Portions of antique soffites, employed to form the ceiling of the landing of the staircase K.
Details of the ornaments of the window marked I; M is an antique fragment in marble, as also N, and the modillions on either side, with carver eagles; the brick columns are surmounted with the fragments O O, which serve for capitals, and upon them a portion of an antique archivolt. On the inner side, next the landing of the staircase, is the verse:--ADSV ROMANIS GRANDIS HONOR POPVLIS
Longitudinal section on the line A B on plans.
Plan of the lower story of an ancient house, commonly called the House of Pilate, on the left bank of the Tiber, near the Temple of Fortune, and which is believed to have been that of Crescenzio [House of Crescentius], or of Cola de Rienzo, built in the eleventh, and restored in the following centuries.
Transverse section on the line C D.
Plan of the upper story.