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[Aqua Claudia (Rome, Italy), arcade near the Porta Furba]
[Aqua Claudia (Rome, Italy), arcade near the Porta Furba]
[Arch of Dolabella (Rome, Italy) crossing Via di S. Paolo della Croce]
[Arch of Dolabella (Rome, Italy) crossing Via di S. Paolo della Croce]
[Arch of the Silversmiths (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of the Silversmiths (Rome, Italy)]
[Basilica of SS. Nereus and Achilleus (Rome, Italy), marble chair, called the Chair of S. Gregory]
[Basilica of SS. Nereus and Achilleus (Rome, Italy), marble chair, called the Chair of S. Gregory]
[Church of S. Lorenzo (Rome, Italy), altar and canopy]
[Church of S. Lorenzo (Rome, Italy), altar and canopy]
[Church of S. Lorenzo (Rome, Italy), antique columns in the north aisle of the choir]
[Church of S. Lorenzo (Rome, Italy), antique columns in the north aisle of the choir]
[Church of S. Maria Novella (Florence, Italy), detail of the cloister]
[Church of S. Maria Novella (Florence, Italy), detail of the cloister]
[Church of S. Stephen (Vatican City), doorway]
[Church of S. Stephen (Vatican City), doorway]
[Church of S. Vitale (Ravenna, Italy), mosaic picture representing the Emperor Justinian with Maximianus]
[Church of S. Vitale (Ravenna, Italy), mosaic picture representing the Emperor Justinian with Maximianus]
[Church of S. Vitale (Ravenna, Italy), mosaic picture representing the Empress Theodora and attendants]
[Church of S. Vitale (Ravenna, Italy), mosaic picture representing the Empress Theodora and attendants]
[Church of S. Vitale (Ravenna, Italy), part of the choir]
[Church of S. Vitale (Ravenna, Italy), part of the choir]
[Church over the Santissima Casa (Loreto, Italy), the front with the campanile]
[Church over the Santissima Casa (Loreto, Italy), the front with the campanile]
[Cloaca Maxima (Rome, Italy), near the Arch of Janus]
[Cloaca Maxima (Rome, Italy), near the Arch of Janus]
[House of the Crescenzi (Rome, Italy)]
[House of the Crescenzi (Rome, Italy)]
[Nymphaeum called the Temple of Minerva Medica, near the Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy)]
[Nymphaeum called the Temple of Minerva Medica, near the Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy)]
[Nymphaeum of Herodes Atticus (Rome, Italy), miscalled the Fountain of Egeria]
[Nymphaeum of Herodes Atticus (Rome, Italy), miscalled the Fountain of Egeria]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), Palace of the Caesars, officers' chambers]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), Palace of the Caesars, officers' chambers]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), view of the north-west angle near the Colosseum]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), view of the north-west angle near the Colosseum]
[Porta Chiusa at the Pretorian Camp (Rome, Italy), view taken before the excavations made in 1868]
[Porta Chiusa at the Pretorian Camp (Rome, Italy), view taken before the excavations made in 1868]
[Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy), from the north-east, with aqueducts III, IV, V, VIII, IX, showing the specus]
[Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy), from the north-east, with aqueducts III, IV, V, VIII, IX, showing the specus]
[Porta Ostiensis (Rome, Italy), outer side]
[Porta Ostiensis (Rome, Italy), outer side]
[Porta Tiburtina (Rome, Italy), outer side]
[Porta Tiburtina (Rome, Italy), outer side]
[Porticus Aemilia (Rome, Italy), interior of the north side]
[Porticus Aemilia (Rome, Italy), interior of the north side]
[Temple of Portunus (Rome, Italy) with the House of the Crescenzi in the background]
[Temple of Portunus (Rome, Italy) with the House of the Crescenzi in the background]

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