The buildings of Rome: their history, style, preservation and presentation to the public.
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Ancient and Historic Rome
Bill Thayer's gazetteer of buildings and monuments: photographs and history. Also online editions of Platner's 'Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome' and Rodolfo Lanciani 'Pagan and Christian Rome'.
Architecture of Rome
Buildings of Rome in the Great Buildings Online database: images, descriptions and sources.
Baroque Rome in the Etchings of Giuseppe Vasi
Vasi published 10 books of etchings of the monuments of Rome (1746-61), which can be seen here alongside photographs of the same locations today.
Official website of the archaeological site of the Imperial Forums. Includes maps, a virtual tour, and information on life in ancient Rome.
The Churches of Rome
Chris Nyborg's guide to churches of all denominations in this city central to the development of church architecture. Includes biographies of their architects and artists.
James Grout's collection of articles, plans and pictures of ancient Rome and its remains, with a bibliography. Includes Vitruvius's comments on temple architecture.
Images of Rome
Kalervo Koskimies presents his own clear photographs, together with 18th and 19th century images, of the Classical and later monuments of the city.
Margaret Visser: The Geometry of Love
A book exploring the basilican church of Sant Agnese fuori le Mura, Rome, rebuilt 625-38 to replace a 4th-century church. Author's biography, reviews, images with extracts.
Passing Through St. Peter's
A gallery of beautiful images of the central cathedral of the Catholic faith provided by Eternal Word Television Network.
Rome the Eternal City
Digital photos and descriptions of major monuments by René Seindal.
Paula J. Howarth tells the story of this villa built on the Quirinal hill at the beginning of the 17th century by Cardinal Pietro Aldobrandini, with bibliography.
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