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Ostia Antica: Horrea Epagathiana. Public warehouse for consumable and/or valuable goods. Constructed with ramps instead of stairs to facilitate access and raised floors to prevent grain spoilage.

TO in Roman Architecture]- Horrea Epagathiana, Ostia, 150 AD. A Horreum (plural: horrea) was a type of public warehouse used during the ancient Roman period. It made of bricks, Using of brick was another important revolution in Roman architecture.

The entrance door to the Horrea Epagathiana, 2nd century AD. It's decorated with brick columns and capitals. Ostia was a commercial ports, therefore it's needed for a horrea (Warehouse). The entrance door to the Horrea Epagathiana, 2nd century AD. It's decorated with brick columns and capitals. Ostia was a commercial ports, therefore it's needed for a horrea (Warehouse).

The entrance door to the Horrea Epagathiana, 2nd century AD. It's decorated with brick columns and capitals. Ostia was a commercial ports, therefore it's needed for a horrea (Warehouse). The entrance door to the Horrea Epagathiana, 2nd century AD. It's decorated with brick columns and capitals. Ostia was a commercial ports, therefore it's needed for a horrea (Warehouse).

Jerash, the Gerasa of Antiquity (Ancient Greek: Γέρασα), is the capital and largest city of Jerash Governorate (محافظة جرش), which is situated in the north of Jordan, 48 kilometres (30 mi) north of the capital Amman towards Syria. It is the site of the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, also referred to as Antioch on the Golden River.

Jerash, the Gerasa of Antiquity (Ancient Greek: Γέρασα), is the capital and largest city of Jerash Governorate (محافظة جرش) near Amman towards Syria. The Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, also referred to as Antioch on the Golden River.

096- AUGUSTUS-(27BC TO 98AD)-TRAJAN: a survived Columns of Forum Transitorium, Forum Transitorium (Argiletum), Rome. 85-97 AD. For the first time in Roman architecture, a series of the wall columns were elected next to the wall of a Forum. Such a combination it was only in Roman wall paintings before.  Columns is  very highly decorated capital and entablature like many of Flavian architectural ornamens.

TO a survived Columns of Forum Transitorium, Forum Transitorium (Argiletum), Rome. For the first time in Roman architecture, a series of the wall columns were elected next to the wall of a Forum. Such a combinat

Ostia Antica - the second Pompeii

Ostia Antica - the second Pompeii

243-ROMAN TOWN PLANNING, Miletus: Reconstruction of the stone Gate of the Market at Miletus, Pergamon Museum in Berlin, c. 150 AD.

Pergamon Museum à Berlin : Antiquité et art islamique [Mitte] ⋆ Vanupied

ROMAN ARCHITECTURE, Residential Buildings, Ostia: Remains of the court-yard

ARCHITECTURE, Residential Buildings, Ostia: Remains of the court-yard, Insula of Serapis. The building is made of concrete and brick.

212-ROMAN TOWN PLANNING, Ostia: Horrea (Warehouses) Epagathiana. Ostia was a commercial ports and therefore it's needed for warehouses. Horrea is a latin word for Warehouses. The entrance door of Horrea Epagathiana is decorated with brick columns and capitals, an architrave (with the inscription) and a pediment.

212-ROMAN TOWN PLANNING, Ostia: Horrea (Warehouses) Epagathiana. Ostia was a commercial ports and therefore it's needed for warehouses. Horrea is a latin word for Warehouses. The entrance door of Horrea Epagathiana is decorated with brick columns and capitals, an architrave (with the inscription) and a pediment.

Check. Coliseum - Rome, Italy

Check. Coliseum - Rome, Italy

083- AUGUSTUS-(27BC TO 98AD)-TRAJAN: Arch of Titus, 82 AD, Rome. The Arch of Titus is located on the Via Sacra at the Roman Forum. It was constructed around AD 82 by the Roman Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus, to commemorate Titus' victories, including the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 AD. The arch was restored by architect Giuseppe Valadier in 19th century.

083- AUGUSTUS-(27BC TO 98AD)-TRAJAN: Arch of Titus, 82 AD, Rome. The Arch of Titus is located on the Via Sacra at the Roman Forum. It was constructed around AD 82 by the Roman Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus, to commemorate Titus' victories, including the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 AD. The arch was restored by architect Giuseppe Valadier in 19th century.

Porta Maggiore | it is one of the eastern gates in the ancient Aurelian Walls of Rome, built in 52 AD the emperor Claudius. The reason for to build this port was to conecting the aqueducs which began early and complited by Claudius.

Porta Maggiore it is one of the eastern gates in the ancient Aurelian Walls of Rome, built in 52 AD the emperor Claudius. The reason for to build this port was to conecting the aqueducs which began early and complited by Claudius.

Roman Forum | Basilica Maxentius (Basilica Nova), Roman Forum,306- 12  It was begun by Maxentius in 306 AD and completed by Constantine.

Remains of Basilica Maxentius (Basilica Nova), Roman Forum,

archeologia romana - domus aurea

The Domus Aurea (Latin for "Golden House") was a large palace built by the Roman…

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