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Amphitheatres (27 Subjects)

Map of Verona. The amphitheater of Verona.

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Plan of the Roman Amphitheater of Pula: A plan of the Amphitheatre. A. A. The area; B. The podium C.C. The space occupied by the seats. D.D. The prisons in which the animals were kept. E.E. The stair-cases.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Fig. 1: The elevation of the west-side looking towards the port. Fig. 2: A section of its shortest diameter.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Fig. 1: Plan of one of the contraforti, shewing the arrangement of the stair-cases. Fig. 2: Transverse section of ditto. Fig. 3: Londitudinal section towards the body of the amphitheatre, with the steps restored. Fig. 4: Section through the outer wal of the amphitheatre, the remaining fragments of the prisons, and the podium.

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Roman amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Basement Story. Fig. 1: Plan. Fig. 2: Elevation.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: First Order. Fig. 1: Plan. Fig. 2: Elevation.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Mouldings of the First Order. Fig. 1: Base, capital and entablature. (The ornamental pedestal is here introduced) Fig. 2: Base of the pedestal. Fig. 3: Impost moulding of the arch.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Second Order. Fig. 1: Plan. Fig. 2: Elevation.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Mouldings of the Second Order. Fig. 1: Plinth, capital and entablature. Fig. 2: Impost moulding.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Third Order. Fig. 1: Plan. Cc are the holes in the plinth to admit the posts of the velum. Fig. 2: Elevation. [...] a.a. are spouts to carry off the water. b.b. grooves to receive the posts of the velum.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Mouldings of the Third Order. Fig. 1: Plan of the gutters. a. holes apparently to receive timbers [...]b. Pilaster continued to support the two upper courses. c. Openings through the cornice for the uprights of the velum. d. Gutters. e. Spouts with triangular openings to carry off the water. Fig. 2: Mouldings of the order: the cornice is singular: a a rain spouts. Fig. 3: Section of the cornice through the opening for the posts of the velum; the dotted lines shew the gutters. Fig. 4: Section of the plinth with the socket to receive the posts.

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View of the Roman amphitheater in Lucca.

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View of the Roman amphitheater in Lucca.

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View of the amphitheater of Pompeii, Italy.

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Map of the city of Pula in Croatia.

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The Roman amphitheatre in Verona.

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1. Plan of the Temple of Apollo at ancient Corinth. 2. View of the Temple of Apollo at ancient Corinth. 3. Plan of the Roman theatre off ancient Corinth.

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Ampitheatre Castrense, Rome.

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Colosseum, Rome.

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Interior of the Colosseum, 18th century.

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Saint Peter's Basilica, Rome.

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View of the Colosseum, Rome.

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Interior of the Colosseum, Rome.

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Saint Peter's Basilica, Rome.

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Panoramic view of the Colosseum in Rome.

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Remains of Roman amphitheatre at Pergamon.

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Remains of Roman amphitheatre at Pergamon.

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