A recreation of the Palace of Knossos. Illustration by Harry Green
Casa romana en Herculano. #Esmadeco.
Gioacchino Altobelli, Casino Negroni della Villa Peretti Montaldo - Roma. 1868
Scorcio del foro romano
The Circus Maximus as it was. The first major stadium in Rome built for the Circus Maximus was placed conveniently between the Aventine and Palatine hills, nestled within a small valley. This stadium would usually house the standard fare of the circus which consisted of chariot racing, specialized acts and religious ceremonies. Being that the stadium could accommodate 150,000 spectators, the sight would have been one of amazement for any citizen of the old world.
Drawing reconstruction of the Palace of Nestor at Pylos. The Palace of Nestor is the central building of a Middle Helladic era settlement surrounded by a fortified wall. The palace was a two-story building with store rooms, workshops, baths, light wells, reception rooms and a sewage system. The site is the best-preserved Mycenaean Greek palace discovered.
Abside di S. Maria Maggiore (1870)
Foto storiche di Roma - Quartiere Alessandrino. Vista della zona ove si sono eseguite le demolizioni per il tracciamento di Via dell'Impero