VIR 0002

Information about VIR 0002

Published on November 1, 2007

Author: Cuthbert

Source: authorstream.com

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Virtual Tour of Rome:  Virtual Tour of Rome Photographs by Margaret-Anne Gillis, Barrie Central Collegiate, Barrie, Ontario and Elizabeth Ellison, Elmwood School Ottawa, Ontario CANADA Slide2:  Looking out toward the Forum Romanum from the Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre). Photograph: E. Ellison Slide3:  This large stone is one of many which surrounded the Colosseum. It was a brace for the rigging used by sailors to extend the canvas canopy shade over the Colosseum. Photo: E. Ellison Slide4:  At the top of the Colosseum, fixtures for the supports of the rigging for the awning can still be seen. Photo: E. Ellison Photo: Elizabeth Ellison Slide5:  One of the many arched entranceways used by the audience to enter the Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre). Photo: E. Ellison Slide6:  The tiers of seats within the Colosseum. Photo: E. Ellison Slide7:  This walkway now spans the area where the floor of the Colosseum used to be. A visitor can now walk across the area used by the gladiators themselves! (This picture was taken from the Emperor’s box.) Photo: E. Ellison Photo: Elizabeth Ellison Slide8:  The substructure of the Colosseum can still be seen: intricate hallways and rooms believed to have housed animals and gladiators awaiting their turn in the games. Photo: E. Ellison Photo: Elizabeth Ellison Slide9:  Photo: E. Ellison Slide10:  Photo: E. Ellison Slide11:  One of the curved walkways leading between the levels of seats at the Colosseum. Photo: E. Ellison Slide12:  Amazingly, there are remains of a practice training ground for the gladiators very near the Colosseum itself. Much of the remains are still underground, covered by a road and other buildings. Photo: E. Ellison Slide13:  More of the gladiatorial practice structure. Photo: E. Ellison Slide14:  One can see how the road and other buildings still cover much of this training area. Photo: E. Ellison Slide15:  The Forum Romanum, seen from the Palatine Hill. Photograph: E. Ellison Slide16:  The Forum Romanum (looking toward the Temple of Castor and Pollux). Photograph: E. Ellison Slide17:  Arch of Titus Photo: Margaret-Anne Gillis Slide18:  Interior detail on the Arch of Titus commemorating the conquest of Judaea in relief sculpture by showing treasures from the conquered territory. Here is one of the only ancient artistic representations of a menorah. Photo: Margaret-Anne Gillis Slide19:  Interior detail of the arched ceiling of the Arch of Titus. Note the elaborate and beautiful stone carving. Photo: Margaret-Anne Gillis Slide20:  Interior relief sculpture on the Arch of Titus showing the triumphal procession following the conquest of Judaea. Photo: Margaret-Anne Gillis Slide21:  Temple of Vesta Photograph: E. Ellison Slide22:  Front view: The Temple of Vesta. Photo: Margaret-Anne Gillis Slide23:  Some of the remaining statues are quite intact, like this one whose head survives, along with her inscription. Photograph: E. Ellison Slide24:  One of the surviving statues of a Vestal Virgin, from the Garden of the Vestals in the Forum Romanum. Photograph: E. Ellison Slide25:  Photograph: E. Ellison The Garden of the Vestal Virgins Slide26:  Temple of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Photograph: E. Ellison Slide27:  The steps in front of the Temple of Antoninus Pius and Faustina. One can see how a Roman altar was actually located outside the temple itself, in the open where everyone could see the rituals. Photo: E. Ellison, 2001. Slide28:  The funeral pyre of Julius Caesar – his temple was built on top of these remains (the stairs are in front). Photograph: E. Ellison Slide29:  Basilica of Maxentius Photograph: E. Ellison Slide30:  The Curia, or Senate House of Ancient Rome. This was the nerve centre of the entire Empire! Photo: E. Ellison Slide31:  The view today, inside the Curia. Two altars are stored inside, as well as the remains of various statues. Photo: E. Ellison Slide32:  The remaining mosaic floor inside the Curia. Photo: E. Ellison Slide33:  Entrance to the Tomb of Romulus in the Forum Romanum. The Lapis Niger was found within - it is the stone bearing the oldest Latin inscription ever found. Photograph: E. Ellison Slide34:  The Temple of Saturn Photograph: E. Ellison Slide35:  Arch of Septimius Severus Photograph: E. Ellison Slide36:  The Circus Maximus seen from the Domus Augustana on the Palatine Hill. Photograph: E. Ellison Slide37:  A decorative pond from the grounds of the Domus Augustana on the Palatine Hill Photograph: E. Ellison Slide38:  Some of the gardens of the Domus Augustana. Photo: E. Ellison Slide39:  Other grounds of the Domus Augustana, with acanthus plants in the foreground. Photograph: E. Ellison Slide40:  A wall painting (fresco) from the House of Livia, wife of the first Emperor, Augustus. Photo: E. Ellison Slide41:  Another fresco from the House of Livia. Photo: E. Ellison Slide42:  Other structures on the Palatine Hill seen from the Domus Augustana. Photo: E. Ellison Slide43:  Photograph: E. Ellison The Ara Pacis, the Altar of Augustan Peace, is housed within this magnificent glass building. Slide44:  The Ara Pacis seen from in front of the Tomb of Augustus. Photo: E. Ellison Slide45:  The Ara Pacis seen from the front. Photo: E. Ellison Slide46:  This relief sculpture on the Ara Pacis shows the general Agrippa next to Gaius Caesar and Augustus’ wife, Livia Drusilla. Photo: E. Ellison Slide47:  The Tomb of Augustus seen from the site of the Ara Pacis. Photo: E. Ellison Slide48:  The Tomb of Augustus Photo: E. Ellison

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