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Forum Romanum

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A. Septimius, T. Pollux, B. Julia from N. end of Tabularium. Palatine in background
B. Julia, T. Saturn, T. Vespasian from N. end of Tabularium.
T. Pollux, B. Julia, T. Saturn from N. end of Tabularium. Palatine in background
Inside the Tabularium
Forum Romanum from Tabularium
Temple of Vespasian framing A. Titus & T. Vesta
Forum Romanum from Capitoline. Wide-angle view
Temple of Vespasian framing A. Titus & T. Vesta
Forum Romanum from Capitoline. Wide-angle view
Forum Romanum from S. end of Tabularium.
Architectural fragment with flowers
Architectural fragment with flowers
Statue bases underneath Lapis Niger
Forum and Palatine from beside Temple of Antoninus and Faustina
Lucius Caesar inscription in front of Basilica Aemilia
Architectural fragment in front of Basilica Aemilia
Temple of Divus Julius & Temple of Vesta
Shrine of Juturna
Acanthus, live and sculptured
S. Maria Nova
Via Nova and substructure of Palatine buildings
Clivus Argentarius from entrance to Forum of Julius Caesar
Temple of Vespasian and Tabularium
Temple of Vespasian
Architectural fragrments
Arch of Augustus. Base
Architectural fragments and Temple of Castor & Pollux
Tabularium framed by Arch of Septimius Severus
Lacus Curtius (foreground) & Arch of Septimius Severus
Lacus Curtius (foreground) & Arch of Septimius Severus
From inside Basilica Aemilia towards Arch of Septimius Severus
A forum cat
From inside of Basilica Aemilia, looking toward Arch of Titus
Inside Basilica Julia, looking towards Arch of Titus and Temple of Castor and Pollux
Inside Basilica Julia, looking towards Arch of Titus and Temple of Castor and Pollux
Tabularium from the Palatine. Looming behind it: the Vittoriano
Forum Romanum and (center) Forum of Augustus from Palatine
Colosseum and Arch of Titus from Palatine
Central area of Forum Romanum from Palatine
Western end of Forum Romanum from Palatine
Eastern area of Forum Romanum from Palatine
Basilica of Constantine from Palatine
Central and eastern areas of Forum Romanum
Basilica of Constantine. Outer wall


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