The Built Environment
COLL 004 Blackboard site
3/5: Roman Manifestations of Power
|Leptis Magna. Severan Basilica. reconstruction of interior. 210-216.|
|Leptis Magna. Severan Basilica, 210-216. plan by Apollonj-Ghetti.|
|Circus of Maxentius. model at Memorial Hall, Philadelphia.|
|Rome. Circus of Maxentius. 1-3rd c. AD. Plan.|
|Rome. Arch of Septimius Severus. 203 AD. ext: total view from forum, east side.|
|Rome. Baths of Caracalla. Begun 3rd c. AD. Model.|
|Rome. Baths of Caracalla. plan after Coarelli. modified w/o identification numbers.|
|Rome. Baths of Diocletian. ext: central part.|
|Rome. Baths of Diocletian, c. 300. Plan. Coarelli, Guide Arch. di Roma.|
|Salonica. S. George. 4th c. ext: general view w/rotunda.|
|Salonica. S. George (Hagios Georgios). int: view from apse.|
|Trier. Basilica (Palace of Constantine), 4th c. ext: apse end, angle view|
|Trier. Basilica (Palace of Constantine). int: view towards apse.|
|Rome. S. Giovanni in Laterno. Isometric reconstruction as in 320.|
|Rome. Old S. Peter's. 15th century plan showing projected basilica of Nicholas V.|
|Milan. S. Lorenzo, 5th c. Plan.|
|Milan. S. Lorenzo. int: general view.|
|Anthemius of Tralles. Istanbul. Hagia Sophia, 532-537. int: general view from gallery.|
|Anthemius of Tralles. Hagia Sophia. plan|
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