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Pirro Ligorio, Anteiquae urbis imago, Lossi reprint, 1773. Map in 12 parts of Ancient Rome recreated by Ligorio from his knowledge of ancient reliefs

Pirro Ligorio, Anteiquae urbis imago, Lossi reprint, 1773. Map in 12 parts of Ancient Rome recreated by Ligorio from his knowledge of ancient reliefs

Piazza di Colonna Trajana

Piazza di Colonna Trajana

Watercolour Painting of the Colosseum by Alan Reed. I painted several watercolours of Rome on location before embarking on this studio production bathed in the last rays of October sunlight.  This landmark remains an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome.

Watercolour Painting of the Colosseum by Alan Reed. I painted several watercolours of Rome on location before embarking on this studio production bathed in the last rays of October sunlight. This landmark remains an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome.

Giuseppe Vasi (italian 1710-1782), engraving of the St. Peter Basilica in Rome.

Giuseppe Vasi (italian 1710-1782), engraving of the St. Peter Basilica in Rome.

Bernardo Bellotto , italian period Rome: View of the Piazza di San Giovanni in Laterano,1744  #rococo #venetianschool #cityscape

Bernardo Bellotto , italian period Rome: View of the Piazza di San Giovanni in Laterano,1744 #rococo #venetianschool #cityscape

1920 illustration from map. Ponte Milvio, Rome.

1920 illustration from map. Ponte Milvio, Rome.

Samuel Prout (1783-1852) : View of the Forum, Rome (19th c.) beautiful watercolour

Samuel Prout (1783-1852) : View of the Forum, Rome (19th c.) beautiful watercolour

The first statements of this institution, that was in effect at least until the beginning of the 15th century,[2] date back to the 5th century. In the 9th century (when the Popes, clashing with the Municipality of Rome, held the administrative control on the duties of almost all the gates) Pope Sergius II granted the proceeds of the toll of the Porta Flaminia to the cloister of San Silvestro in Capite.

The first statements of this institution, that was in effect at least until the beginning of the 15th century,[2] date back to the 5th century. In the 9th century (when the Popes, clashing with the Municipality of Rome, held the administrative control on the duties of almost all the gates) Pope Sergius II granted the proceeds of the toll of the Porta Flaminia to the cloister of San Silvestro in Capite.

Giuseppe Vasi, DELLE MAGNIFICENZE DI ROMA ANTICA E MODERNA. ROME: CHRACAS, 1747 (BOOKS 2-3 & 5: HEIRS OF BARBIELLINI, 1752-1754; BOOKS 4, 6 & 9-10: PAGLIERINI, 1754-1761).

Giuseppe Vasi, DELLE MAGNIFICENZE DI ROMA ANTICA E MODERNA. ROME: CHRACAS, 1747 (BOOKS 2-3 & 5: HEIRS OF BARBIELLINI, 1752-1754; BOOKS 4, 6 & 9-10: PAGLIERINI, 1754-1761).

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