Herod.
Spectators’ seats. Platform (spina).
22—10 BCE.
Caesarea.
50. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
The Flavian Amphitheatre (Coliseum) and the arch of Constantine.
Painter: Antonio Canaletto.
Christie’s Fine Art Auction House.
51. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Herculaneum: view of an area with a funerary altar and a statue to Marcus Nonius Balbus.
Herculaneum.
52. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
View of an area with a funerary altar and honorific statue of Marcus Nonius Balbus.
1st century CE.
Herculaneum.
53. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
View of the excavations of Herculaneum from modern ground level.
Herculaneum.
54. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Hall of the Augustals. Interior.
1st century CE.
Herculaneum, Hall of the Augustals (VI, 24).
55. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Peristyle of the House of Argus with the plastered Corinthian columns.
1st century CE.
Herculaneum, The House of Argus (II, 2).
56. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Ruins of the ancient circus at Constantinople.
Istanbul.
57. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Pompeii excavated to 1879 — maquette.
Scale 1:100.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
58. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Theater. Masks.
Ostia.
59. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Bakery on the Via dei Mulini.
2nd century CE.
Ostia, Archaeological site (I, III, 1).
60. 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).
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