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: Walks in Rome (including Tivoli, Frascati, and Albano)
: Hare, Augustus J. C. (Augustus John Cuthbert), 1834-1903 Baddeley, Welbore St. Clair, 1856-
: Rome (Italy) -- Description and travel
: London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & co.
: University of California Libraries
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£; ^ c Walks in Rome 361 Room XIII. contains a set of Mosaics, illustrating the FactionesCircenses, or four Parties, i.e. Reds, Greens, Blues, and Whites, ofthe Circus. Observe the costumes of the drivers. (Cf. AntichiMonumenti, by Ersilia Caetani-Lovatelli.) Also, a number of wall-paintings from Ostia, the Aventine, and the Columbarium of theStatilii (excavated 1875) on the Esquiline. A Cinerary Urn withscenes from the Eleusinian mysteries, from the same spot. TheDiscobolus from Castel Porziano (1908). The hoard of Anglo-Saxon coins found in a ninth century housein the Atrium Vestae (1883) will be observed displayed in glasscases, likewise the splendid find of golden Solidi, also from theAtrium Vestae, found by Comm. Boni (Nov. 17, 1899), which hadbeen hidden under a tile therein in a.d. 472, probably when Ricimersacked Rome. Note also a fine golden Fibula found by Mr. Blissin the Stadium on the Palatine (1896). An object of great interest (now on the right of the entrance ofRoom I.
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