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Building Trajan’s column | National Geographic    http://visualoop.com/media/2015/06/TrajanColumn_mi-ultimo-grafico.jpg

Building Trajan’s column | National Geographic http://visualoop.com/media/2015/06/TrajanColumn_mi-ultimo-grafico.jpg

Il Duomo | National Geographic | Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista - Visualoop

Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista

Il Duomo | National Geographic | Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista - Visualoop

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building%20Full.jpg

Rome, Forum of Caesar: Cut away view of the Temple of Venus Genetrix in the Forum of Caesar, early 1st Century A.D.

Rome, Forum of Caesar: Cut away view of the Temple of Venus Genetrix in the Forum of Caesar, early 1st Century A.D.

#Kowloon Walled City or City of Darkness

#Kowloon Walled City or City of Darkness

TRAJAN'S COLUMN - The victory of the Roman emperor Trajan over the Dacians in back-to-back wars. By Fernando Baptista, Daniela Santamarina and Emily Eng. Published on April 2015.

TRAJAN'S COLUMN - The victory of the Roman emperor Trajan over the Dacians in back-to-back wars. By Fernando Baptista, Daniela Santamarina and Emily Eng. Published on April 2015.

Central Park West in New York City, as seen from above where there is a split between the architecture of the city and the green of Central Park. Photograph by Kathleen Dolmatch

Central Park West in New York City, as seen from above where there is a split between the architecture of the city and the green of Central Park. Photograph by Kathleen Dolmatch

Terminologies in Egyptian Architecture.

Terminologies in Egyptian Architecture.

feiner_hundertwasser_turm_b.jpg (1200×1994)

feiner_hundertwasser_turm_b.jpg (1200×1994)

Erotic Roman coins believed to have been used as tokens for entrance in Roman brothels. According to Suetonius, carrying a ring or a coin bearing the emperor's image into a latrine or brothel could be the basis for an accusation of treason (maiestas) under Tiberius. Under Caracalla, an equestrian was sentenced to death for bringing a coin with the emperor's likeness into a brothel; he was spared only by the emperor's own death.

Erotic Roman coins believed to have been used as tokens for entrance in Roman brothels. According to Suetonius, carrying a ring or a coin bearing the emperor's image into a latrine or brothel could be the basis for an accusation of treason (maiestas) under Tiberius. Under Caracalla, an equestrian was sentenced to death for bringing a coin with the emperor's likeness into a brothel; he was spared only by the emperor's own death.

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