MONUMENTS OF ANCIENT ROME
On-going project on the most significant still-standing monuments within the city walls of Rome. Its goal is the documentation of their current state of preservation and their visual rôle in the contemporary urban landscape.
The Colosseum as seen from the Oppian hill and the Northern side of the temple of Venus and Rome
The so-called Gate of the Argentarii into the Velabrum.
The temple of Portunus and one of the temples of S. Nicola in Carcere in the Forum Holitorium.
The Forum of Julius Caesar and the Southern side of the temple of Venus Genetrix.
The Porta Carmentalis – exterior (Western side) and interior.
Columns of the Temple of Apollo in Circo and the Area Sacra of Sant'Omobono.
Four-way arch of Constantine in the Forum Boarium.
The arch of Gallienus, the round temple of Hercules Victor in the Forum Boarium, and the Porticus of Octavia in Circo Flaminio.
Theater of Marcellus.
The Pons Fabricius, the Tiberine Island, and the Pons Aemilius.
Arch of Septimius Severus in the Roman Forum.
The Tabularium, Basilica of Julius Caesar, and Roman Forum.
Trajan's column in the Forum of Trajan.
Trajan's Markets in the Forum of Trajan.
Arch of Constantine in the valley of the Colosseum.
The Republican temples in Largo di Torre Argentina, in the Campus Martius.
The gate of Porta Maggiore and the tomb of Eurysaces.
The pyramid of Caius Caestius and the so-called Temple of Minerva Medica.