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region: Rome
period: 800 BCE — 500 CE
Search results: 5427 images
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81. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tomb of the Flavii.
Northwestern part of Necropolis outside the Nucerian gate.
50—30 BCE.
Pompeii.
82. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tomb of the Flavii.
Northwestern part of Necropolis outside the Nucerian gate.
50—30 BCE.
Pompeii.
83. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Niche of calidarium.
1st century CE.
Pompeii, House of Menander, I 10, calidarium.
84. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Palestra. A floor mosaic “Athlets” in the corridor.
1st century CE.
Pompeii, VIII. 2. 23.
85. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Palestra. Entrance from vicolo della Regina to a gym.
1st century CE.
Pompeii, VIII. 2. 23.
86. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Palestra.
1st century CE.
Pompeii, VIII. 2. 23.
87. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Double seat (bisellium) of Marcus Olconius Fufus in the Grand Theatre of Pompeii.
1st cent. CE.
Pompeii, VIII. 7. 20.
88. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Grand Theatre.
3rd—2nd cent. BCE.
Pompeii, VIII. 7. 20.
89. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Portico with triclinia of the Moregine complex (villa of the Sulpicii).
Mid-1st. cent. CE.
A model.
Pompeii, Palestra Grande.
90. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Apollo.
2nd century BCE.
Pompeii, Temple of Apollo.
91. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
92. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
93. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
94. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
Consecratory inscription on architrave.
CIL XI 365.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
95. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
Corinthian capital.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
96. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
Corinthian capital.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
97. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
The southeast side.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
98. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tiberius Bridge across the River Marecchia (Ariminus).
14—21 CE.
Rimini.
99. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tiberius Bridge across the River Marecchia (Ariminus).
14—21 CE.
Rimini.
100. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tiberius Bridge across the River Marecchia (Ariminus).
14—21 CE.
Rimini.
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