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Columns at the Pantheon

The Pantheon in Rome, capital city of Italy.

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Columns at the Pantheon

The Pantheon in Rome, capital city of Italy.

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Statue in Rome

Piazza Venezia in Rome, capital city of Italy.

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At the Vatican

Vatican City, Rome, Italy.

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At the Vatican

Vatican City, Rome, Italy.

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Monochromatic Columns

Street photography in Lucca, Italy.

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Pantheon

Tourist hang out in front of the Pantheon, a major tourist attraction in Roma, Italy.

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Architectural Details

Architectural details of a building in Central Asia.

Header image fro “In Central Asia, new believer shares her faith boldly, faithfully”

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Ruins in Smyrna

Broken columns from the ruins of the ancient agora of Smyrna. The agora suffered many earthquakes, including the great quakes of 115, 178 and 526 AD.

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Roman Market Ruins

Columns stand at current-day ground level of Izmir, Turkey above the excavated ruins of buried Smyrna.

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Roman Market Ruins

Stone arches, flowing water and pillars above were a stimulating combination to see. Smyrna

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Courtyard of the Gymnasium

The courtyard of the Gymnasium was the site where students had their physical training as the final purpose of the Roman pedagogic system was summarized by Juvenal’s words Mens sana in corpore sano “A healthy mind in a healthy body” (Satires, X, 356).

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Courtyard of the Gymnasium

A red inscription dedicates the space to the Roman Imperial family: Emperors Caracalla and Geta, and their mother Julia Domna; and even records that the hall was gilded by two ladies of consular rank.

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Gymnasium Entrance

The gymnasium entrance in the ancient city of Sardis.

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Jewish Synagogue

The courtyard of a Jewish synagogue in Sardis.

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Temple in Sardis

The enormous columns of the temple in Sardis are about 12 feet in diameter and 58 feet high.

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Brick and Rubble

A small brick and rubble church located at the corner of the temple which was probably built in the 4th Century A.D. long after the Temple cult had been abandoned, and was used as a place of Christian worship for 300 years before being buried under a massive medieval landslide.

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Broken Columns

Broken columns of the Temple of Artemis in Sardis.

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The Temple of Trajan

The Temple of Trajan in Pergamum. The construction of the temple was initiated under the Roman emperor Trajan and completed by his successor Hadrian. The purpose of the temple was to provide a venue for the religious cult of both rulers as well as Zeus.

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The Temple of Trajan

Crumbled remains of the temple of Trajan, where Zeus was worshiped, stand tower above the city of Pergamum on it’s highest hill.

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