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Rome before AD 313, plan: (a) Ara Pacis; (b) Pantheon; (c) Baths of Agrippa; (d) Theatre o....

Rome before ad 313, plan: (a) Ara Pacis; (b) Pantheon; (c) Baths of Agrippa; (d) Theatre of Pompey; (e) Forum Romanum; (f) Forum Julium; (g) Forum Augustum; (h) Baths of Titus; (i) Colosseum; (j) Aurelian Wall

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Severan marble plan of Rome, detail showing the Porticus Divorum, part of the Saepta Julia....

Severan marble plan of Rome, detail showing the Porticus Divorum, part of the Saepta Julia and the Baths of Agrippa, c. ad 205–8; reconstruction drawing showing elements of the map outside the surviving fragments (Rome, Antiquarium Comunale: on deposit at Rome, Palazzo Braschi)

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Rome, plan showing churches built or converted, c. AD 313–c. 800: (i) Lateran basilica; (i....

Rome, plan showing churches built or converted, c. ad 313–c. 800: (i) Lateran basilica; (ii) St Peter’s; (iii) S Lorenzo fuori le Mura; (iv) S Sebastiano; (v) SS Pietro e Marcellino; (vi) Santa Croce in Gerusalemme; (vii) S Agnese; (viii) S Costanza; (ix) S Maria in Trastevere; (x) SS Giovanni e Paolo; (xi) S Vitale; (xii) S Sabina; (xiii) S Pietro in Vincoli; (xiv) S Clemente; (xv) S Pudenziana; (xvi) S Paolo fuori le Mura; (xvii) S Maria Maggiore; (xviii) S Stefano Rotondo; (xix) S Bibiana; (xx) SS Cosma e Damiano; (xxi) S Maria ad Martyres; (xxii) S Adriano; (xxiii) S Maria Antiqua; (xxiv) S Maria in Cosmedin; (xxv) S Giorgio in Velabro; (xxvi) S Teodoro; (xxvii) S Maria in Via Lata; (xxviii) S Prassede; (xxix) SS Quattro Coronati; (xxx) S Crisogono

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Tapestry depicting Erminia and the Shepherd

Tapestry depicting Erminia and the Shepherd, wool and silk, 3.63×4.57 m, from the Gerusalemme liberata series, made at the Manufactory of San Michele, designed by Domenico Paradisi under the direction of Pietro Ferloni, designed 1689–93, woven 1732–9 (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bequest of Elizabeth U. Coles, in memory of her son, William F. Coles, 1892, Accession ID: 92.1.17); image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Four Rivers Fountain

Gianlorenzo Bernini: Four Rivers Fountain, marble, 1648–51, Piazza Navona, Rome; photo © Gianni Crestani / Pixabay / CC BY 2.0

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