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theater of bosra, syria

theater of bosra, syria

oudna

Uthina Amphitheater in Oudna, Tunisia.

Temple of Portunus in the Forum Boarium of Rome.

The Temple of Portunus, god of the nearby harbor in the Tiber River, in the vicinity of the Tiber Island.

"Located in northern Tunisia, Dougga is sometimes called “the best-preserved Roman small town in North Africa”. Amongst the most famous monuments at the site are a Punic-Libyan mausoleum, the theatre and the capitol. The capitol is a Roman temple from the 2nd century CE, principally dedicated to the three most important Roman gods: Jupiter, Juno and Minerva." http://www.touropia.com/ancient-roman-temples/

"Located in northern Tunisia, Dougga is sometimes called “the best-preserved Roman small town in North Africa”. Amongst the most famous monuments at the site are a Punic-Libyan mausoleum, the theatre and the capitol. The capitol is a Roman temple from the 2nd century CE, principally dedicated to the three most important Roman gods: Jupiter, Juno and Minerva." http://www.touropia.com/ancient-roman-temples/

"The Valens Aqueduct was completed in the year 368 AD during the reign of Roman Emperor Valens, whose name it bears. The water system eventually reached over 250 kilometers (155 miles) in total length, the longest such system of Antiquity. The Valens Aqueduct [...] was still the major water-providing system of medieval Constantinople. The surviving section is 921 meters (3021 feet) long." (From http://www.touropia.com/ancient-aqueducts/)

"The Valens Aqueduct was completed in the year 368 AD during the reign of Roman Emperor Valens, whose name it bears. The water system eventually reached over 250 kilometers (155 miles) in total length, the longest such system of Antiquity. The Valens Aqueduct [...] was still the major water-providing system of medieval Constantinople. The surviving section is 921 meters (3021 feet) long." (From http://www.touropia.com/ancient-aqueducts/)

Mausoleum of Hadrian Castel Sant'Angelo

Mausoleum of Hadrian Castel Sant'Angelo

Arch of Severus in Rome

The white marble Arch of Septimius Severus at the northeast end of the Roman Forum was built in 203 AD to commemorate the victories against the Parthians of Emperor Severus and his two sons.

The Arch of Janus in the Forum Boarium of ROme

The Arch of Janus in the Forum Boarium of ROme

Close-up on Arch of Constantine

Ancient Rome Pictures: Arch of Constantine

Resultado de imagen para roma piramide cestia

Resultado de imagen para roma piramide cestia

Pompeii ruins

Temple of Jupiter in Pompeii, with a great view of Vesuvius in the background.

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