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Archaeology & Art Jan 15
Mouse eating a walnut. mosaic from 200 BCE.
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DCQItalia 🇮🇹 18 Feb 18
? That ’ spiral staircase is the most photographed in the world! It was designed by Giuseppe Momo in 1932 and it's also known like a symbol of DNA which ironically at that time was yet to be discovered
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Archaeology & Art 15 Aug 18
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Archaeology & Art Oct 10
Base of Antoninus Pius Column - (now in the ) - The marble base, decorated with carvings (now in the Vatican Museums), was surmounted by a red granite column designed by the architect Heraclides. Read Article:
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Archaeology & Art Apr 14
Allegory of the River Nile from the Chiaramonti Sculpture Gallery. The Nile surrounded by sixteen children that represent the flooding of the river. A copy of a Greek-Hellenistic original from the temple of Isis and Serapis, found in the Campo Marzio, Rome..
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International Association of Visual Artists. 10h
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Time For A Change 26 Jul 18
Something like this for the hall would be nice 😉
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Archaeology & Art Oct 13
The - aerial view from St. Peter’s Basilica in . Vatican Guide:
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Rome & Byzantium 28 Jul 18
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Rome & Byzantium Dec 10
Sistine Chapel - - Detail View. Vatican City Guide with Map:
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Pieta Greaves 3 Jun 18
The Mars of Todi, a rare and stunning example of a warrior, created end of 5th century BC. Made by the lost-wax casting and then soldered.
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Rome the Eternal City Nov 29
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Pieta Greaves 29 Apr 18
Ancient Romans moving a Ancient Egyptian obelisk
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History of Portraiture 23h
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The Silence Of The Marble 16 Apr 18
Head of a colossal statue of August, 1st century AC, Court of the Pigna, Vatican Museum, Rome
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Eyes of Rome Jan 18
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Hot Rod 🤓 20 Jul 18
The of St. Peter's from the 🇻🇦
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Milestone Rome Sep 20
The represent a gathering of historical places transformed through centuries. Slow down your rush to reach the Sistine Chapel and observe also under your steps the marvel of original Roman mosaics or Renaissance tiles, sometimes even without barriers or runways.
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The Silence Of The Marble Sep 12
Sarcophagus with a scene of Amazonomachy, 3rd century AD, Octagonal Court, Pius-Clementine Museum, , .
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Ida Östenberg 21 Jul 18
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