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Ancient Roman Art & Architecture
Etruscan Temple Model
Tomb of the Reliefs at Cerveteri
Sarcophagus from Cerveteri, c.520BCE, Etruscan
She-Wolf, c.500BCE, Etruscan/Roman
Roman Empire Map of the Roman Empire Interactive
Pont du Gard
Groin Vault/Cross Vault
Roman Construction Techniques
Republican Rome & the Augustan Periods
Roman Ancestor Busts
Head of a Roman Patrician
Taking of the Roman Census
Augustus of Primaporta, Early 1st century CE, Roman
Augustus of Primaporta
Mars of Todi
Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, c.176 CE, Roman
Ara Pacis, 13-9BCE, Roman
Column of Trajan, CE, Roman
Trajan welcoming his soldiers
Colosseum, CE, Rome
Vespasian & Titus
Architecture Behind It
Pantheon, 125-8CE, Roman
Plan of Pantheon
Plan of Pantheon
Arch of Titus
Egg and Dart Motif
Young Flavian Woman
Middle Aged Flavian Woman
Mosaics & Paintings
The Un-swept Floor
First Style or Masonry Style imitated the appearance of marble panels
Second Style or Architectural Style creates a three dimensional world on the flat walls.
Third Style or Ornate Style A wall treated as a flat surface then divided by decorative horizontal and vertical bands with occasional pictures painted in decorative frames as if hung on the wall
Fourth Style or Intricate Style Combines all of the other styles
Romans and the Barbarians
The Tetrarchs, c.300CE, Roman
Battle of the Milvian Bridge
Barrel vault The extension of a simple arch creating a semicylindrical ceiling over parallel walls. It requires buttressing of the walls below the.
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