Basilica of Maxentius, Rome, Italy.
The Curia, first Roman senate house was built by Tullus Hostilius at the northwest corner of the Forum square. The Curia which stands today was begun by Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. Rome,
Beautiful bird view of the Colosseum. Photographer unknown. Rome, Italy.
The Aqueduct Park in Via Appia Antica, Rome, Italy.
A spectacular aerial view of the expansive ruins of the Roman military colony of Timgad (Batna), Algeria. The landmarks which are prominent in this image are the magnificent triumphal Arch of Trajan, ca. 100 AD and the well-preserved ancient theater. (Photo: Geo Steinmetz/John Trikeriotis). .
The Curia, first Roman senate house was built by Tullus Hostilius at the northwest corner of the Forum square. The Curia which stands today was begun by Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. He aligned this new Curia with its surrounding structures. The interior has three steps for the senator’s seats on either side of the vast hall. A speaker’s podium was located at the end opposite of the door. The Curia Julia was dedicated by Augustus in 29 B.C.
The Temple of Concordia is an Ancient Greek temple in the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, on the south coast of Sicily, Italy.
Detail of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, Rome, Italy.
Three remaining columns of the Temple of Apollo which was situated in front of the Theater of Marcellus. Rome, Italy.