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Architecture antique

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Tunisie - Carthage

Tunisie, Carthage

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Tunisie  Amphithéâtre romain d'el jem
el jem
Coliseo de El Jem,Túnez, el edificio romano más grande África.

Tunisie, amphithéâtre d'El Jem (Thysdrus)

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Leptis Magna, Syrie

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Volubilis, Maroc

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[EGIPTO 29864] 'Entradas a la capilla en Abydos.' Parado en el extremo occidental de la Segunda Sala Hipóstila del Templo Seti I en Abydos, esta imagen muestra las entradas a cuatro de las siete capillas a las que se puede acceder desde la sala. El centro de la imagen está dominado por la imponente puerta de la Capilla de Amun-Ra. A la izquierda de esta puerta, vemos posteriormente las entradas a las capillas de Ra-Horakhty, Ptah y (apenas visibles) Seti I. Hubo un tiempo en que las puertas

Égypte antique

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House of Paquius Proculus / Cuspius Pansa, Pompeii
Roman road at Pompeii
One of the streets in Pompeii showing the cart tracks worn into one of the Roman roads through the town.

Pompéï, Italie

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10. insulae:  apartment blocks in which poor Romans lived.  (sometimes 6 stories high and poorly built, they often collapsed).
The Roman House
Domus Flavia,- (in red) Was the official residence of the emperors. It was completed in 92 AD in the reign of Titus Flavius Domitianus, more commonly known as the Emperor Domitian, and attributed to his master architect, Rabirius. His work was identified by a technique he used on details. It contained an Aula Regina (oval office), hall with lararium (shrine to household gods), a small basilica with an emperor's throne and a heated floor (hypocaust).

Rome antique

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Ancient Acropolis 3D presentation
TEMPLO de ATENEA en Atenas, finales del VI a.C. - Novedad: introduce rásgos JÓNICOS en un edificio DÓRICO

Athènes antique

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Syria, Palmyra
Hadrian’s Gate, Palmyra Known as the ‘Venice of the Sands’, the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra – located at the edge of an oasis of date palms and gardens – was a wealthy caravan centre from the 1st to the 3rd centuries CE, sometimes independent and at other times under the control of Rome  Photograph: Fernando Arias/Getty Images/Flickr RF

Palmyre, Syrie

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Herculaneum: A street bar with pots to keep food hot.
Buffet, Herculaneum, Italy  2011 / by Marny Perry
Herculaneum was excavated before Pompeii, but is much smaller.

Herculanum, Italie

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How the Romans did their business: images of Latrines throughout the Roman world FOLLOWING HADRIAN