Rome (549 Subjects)
Coin of Hadrian.
Coin of Antoninus Pius.
Coin of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus.
Coin of Lucius Verus.
Coin of Valeriano and Mariniana.
Coin of Gallienus.
Coin of Maxentius.
Coins of Numerian.
Portraits of Arcadius and Honorius from the book by Guillaume Rouillé, Promptuarii iconum insigniorum à seculo hominum, subiectis eorum vitis, per compendium ex probatissimis autoribus desumptis, Lyon, 1553.
Coin of Domitian.
Portraits of Augustus, Gaius and Lucius.
1: Views and plans of Egyptian, Jewish and Phoenician temples. 2: Views and plans of Greek and Roman temples. 3: Views and plans of Christian temples.
1 and 2. View of capital and base of capital from Erechtheion, Athens. 3 and 4. Views of bases of columns from Erechtheion. 5. Ionian capital from Eleusis. 6 and 7. Capital and base of capital from the Theater of Marcellus, Rome. 7 and 9. Capital and base of the capital from the Temple of Portunus, Rome.
Doric monuments of Rome: 1. and 2. Column and capital of column from the peristyle of Saint Peter's Basilica. 3. and 4. Column, capital and entablature of the theater of Marcellus.
1. - 6. Elevations of ancient temples. 7. - 10. Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds), Athens: Plan of the ceiling. Elevation, section plan and plan of the monument. 11. - 12. Elevation and section plan of the Choregic monument of Lysicrates, Athens. 13. - 16. Plan of tholos and elevations of Roman temples of this style.
1. - 7. Fragments from columns from Delos: Bottom view, elevation, plan and section plan of columns. Elevation of Corinthian capital. 8. Bottom view of Corinthian capital from Rome. 9. - 10. Elevations of Corinthian capitals from Rome.
Capitals of Corinthian order in Rome.
Plan of the Mausoleum of Lucius Munatius Plancus in Gaeta, in Italy. Plan of buildings in the ancient city of Augusta Raurica (today Augst) in Switzerland (D, C). Plan of public baths in Rome.
Views of the obelisk standing at the court of San Bartolomeo all'Isola Basilica, which is built upon the Temple of Asclepius on Tiber Island in Rome.
An amphora, probably of the Hellenistic era, found in the city Antium (today Anzio), in Italy. Inscription found in the interior of the vase.
Map of Rome, showing the monuments and main sights.