COLOSSEUM  c.70 CE
Colosseum, all three orders
Colosseum
Colosseum
Colosseum, model (aerial)
Colosseum, reconstruction
Colosseum, Interior (Lise’s)
Colosseum, interior
MAUSOLEUM of Hadrian (as converted into the Castel Sant'Angelo) and Aelian Bridge (135 CE)  Burial site, constructed for H...
MAUSOLEUM of Hadrian (as converted into the Castel Sant'Angelo)
mausoleum of Hadrian, model
Mausoleum of Augustus, reconstruction
BASILICA of Constantine (and Maxentius) 310 CE
Basilica of  Constantine
Basilica of  Constantine  309-312 CE
THE FORUM (AND ARCHES) c.75 BCE - 600 CE
Plan of Forum Romanum
Arch of Septimius Severus
Arch of Constantine  315 CE (Lise’s photo)
Arch of Titus, c.80 CE
Relief, Arch of Titus, victory procession
Relief, Arch of Titus, with spoils from Jerusalem (Lise’s photo)
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FCSarch 03 Rome 2

  1. 1. COLOSSEUM c.70 CE
  2. 2. Colosseum, all three orders
  3. 3. Colosseum
  4. 4. Colosseum
  5. 5. Colosseum, model (aerial)
  6. 6. Colosseum, reconstruction
  7. 7. Colosseum, Interior (Lise’s)
  8. 8. Colosseum, interior
  9. 9. MAUSOLEUM of Hadrian (as converted into the Castel Sant'Angelo) and Aelian Bridge (135 CE) Burial site, constructed for Hadrian, his family, and future emperors, near Tiber River. opposite the field of Mars. Cylindrical (21 meters high and 64 meters in diameter) Square base. Became a papal fortress in the 6th century and reconsecrated as Castel Sant'Angelo. Became increasingly fortified (battlements added in the 11th century). Lost its marble facing and most of its friezes. It was the second largest building in ancient Rome (after the Colosseum ).
  10. 10. MAUSOLEUM of Hadrian (as converted into the Castel Sant'Angelo)
  11. 11. mausoleum of Hadrian, model
  12. 12. Mausoleum of Augustus, reconstruction
  13. 13. BASILICA of Constantine (and Maxentius) 310 CE
  14. 14. Basilica of Constantine
  15. 15. Basilica of Constantine 309-312 CE
  16. 16. THE FORUM (AND ARCHES) c.75 BCE - 600 CE
  17. 17. Plan of Forum Romanum
  18. 18. Arch of Septimius Severus
  19. 19. Arch of Constantine 315 CE (Lise’s photo)
  20. 20. Arch of Titus, c.80 CE
  21. 21. Relief, Arch of Titus, victory procession
  22. 22. Relief, Arch of Titus, with spoils from Jerusalem (Lise’s photo)

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