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

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

Not on view

Unnumbered plate with architectural and sculptural fragments in an exterior setting. To the right of center, the bust of a figure wearing a toga, with the feet of a large statue visible in the rear. In the foreground, a large fragment of a plaque is "engraved" with the title, "Fragmens Antiques." This image appears below plate 50, "Autel d'Apollon," and across from page 84, which contains the section of text describing the altar.

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