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Pantheon, Hand Colored Engraving

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Wow! We find these ornate Roman columns breathtaking. The Pantheon, one of the most famous features of the old world, was a former Roman temple now converted into a Catholic Church. This temple was built under the rule of Emperor Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD), and represented power in the Roman Kingdom. Since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been dedicated to the church of 'Saint Mary and the Martyrs" or "Santa Maria Rotonda" in native Italian. This beautifully detailed, hand-colored engraving is from a collection named Costume Antico e Modern (Outfits on the Ages and Modern Day) by Dr. Giulo Ferrario. Dr. Ferrario made it his life's work to compete and document clothing, customs, and culture from around the globe and across the ages. His fascinating depictions allow us a rare peek at age-old architecture worldwide. Published in Florence, Italy in 1842. Over a century and a half ago! 

Condition: Age-appropriate wear. Paper toning in accordance with the print's age. Marks/stains as per photo. Wear around the edges and minor paper loss might be present in some prints. Please refer to each print's photo to get a better understanding of the condition. Very light text offsetting.

Year: c.1842 - 179 years old

Size: 5.5" x 9.0" (14cm x 23cm)