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Effigies antiquae Romae ex vestigiis aedificiorum ruinis : testimonio veterum auctorum fide : numismatum monumentis, aeneis, plumbaeis, saxeis, tiglinisque / collecta atque in hanc tabellam redacta atque descripta a Pyrrho Ligorio Romano. [4 of 12]
- Ligorio, Pirro, approximately 1513-1583 and Ligorio, Pirro, ca. 1513-1583
- [Rome] : Presso Giovanni Scudellari, [1820-1830]
Bird's-eye view of ancient city of Rome as it might have looked at time of Emperor Augustus; relief shown pictorially. "Per xiiii [sic] regiones in quas urbem divisit Imp. Caesar Aug. : Pioque IIII [sic] Pont. Max. dicata excuderunt Romae Michael et Franciscus Tramezini, 1561." Reprint of the 1561 original, sold by Scudellari in 1820-1830.
- Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 B.C.-14 A.D., Rome (Italy)—Buildings, structures, etc, Rome (Italy)—History—To 476—Sources, Rome (Italy)—Maps—Early works to 1800, and Historical maps—Italy—Rome
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