"Corinthian Columns at San Lorenzo" Basilica San Lorenzo alle Colonne Tip by littlesam1

  Corinthian Columns from 2nd or 3rd century
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These sixteen Corinthian columns are directly in from of San Lorenzo. The are thought to be from the 2nd or 3rd century and were part of an unidentified pagan temple. There were placed in this location probably around the 4th century. The statue in the middle of the square in front of the basicila is of Constantine. it is a bronze copy of a Roman statue.

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  • Written Feb 13, 2003
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