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Temple of Diana Aventine Hill Rome Built in the 6th century BC

Temple of Diana Aventine Hill Rome Built in the 6th century BC


Temple of Diana, Aventine Hill, Rome. Built in the 6th century BC during the reign of the King Servius Tullius (c.575-535 BC).

The Roman temple Maison Carré of Nimes, France, built 19-16 BCE, dedicated to Gaius and Lucius, the grandsons of Augustus / Wikimedia Commons

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The capitol is a Roman temple from the 2nd century CE, principally dedicated to Rome's protective triad: Jupiter Optimus Maximus, Juno Regina et Minerva ...

Ancient Roman Empire

Temple of Bacchus in Baalbek ancient Roman ruins in Lebanon

The Maison Carrée in Nîmes, one of the best-preserved Roman temples. It is a mid-sized Augustan provincial temple of the Imperial cult.

Roman Forum

The Pantheon, a landmark of the Campus Martius since ancient Rome.

Artemis Temple Complex

Temples and shrines[edit]

Roman architecture

Roman Forum: Temple of Vesta

The Temple of Vesta was rebuilt after a fire under the reign of Septimus Severus,

Temple of Venus Genetrix

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Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus (model, Museum of Roman Civilization) - built by the last King of Rome, Lucius Tarquinius Superbus end of century BC

Model based on Vitruvius' description of a 6th century BCE etruscan temple.

Basilica of Saint Sabina at the Aventine was built in the 5th century (between 422 and 432) by Priest Petrus and was later given to the Roman Catholic ...

A fragment of the Severan marble plan of Rome, the Forma Urbis, identifies a republican temple (periptero sine postico) located to the west of the baths, ...

Amphitheater, Orange

Palantine hill, Rome, City of seven hills, Bible Prophecy, Whore of Babylon

Map of Aventine Hill, 00153 Rome, Italy

Ancient Rome civilization

The literary tradition associates the Aventine hill with the legend of Rome's foundation: there, Remus is said to have taken the auspices while his brother ...


The first temple honoring Diana at Rome was the Temple of Diana on the Aventine Hill. The Aventine Temple was established during the reign of King Tullius ...

View Of The Roman Temple Of Diana Canvas Print / Canvas Art by James L. Stanfield

Events Aventine Secession (494 BC), Aventine Secession (20th century) Ancient Roman religion Temples to Diana, Ceres, Liber and Libera, Bona Dea.

The Diana of Versailles, a 2nd-century Roman version in the Greek tradition of iconography (Louvre Museum, Paris).

Roman Forum

Aventine (Aventino) Hill is the southern most hill of the Roman seven (and it's the fifth hill of the seven in our blog series). Between the Aventine Hill ...

Temple of Portunus

Valle dei Templi

Marcellus Theater - dedicated by Augustus in (& Sosian Temple of Apollo Columns built

Campus Martius

View of the Temple of Romulus, from the Palatine Hill.

The Gate on Aventino Hill, Rome with a magnificent view to Vatican through a keyhole

Shards of terracotta decorative plaques, 6th century BC (Roman Kingdom and Etruscan period), found in the Roman Forum, now in the Diocletian Baths Museum, ...

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PantheonExterior of the Pantheon, begun 27 bc, rebuilt c. ad 118–128, Rome. © Jeffrey S. Campbell

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Roman Kingdom


Temple of Castor and Pollux

Temple of Julius Caesar

Il Circo Massimo, Rome - Is an ancient Roman chariot racing stadium and mass entertainment venue located in Rome, Italy. Situated in the valley between the ...


Plate VI Temple of Apollo Sosianus (ca. 29 B.C.E.), partial restoration

The Temple of Castor and Pollux, The Forum Rome - originally built in gratitude for

Villa del Priorato di Malta

Circus MaximusSite of the Circus Maximus, Rome, with the ruins of the imperial palace on Palatine Hill in the background. Tom Corser. By the 3rd century bce ...

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Orange Garden, Rome

Rome: Colosseum

Columns In The Ancient Roman City Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Richard Nowitz

Marcellus, Theatre of


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GENERAL INFORMATION- Rome (Roma) is the capital of Italy. It is the fourth most populous city in the European Union and largest in Italy.

Campus Martius

Portunus (mythology)

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Capitoleum of Dougga, Tunisia


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Rome: Colosseum

Servius Tullius. The 6th King of Rome

Roman Temple of Évora

Rome: ColosseumColosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre), Rome, c. ad 70–82. © Goodshoot/Jupiterimages

Temple of Cybele, or Magna Mater

Among the Doliola and the area of the fig tree, the olive tree and the grapes, there are some square-shaped wells covered by grates and barriers, ...

Wendy Quest


Domestic and Private Cult. Temple of Vesta

Rome, From Mount Aventine

Model of Rome in the 4th century AD, by Paul Bigot. The Circus lies between the Aventine (left) and Palatine (right); the oval structure to the far right is ...

In the 1st century AD, the Colliseum was built for other forms of public entertainment - gladiatorial games.

Temple of Hercules Victor in the Forum Boarium Tempio di Ercole Vincitor.

Constantine, Arch of

Forum Romanum (The Roman Forum)

Trajan's ForumTrajan's Forum, Rome; designed by Apollodorus of Damascus. Markus Bernet

Temple of Hera - Agrigento, Sicily

Another testimonial of Minerva's efficiency in restoring hair has been found at Piacenza, a votive tablet put up MINERVÆ MEMORI by a lady named Tullia ...

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Arcus Argentariorum - The Arcus Argentariorum, leaning on the right to the basilica of San