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Antiquities of Benevento, Capua and their surroundings.
Besides the monuments that still exist, we will give, figured, the famous Benevento Arch, and the Amphitheater of Capua.
A volume, containing 60 plates
A volume intended for explanations.

10th, 11th & 12th Sections.
Part of the Mediterranean side.

Antiquities that can be found from the cave of Posilipus, along the coast, to Gaëta. It is there, as history attests, that Cicero, Lucullus, and the emperors Tiberius, Claudius, Caligula and Nero, seduced by the amenity of the site, the fertility of the soil, the temperature of the climate, established their houses of delight.
The antiquities, the plans, the points of view, will form two volumes, containing 200 plates.
There will also be an explanatory volume.

Antiquities of Lazio. Via appia, from Brindizi to Rome, with its surroundings. New discoveries made during the last drying up of the Pontine marshes, under the pontificate of Pius VI; sepulchres, mausoleums, towns, temples, and generally anything remarkable.
Three volumes, containing 220 plates
A volume of explanations and dissertations.

The famous Emissary of Emperor Claudius at Lake Fucino. The course of the waters will be depicted in detail; moreover, a general plan of the neighboring town, called Alba Lunga with the demonstration of its temples, theatres, amphitheatres, walls, etc.
A volume, containing 60 plates
An explanation volume will contain the specific details of the said emissary.

Built from the time of the Kings, the Republic and the Emperors, up to Constantine.
For convenience, they will be presented by class, not in order of time.
35 vol. divided into 9 Sections — I, II, III Sections.
General map of ancient Rome.
The ancient Capena gate, discovered about twenty years ago, and designed by us before it was filled in again. The hills, the course of the Tiber, the triple enclosure of Rome, one made by Romulus, the second by Servius, the third by Aurelieu. The latter still exists today, after having been restored by Bélisaire, Narsette, and the Pontiffs. This plan, combined again, both with the monuments already published, and those still unpublished, that with what was discovered during the excavations made in the past and present century, will contain, in addition, notices which will complete the works by Flaminius Vacca Nolli, Vinkelman, Ficaroni, Venuti, and other authors, from Julius II to Pius VII.
Large plan with geometrical divisions, under the different aspects, of each of the seven hills, containing the buildings from which the drawings have been taken by us during the excavations. Together the plan of the other two hills, Pincio and Giannicolo.
Large detail of the most beautiful buildings of which there are still vestiges, and Indication of those whose existence has been made known by tradition.
The Capitoline Hill, the Palatine, will not be less interesting.
The first will offer the remains of superb foundations; the Rock, the Rupe Tarpeia, known as Roche Tarpeïenne, the magnificent buildings, the temples, etc. On the Palatine, note the plans and attachment of the imperial palace, begun by Augustus, followed by Tiberius, Caligula and Nero. This superb palace embraced not only the whole of the Palatine Hill, but still part of the supposed space up to the Esquiline Hill.
Three volumes, containing 200 plates
A volume of dissertations and explanations.

PLANS, sections and details of the Temples of Virile Fortune of Vesta.
of Romulus on the Palatine.
of Remus, near the Roman forum.




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