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After A Print Previously Attributed To The Master Ga Collection

After a print previously attributed to the master GA, we catch a glimpse of the majestic ruins that once adorned the ancient city of Rome


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After a print previously attributed to the master GA, we catch a glimpse of the majestic ruins that once adorned the ancient city of Rome. In this series titled 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus, ' we are transported back in time to witness the grandeur and architectural prowess of Rome's past. The first image captures a partial view of the Building Aerarii Publici, showcasing its intricate details and impressive scale. Moving on, we encounter the mesmerizing half arch of Porta Antonae from the Templum Iovis Ultoris series, leaving us in awe of its sheer beauty. Continuing our journey through time, we come across another partial view – this time it is Building Palatium Claudie. Its remnants tell tales of opulence and power that once resided within those walls. Next up is another half-building from the Templum Saturni series. The Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus truly bring out every detail, allowing us to appreciate even more how these structures stood tall against time. As our exploration continues, we stumble upon an intriguing ruin – Palace Facade Palatium M Agrippa. The partially preserved facade hints at what was once an extraordinary palace fit for royalty. Moving forward, our eyes are drawn to yet another partial view – this time it is Building Tem Ro Penatibus Dicatu. Its significance remains shrouded in mystery as we marvel at its remaining fragments. Arch Arcus Lutii Septimi catches our attention next with its magnificent archway showcased in half form from Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus series. We can only imagine how breathtaking it must have been when fully intact. A cross-section round temple named Pinaculu Termar offers a unique perspective into Roman architecture's inner workings. This detailed depiction allows us to appreciate not just the exterior beauty but also the intricate design within.