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Farnese Hercules from the Baths of Carcalla
The view of the statue is from the right front and shows the figure from the knees up. The figure's head is seen in profile and his right arm held behind his back. His head is bent downward and the lion pelt is visible underneath the statue's left arm.
Farnese Hercules from the Baths of Carcalla
The frontal view of this nude muscular figure leans on a wooden post which is draped with the pelt of a lion. The man has curly hair and his head is bent slightly forward. He has a full beard.
Farnese Hercules from the Baths of Carcalla
The rear view of the statue shows that Hercules is holding fruit in his right hand.
Orvieto Cathedral, Orvieto, Italy
The facade features a three-gabled design and rich with sculptural decoration and details.
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians. Sarcophagus is memorial to wars against the Ostrogoths in mid 3rd c. Vanquished barbarians at lower right. Found near Tiburtine gate, from the Roman Imperial Period.
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians
Total from front of the sculpture depicting the battle of Romans and Barbarians. Found near Tiburtine gate. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians. Sarcophagus is memorial to wars against the Ostrogoths in mid 3rd c. Vanquished barbarians at lower left. Found near Tiburtine gate, from the Roman Imperial Period.
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians
Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus: Battle of Romans and Barbarians. Sarcophagus is memorial to wars against the Ostrogoths in mid 3rd c. Romans and Barbarians at upper left. Found near Tiburtine gate, from the Roman Imperial Period.
Basilica of Maxentius
View from above toward ENE of the Basilica of Maxentius. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Palace of Domitian by Rubirius
From the Roman Imperial Period. Detail of masonry walls and arches from S of the Palace of Domitian by Rubirius. 'Domus Augustana' (southern) portion. Originated in Palatine Hill.
Tabularium
View of stair, portal and Lapidarium of the Tabularium, N entrance. Originated in the Piazza del Campidoglio in the Roman Republican Period.
Forum Romanum
Overall view looking E toward Rostrum and S. Maria Nova w. Temple of Vesta and Palatine substructures of the Forum Romanum. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Castor and Pollux, Curia, Temple of Vesta, Temple of Antoninus and Faustina
General view from above toward N of teh Temple of Castor and Pollux, Curia, Temple of Vesta, Temple of Antoninus and Faustina. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Vesta, Temple of Castor and Pollux, and Palatine Hill
Architecture from the Roman Imperial Period. Overall view ESE from Basilica Julia.
House of Vestals and Basilica of Maxentius
View from above toward ENE of the House of Vestals and Basilica of Maxentius. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Basilica Julia
Detail of masonry arch, masonry column and marble column of the Basilica Julia. From the Roman Republican Period.
Forum of Augustus with Temple of Mars Ultor
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Temple of Castor and Pollux
Overall view from NE of the Temple of Castor and Pollux. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Castor and Pollux
Detail of Corinthian columns of the Temple of Castor and Pollux. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Forum Romanum
Overall view looking W toward Temple of Antoninus and Faustina and Church of S. Francesca Romana. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Forum Romanum
Overall view looking N toward Curia, Basilica Aemelia, and Temple of Antonio and Faustina from Palatine Hill of the Forum Romanum. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Forum of Caesar
View NW toward Monument to Victor Emanuel II (1185-1911) of the Forum of Caesar. From the Roman Republican Period.
Forum of Trajan
Closer view NE of Trajan's Market in the Forum of Trajan. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Theater
Overall view from E of the Roman Theater. From the time of Augustus, enlarged by Claudius & Septimus Severus for 3,000 people. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Forum of Trajan
General view N of eastern portions of the Forum of Trajan, including Market of Trajan. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Theater
Closer view of seating from E of the Roman Theater. From the time of Augustus, enlarged by Claudius & Septimus Severus for 3,000 people. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Forum Romanum
Overall view looking NE toward Basilica of Constantine from atop Palatine Hill of the Forum Romanum. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Theater
Partial view from N showing stairs and arches of the Roman Theater. From the time of Augustus, enlarged by Claudius & Septimus Severus for 3,000 people. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Portico of Octavia
Overall view of the Portico of Octavia, erected by Quintus Metellus in 149 BC, rebuilt by Augustus in 23 BC; restored under Caracalla. From the Roman Republican Period.
Forum Romanum
Overall view looking SE toward Palatine Hill from Church of SS. Martina e Luca of the Forum Romanum. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Castor and Pollux
General view from House of the Vestals of the Temple of Castor and Pollux. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Antoninus and Faustina and Temple of Romulus
View of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina (141 AD) and Temple of Romulus (307 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Base of the Decennalia Monument for Diocletian
Close view of the carving of the base of the Decennalia Monument for Diocletian. From the Roman Imperial Period.
House of the Vestals
Overall view from the E of the House of the Vestals. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Ara Pacis Augustae
Detail of lower panel: scrolls, architectural elements of the Ara Pacis Augustae. From the Roman Imperial Period.
House of Vestals, Temple of Antoninus and Faustine, Torre delle Milizie.
View from above toward NE of the House of Vestals, Temple of Antoninus and Faustine, Torre delle Milizie. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Bust of Augustus
Total from front right (left profile) of the Bust of Augustus (r. 27 BC-14 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Bust of Augustus
Total from front left of the Bust of Augustus (r. 27 BC-14 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Bust of Augustus
Head front center of the bust of Augustus (r. 27 BC-14 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Markets of Trajan
Trajan's markets, view SE toward Forum of Augustus (1998). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Antoninus and Faustina and Church of S. Lorenzo in Miranda
General view from above toward NE of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina and Church of S. Lorenzo in Miranda. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Apollo Medicus
Temple of Apollo Medicus. Orig. 435-33 BC, rebuilt in 179 BC, rebuilt again by Sosius in 32 BC, often called Temple of Apollo Sosianjs. From the Roman Republican Period.
Forum Romanum (1998)
Forum Romanum (1998). View E with Temple of Saturn at left, Colosseum in distance, and Basilica Julia. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Vesta and so-called Temple of Fortuna Virilis
Architecture's origin Rome, Piazza Bocca della Verit. From the Roman Republican Period.
Forum Romanum (1998)
Forum Romanum (1998). View SE, with Arch of Septimius Severus, Palatine substructures, and Basilica Julia. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Markets of Trajan
General view NE of Trajan's Markets (1998). From Roman Imperial Period.
Isola Tiberina with the Ponte Rotto
Isola Tiberina with the Ponte Rotto, 16th c. bridge, built on Roman ruins, collapsed in 1598. From the Italian Renaissance Period.
Forum Romanum (1998)
Forum Romanum (1998). View ESE from behind Senator's Palace over the Rostrum toward Temple of Antoninus & Faustina, Arch of Titus and Basilica Julia. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Markets of Trajan
View NE from Basilica Ulpia (1998). Medieval Torre della Milizie (tower) in background, 1227-41. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Theater of Marcellus
General view from NE (1998) of the Theater of Marcellus. Begun by Julius Caesar, dedicated to Marcus Claudius Marcellus, his nephew and son-in-law. Converted to a fortress-palace in the Middle Ages, it was uncovered in 1926-32. From the Roman Imperial Period.