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  • Ancient and Classical Architecture - Howard Partridge provides a gallery of his photographs of buildings and ruins in Rome from c.179 BC to 141 AD. Part of the Cupola Collection.
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  • Ancient Roman Architecture - Great Buildings Online provides images and commentary on some of the best-known buildings of the Roman world.
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  • Basilica san Clemente Rome - This 12th-century church with frescos and mosaics is a replica of a 4th-century basilica on the site, built over a Mithraic temple. The older buildings can be seen beneath the church. History, tour and service times.
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  • The Colosseum - Comprehensive coverage by Andrea and Daniele Pepe and Catherine McElwee of the history and architecture of greatest amphitheatre of antiquity, built by the Flavian emperors in the first century AD.
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  • Encyclopaedia Romana - James Grout's collection of articles, plans and pictures of ancient Rome and its remains, with an extensive bibliography. Includes Vitruvius's comments on temple architecture.
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  • Forum Romanum - Photographs and description of the Forum Romanum, monument by monument, by RenĂ© Seindal.
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  • A Gazetteer of the Roman World - This section of Bill Thayer's huge Lacus Curtius site provides many photographs of cities and monuments of the ancient Roman world, some with detailed commentary.
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  • The Pompeian House - Essay on the construction and decoration of the Pompeian House.
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  • Pompeii Forum Project - This study of the forum by the University of Virginia includes a photographic survey of its architecture and sensitive maps of Pompeii and its forum leading to 360-degree panoramas.
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  • Roman Architecture - Course notes by Dr. Franklin Toker of Pittsburgh University, providing an illustrated introduction and major works.
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  • Roman Architecture - An illustrated introduction to Roman columns and arches by Jordan Drew, with images of famous Roman buildings and the three main orders - Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.
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  • Roman Architecture - San Jose State University provides an extensive gallery of expandable images, accessed via pull-down menu and selection from an array. Basic information is given for each.
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  • Roman Baths - Essay on the design and functions of Roman Baths by J.K. Gillon.
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  • Roman Domestic Architecture: A Bibliography - This bibliography compiled by Joshua Brandt lists sources in German, Italian, French, and (primarily) English.
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  • Rome: Ancient Sites - Virtual reconstructions of the Theatre of Marcellus and Circus Maximus.
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  • RomeReborn1.0 - An international project based at the University of Virginia, which aims to create a digital model illustrating the entire urban development of ancient Rome. Users can navigate the model or view still images.
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  • The Ruins of Rome - David Chaszar's photographs and descriptions of various ancient Roman ruins located in Rome and Ostia.
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  • Temple Complex of Fortuna Primigenia in Palastrina - Computer model of the temple complex built by Sulla, complete with walkthroughs. Also photographs of the existing remains.
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  • Timgad, Algeria - Tore Kjeilen provides a plan and brief description of the substantial remains of this Roman town in North Africa - a World Heritage Site. Photograph of Trajan's Arch.
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  • Trajan's Column - Paul Barrette's history, image database and discussion of this 100-foot marble sculptural monument built during the reign of Emperor Trajan (98-117 AD).
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