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Arch of Titus - Giovanni Volpato (Italian, Bassano 1732–1803 Rome), ca. 1780…
A Reconstruction of the Arch of Titus (above) and a View of the Ruins
Forum Romanum (Roman Forum) reconstruction rendering
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Slick Replica of Palmyra's Triumphal Arch Arrives in New York, Prompting Questions [UPDATED]
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Arch of the Silversmiths, Rome, 204 AD.
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Menorah Panel of the Arch of Titus, c. 81 CE, Rome. (Arch of Titus Digital Restoration Project).
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Parts of the Pantheon
A Reconstruction of the Arch of Gallienus (above) and a View of the Ruins
Detail of the recreated arch (click to enlarge)
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The reconstructed Palmyra arch in City Hall Park
The hot room of the imperial baths at Trier, Ger.
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Roman Colosseum Hypogeum
Steven Fine, La menora in Saint Peter's Square, 2017, Vatican, Photograph.
Demonstrating the augmented reality app Screenshots of the augmented reality app
Meir Gur-Arie (Horodetzky), Jewish New Year's Card, 1919. Published by Yaacov Ben Dov. (Courtesy of Ira Rezak).
close view of masonry pediment in front of circular domed room
Costume and reconstruction of the production times of the eighteenth century
Scaffolding enclosing the south-west half of the Arch of Septimius Severus, Roma.
The Triumphal Arch of Titus. Best Cities In Europe, Arch
Part of the Titus column
A Reconstruction of the Arch of Domitian (above) and View the Ruins (below
River personification (probably the Jordan) on the Arch of Titus ...
History of the Pantheon in Rome
Reconstruction of the Circus of Caracalla (above) and a View of the Ruins (
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Gravelot illustration of Aaron cutting off Titus's hand in Act 3, Scene 1; engraved by Gerard Van der Gucht (1740)
To spectators, the stadium was a microcosm of the empire, and its games a re-enactment of their foundation myths. Killed wild animals symbolized how Rome ...
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Local languages and linguistic legacy
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massive concrete dome with circular steps leading up to the open top
The Zliten mosaic, from a dining room in present-day Libya, depicts a series of arena scenes: from top, musicians playing a Roman tuba, a water pipe organ ...
Interior render of House M by Bertrand Benoit based on the design of Titus Bernhard Architekten.
Fig. 46.—The temple of Vespasian, restored.
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol. 1 - Online Library of Liberty
Luxuries were not afforded to workers in the hypogeum. They could be sentenced to fight to the death if they botched a spectacle. (Dave Yoder)
Reconstruction of the Thermae of Titus (above) and a View of the Ruins (
noticeable brick-looking arches built into the curving exterior wall of the dome room
Reconstructed statue of Augustus as Jove, holding scepter and orb (first half of 1st century AD). The Imperial cult of ancient Rome identified emperors and ...
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Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem (relief from the Arch of Titus), 81 CE. Digital Reconstruction by Yeshiva University ...
Steven Fine, Exhibition at the Jewish Museum, 2017, Rome, Photograph.
Nathan Rapoport, Scrolls of Fire, Judean Hills, Israel 1971. (Photograph by Steven Fine).
Recreation and spectacles
A Bolognese Surprise by Mary Beard
Steven Fine, “The Menorah during the Renaissance,” La menora exhibition, 2017, Vatican, Photograph.
Construction on the Flavian Amphitheatre, more commonly known as the Colosseum, began during the reign of Vespasian
Nathan Rapoport, Warsaw Ghetto Monument, Warsaw, Poland, 1948, version at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. (Photograph by Steven Fine).
Originally, the arena floor and its wooden supports could be removed to flood the space for mock sea battles. (G. Nispi-Landi, From "Roma," By Albert Kuhn)
Saint Alexander in Three Crosses Square, Warsaw, was one of many churches reconstructed after
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The second Beitang church at Canchikou, designed by the French ecclesial architect Bernard Gustave Bourrières
The mausoleum of Theodoric the Great in Ravenna
Reconstructed peristyle garden based on the House of the Vettii
Achilles–Penthesilea sarcophagus, second quarter third century. Vatican City, Museo Vaticano,
Steven Fine, Entrance to the exhibition at the Jewish Museum, 2017, Rome, Photograph.
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Karl Pavlovich Bryullov, Sack of Rome by Genseric in 455, 1833–1835, Vatican. Photograph by Steven Fine in 2017.
The Monuments of Ancient Rome Engraved by Piranesi's Collaborator & Rival
As we know from conversations in subway tunnels or singing in the shower, different kinds of spaces and building materials alter the quality of a sound.
Articles About Virgil – by Eidolon Journal
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Cook, Arthur B.: Zeus: a study in ancient religion (Band 2,2): Zeus god of the dark sky (thunder and lightning): Appendixes and index (Cambridge, 1925)
Pompey's Theatre in the modern street plan (E. Nash, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome (1968) fig. 1216, courtesy Ernst Wasmuth Verlag)
Marble plate with the exact rendering of a water mill, 1648, Museum of Mantova
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Steven Fine, “From the First World War Period to the Twenty-First Century,” La menora exhibition, 2017, Vatican, Photograph.
The reconstructed church of Saint Casimir. Photo:
Henryk Hochman, The Arrival of Jews to Poland, 1907–1910. Image courtesy of Eugeniusz Duda, Historical Museum of the Municipality of Kraków Old Synagogue.
Mock sea battles ceased by the end of the first century, when workers installed the permanent masonry supports seen today. Shown here is the hypogeum and ...
The development of the chick; an introduction to embryology. Birds -- Embryology .
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Late Antonine Persephone sarcophagus. Aachen, Domschatzkammer.
Paris built the Eiffel Tower as an entrance for this extravagant 1889 event
By the early 19th century, the hypogeum's floor lay buried under some 40 feet of earth, and all memory of its function—or even its existence—had been ...
Anonymous painting of the original interior of Saint Alexander in Three Crosses Square, Warsaw.