D'aprés l'Antique, from Les Plus Beaux Monuments de Rome Ancienne ou Recueil des plus beaux Morceaux de l'Antiquité Romaine qui existent encore

Designed and engraved by Jean Barbault French
Printer Giunchi Heritiers de Komarek Italian
Publisher Bouchard & Gravier Italian

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Unnumbered plate with two architectural frieze fragments. The frieze in the foreground shows the front legs of a horse that is rearing over a reclining female figure holding a cornucopia. Set behind this is a second frieze with an ornamental pattern with a lion's head. This engraving appears at the bottom of page 5, below the second and final page of text describing the Forum of Vespasian. It is one of nine images in the volume that are incorporated into text pages, rather than on separate folios of plates.

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