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Anita Aug 17
USED & ABUSED 😭 DEFEATED 😭 LOST HOPE 😭 If you can’t me, please or for me ❤️ #181162 via
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Must Do Travels Aug 14
I need to visit ! Who is coming with me? A must visit place! 📹 Mingomatic
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Archaeology & Art Aug 13
Arch of Titus and Red Flowers,Roman Forum, , Italy. Erected in 81 AD in honor of Emperor Vespasian and son Titus for conquering Jerusalem destroying Jewish temple in 70 AD. Read More: Arch of Titus:
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Mistress Scarlett👑 Aug 15
Loving so far time now to get the party started 🥂🥂🥂
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Following Hadrian 🧔🏻 Aug 13
Sarcophagus with Hercules emerges from the doors to the Underworld with Cerberus (Hercules' Twelfth Labor), 2nd half of 2nd century AD. Centrale Montemartini, .
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Must Do Travels Aug 18
That coin is for you, go ahead and make a wish! 📹 Zak Longo
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Omnis Ars🦋 Aug 18
Temple of Isis (Pompeii) The construction of the temple of Isis dates back to the 2nd c. BC.during the mandate of Augusto. After the Pompeii earthquake of 62 the entire building was rebuilt with "opus latericium" As a result of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79, it was buried
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thomas w schaller Aug 9
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Ancient History Encyclopedia Aug 11
A room from the Villa of the Farnesina, , 1st century BCE. The fresco surrounds the whole room and uses trompe-l'oeil effects to create perspective. The central panel shows Dionysos nursed by nymphs, the left panel shows a seated Aphrodite with Eros.
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Stephen Kay Aug 11
Part of an insula under dating to Neronian period
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Lucas Peyrano Aug 11
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indoroma   🇮🇩 🔶🔴 11h
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Archaeology & Art Aug 18
Arch of Titus, in .It was built in 1st Century A.D. and has provided the general model for many triumphal arches built in more recent times, as for example famous Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Read More:
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James Spader Aug 17
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Mistress Scarlett👑 8h
Keeping it authentic in on my vespa 😎
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Stephen Kay Aug 11
The underground archaeological area of the Vicus Caprarius, next to the Trevi fountain How have I only just discovered this site??
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Drew Cromer 4h
If this doesn’t interest you at all, then y’all are crazy!!😳😬
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Glyn Wise 11h
Spanish steps in Everything here is like stepping into the past, you can just imagine what life was like here hundreds of years ago.
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Archaeology & Art Aug 18
Fontana della Pigna (or the Pine cone, 1st century AD) depicts a giant Pine Cone - former Roman fountain in court of the Pigna (Cortile della Pigna), Museums, , Italy. Vatican Guide:
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Matthew Gilbert Aug 10
Nice example of crack pattern likely caused by insufficient horizontal support - end bay at Colliseum,
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