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[Capitoline Museum, Sala della Colombe (Rome, Italy), the mosaic of the four doves]
[Catacomb of Calixtus (Rome, Italy), fresco in the cubiculum, or Chapel of the Sacraments, representing Jonah thrown by the sailors into the sea]
[Catacomb of Calixtus (Rome, Italy), fresco in the cubiculum, or Chapel of the Sacraments, representing a grave-digger]
[Catacomb of Calixtus (Rome, Italy), fresco in the cubiculum, or Chapel of the Sacraments, representing seven figures upon a tricliniar bed]
[Catacomb of Calixtus (Rome, Italy), fresco on the vault of a cubiculum, representing one of the Season]
[Catacomb of Calixtus (Rome, Italy), fresco on the vault of a cubiculum, representing one of the Season]
[Catacomb of Calixtus (Rome, Italy), the cover of a marble sarcophagus, said to be that of Pope Zephyrinus]
[Catacomb of the Saints Peter and Marcellinus (Rome, Italy), painting of an agape or commemorative love feast]
[Catacombs of SS. Saturninus and Thrason (Rome, Italy), painting of an orante]
[Catacombs of SS. Saturninus and Thrason (Rome, Italy), painting of an orante]
[Catacombs of SS. Saturninus and Thrason (Rome, Italy), painting of the head of the defunct, with birds and flowers]
[Church of S. Giovanni in Laterano (Rome, Italy), Baptistery of S. John in Fonte, Oratory of S. John in Fonte, mosaics]
[Church of S. Giovanni in Laterano (Rome, Italy), view of the cloister]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), Palace of the Caesars, fresco paintings on the vault of a chamber]
[Temple of Concord (Rome, Italy), cornice, now in the Tabularium]
[Temple of Vespasian (Rome, Italy), cornice, now in the Tabularium]
[Tomb of the Pancratii (Rome, Italy), stucco ornaments on the vault]
[Tomb of the Pancratii (Rome, Italy), stucco ornaments: Achilles]
[Tomb of the Pancratii (Rome, Italy), stucco ornaments: Admetus and Alcestis]
[Tomb of the Pancratii (Rome, Italy), stucco ornaments: Hercules playing on the lyre]
[Via Appia (Rome, Italy), Catacomb of the Jews, the entrance]
[Via Cassia (Rome, Italy), tomb at the sixth mile on the Via Claudia, with an inscription to P. Vibius Marianus of the time of Severus, miscalled the Tomb of Nero]