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Winckelmann-Museum Stendal Aegidius Sadeler Europäische Stadt- und Landschaftsansichten Antikenansichten und antike Topographie in Grafik und Aquarell [WG-B-136,11]

Palatin mit Konstantinsbogen und Kolosseum

Palatin mit Konstantinsbogen und Kolosseum (Winckelmann-Museum Stendal CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Winckelmann-Museum Stendal (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Bez.: A. Parte dell’occidua facciata del monte Palatino et delle ruoine che vi restano di quei augustissimi edificii, quali quantunque da diversi Imperatori in diversi tempi et quasi man’ a mano construtti pur hoggidi sotto un solo nome di Palazzo maggiore soi comprendono. B. Arco di Constatino eretto da esso Constantnio doppo la vittiria hanuta, contro Massentio presso il ponte Milvio. C. Amphiteatro volgarmente colosseo opera di Vespasiano, ma dedicato da Tito suo figliuolo
u.r.: 10

Material/Technique

Kupferstich

Measurements

Bild: 15,6 x 27,3 cm (beschnitten) Blatt: 15,6 x 27,3 cm

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[Relationship to location]
Palatin (Rom)
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Kolosseum
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Konstantinsbogen (Rom)
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Object from: Winckelmann-Museum Stendal

Das Winckelmann-Museum wird seit 2000 von der Winckelmann-Gesellschaft getragen. Die Winckelmann-Gesellschaft geht auf eine kontinuierliche Pflege ...

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