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The Urban Legacy of Ancient Rome Photographs from the Ernest Nash Fototeca Unione Collection

Temple of Vespasian, three columns on the northeast corner and architrave with the dedication inscription's last words.

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Inline Map:
Title:
Temple of Vespasian, three columns on the northeast corner and architrave with the dedication inscription's last words.
Alternate Title:
Vespasianus Divus, templum (Roma), tre colonne dell'angolo nord-est e architrave con le ultime lettere dell'iscrizione dedicatoria and Temple of the Divine Vespasian (Rome, Italy), three columns on the northeast corner and architrave with the dedication inscription last words
Photographer:
Nash, Ernest
Topic:
Tabularium, Tabularium (Roma), Temple of Vespasian, Tempio di Vespasiano (Roma), Temple of Vespasian, Tempio di Vespasiano, Temple of Concord, Tempio della Concordia (Roma), Tempio della Concordia, Temple of Concord (Rome, Italy), Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II, Altare della Patria, Vittoriano, and Palazzo del Vittoriano (Rome, Italy)
Physical Description:
Print Dimensions: Width: 180 mm x Height: 220 mm; Negative Dimensions: Width: 60 mm x Height: 60 mm
Date Created:
1953
Genre:
photographs and View
Repository:
American Academy in Rome
Donor tags:
Tabularium, Temple of Vespasian, Temple of Concord, and Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II
Document Subtype:
Temple
Collection:
Ernest Nash Fototeca Unione Collection
Identifier:
76506, 76476, FU.Roma.VES.3, and FUN.189