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Porta Palatina, Turin, early 1st cen. AD. Mostly brick with stone and mortar. Two large archways for horse drawn vehicles and cargo, two smaller ones for pedestrians. Two 16-sided fenestrated watchtowers with fenestrated gallery in the middle, guards can walk in between via the gallery. Such a gate displays Roman power and presence in colonies. Walled court lies behind it.

Via Porta Palatina, Turin(Augusta Taurinorum), nearly cen CE, brick and mortor

Country Façade of the Porta Maggiore, Rome, c. 50 AD. Built for visibility and prominence. Tomb of Eury in the foreground, huge attic conceals conduits of aqueducts. Roman rustication (rough masonry) and smooth blocks combined, carved pedimeny above rough engaged columns. Rejection of classicising style favoured by Aug.

a) Porta Maggiore, Country Façade b) 50 c) marble d) Rome e) Part of Claudius' building program, build right into monument of Eurysaces the baker. "Rustication" of marble (parts chipped away to give rustic edges) = rejection of classicism.

Theatre at Orange, France, early 1st cen. AD. Niches with statues most likely of imperial family in them, local families and veterans wanted Roman entertainment, and so received it. Cavea (seating) is built onto natural hillside, seats about 7000.

Wk Theater, Orange, France, early c CE. Built into the hill, seats

ROMAN LIGHTHOUSE BUILT AT DOVER DURING EMPEROR CLAUDIUS REIGN. HISTORIANS BELIEVE THE LIGHTHOUSE IS ONE OF THREE REMAINING ROMAN LIGHTHOUSES. THE EASTERN HEIGHTS LIGHTHOUSE HAS BEEN MODIFIED OVER THE YEARS, BUT WAS ORIGINALLY SQUARE ON THE INSIDE, WITH AN OCTAGONAL OUTSIDE. THE PHAROS PORTION OF THE LIGHTHOUSE ACTED AS A GUIDING LIGHT DURING THE NIGHT. A ROMAN LIGHTHOUSE IS SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS A ROMAN PHAROS.

Touring the Roman Lighthouse at Dover

arco de tito - Google keresés

Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum, commemorating the sack of Jerusalem .

Herculaneum        Excavated Ruins Of Herculaneum – Destroyed during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius on 24 August 79 CE.

Excavated Ruins Of Herculaneum - the town was destroyed during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius on 24 August 79 CE. this house is known as 'Casa del bel cortile' located along the Cardo V

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