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Temple of Venus Genetrix: Cornice Block from the Pediment

Temple of Venus Genetrix: Cornice Block from the Pediment

Portico of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, later incorporated into a church  San Lorenzo in Miranda, formerly the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina , Roman

Portico of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, later incorporated into a church San Lorenzo in Miranda, formerly the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina , Roman

Architrave soffit: Temple of Venus Genetrix(?) | Flickr – Condivisione di foto!

Architrave soffit: Temple of Venus Genetrix(?) | Flickr – Condivisione di foto!

Temple of Venus Genetrix: Column base | Flickr – Condivisione di foto!

Temple of Venus Genetrix: Column base | Flickr – Condivisione di foto!

The Ancient Roman Temple of Bacchus in Baalbek, Lebanon, ca. 150 AD. The temple was commissioned by Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius, and is considered one of the best preserved Roman temples in the world.  Courtesy & taken by Dominik Tefert

The Ancient Roman Temple of Bacchus in Baalbek, Lebanon, ca. 150 AD. The temple was commissioned by Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius, and is considered one of the best preserved Roman temples in the world. Courtesy & taken by Dominik Tefert

Temple of Hercules Victor, Rome, Italy.   This temple was also greatly preserved due to it's transformation into a church. The Temple of Hercules has 20 Corinthian style columns and dates anywhere back from the early 1st century to the late 2nd century. http://www.roman-empire.net/articles/article-020.html

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Temple of Hercules Victor, Rome, Italy. This temple was also greatly preserved due to it's transformation into a church. The Temple of Hercules has 20 Corinthian style columns and dates anywhere back from the early 1st century to the late 2nd century. http://www.roman-empire.net/articles/article-020.html

Cornice of the Temple of Concord

Cornice of the Temple of Concord

Arch of Titus, Patron: Emperor Domitian, Rome, Italy, after 81 CE. - Ancient Rome (Early Imperial Period)

Arch of Titus, Patron: Emperor Domitian, Rome, Italy, after 81 CE. - Ancient Rome (Early Imperial Period)

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