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[Aqua Claudia (Rome, Italy), Via dei Mandrioni, aqueduct near Porta Furba: details]
[Aqua Claudia (Rome, Italy), aqueduct near Porta Furba: details]
[Archaeologists during survey in the graden beside the Monument where the Trophies of Marius were hung, called "Trofei di Mario" (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Ionic capital (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: North side of Temple A from cella to show the columns (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Porticus Minucia Frumentaria, brickwork and base in travertine (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Porticus Minucia Frumentaria, entire front looking West (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: South side of Temple A, looking East (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple A, base and drain in back (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple A, column (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple A, from street level (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple B (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple B, bases in travertine, columns in tufa from Aniene river (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple B, devoted to Fortunae Huiusce Diei, basement detail (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple B, devoted to Fortunae Huiusce Diei, corinthian capital (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: Temple B, inner and outer circles (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: circular "cippus" in front of the Porticus Minucia Frumentaria (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: drain connected with public latrine to N of Temple A (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: drainage ditch connected with pubblic latrine, in back of Temple A (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: female bust (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: mosaic floor, looking South (Rome, Italy)]
[Area Sacra di Largo Argentina: steps leading to Temple A (Rome, Italy)]
[Basilica Ulpia: architectural elements (Rome, Italy)]
[Basilica Ulpia: architectural relief under Via dei Fori Imperiali, detail from capital (Rome, Italy)]

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