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

Various artists/makers

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Unnumbered plate with multiple architectural fragments. At right, an column capital with acanthus leaves is surrounded by foliage. At left, a fragment of an entablature with a medallion containing two figures is partially visible. This engraving appears at the bottom of page 10, below the second and final page of text describing the Temple of Hadrian (identified as the Temple or Basilica of Antoninus Pius). 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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