<
 
 
 
 
>
hide You are viewing an archived web page, collected at the request of UCLA using Archive-It. This page was captured on 15:47:40 Sep 19, 2016, and is part of the Digital Scholarship collection. The information on this web page may be out of date. See All versions of this archived page. Loading media information

QuickTimeVR

Object movie

2.0M

35.0M

QuickTimeVR

Panorama movie

500K

QuickTimeVR

Panorama movie

500K

QuickTimeVR

Panorama movie

500K

QuickTimeVR

Panorama movie

500K

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

Reconstruction view

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Still image

View from Basilica Aemilia

320 x 240

640 x 480

1250 x 900

Antoninus et Faustina, templum
Imperial cult temple commemorating the Emperor Antoninus Pius and his wife, Faustina
Reconstructed state: Building as first dedicated

Alternate names: Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, Templum Faustinae, Templum Divi Antonini et Divae Faustinae, Templum Divi Pii

A temple built after the death of the Empress Faustina (141 AD) on the north side of the Forum just east of the Basilica Aemilia. The cult of Antoninus Pius was added at the emperor's death and deification (161 AD). It was a hexastyle, prostyle temple in the Corinthian order set on a high podium. The columns are cipollino. The fabric of the building was constructed of peperino tufa revetted with white marble. It survives in a fair state of preservation because it was converted into a church in the early middle ages.