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Giuseppe Vasi
Sulle magnificenze di Roma Antica e Moderna

Book 1 - Le Porte e le Mura di Roma (The Gates and the Walls of Rome)

Allegory of Rome between Porta del Popolo and Castel Sant'Angelo in a small etching in the opening page of Book 1

Plate 1 - Porta del Popolo (F/1)
Plate 2 - Porta Pinciana (H/2)
Plate 3 - Porta Salaria (K/1)
Plate 4 - Porta Pia (K/2)
Plate 5 - Porta Chiusa (M/3)
Plate 5-ii - Mura dell’antico Castro Pretorio (M/2)
Plate 6 - Porta S. Lorenzo (M/6)
Plate 7 - Porta Maggiore (N/7)
Plate 8 - Porta S. Giovanni (M/9)
Plate 9 - Porta Latina (L/12)
Plate 10 - Porta S. Sebastiano (O.o.m)
Plate 11 - Porta S.Paolo (G/12)
Plate 11 ii - Interno della Porta S. Paolo - Esterno della Porta Portese antica (E/11)
Plate 12 - Porta Portese (E/10)
Plate 12 ii - Candelabro degli Ebrei
Plate 13 - Porta S. Pancrazio (C/9)
Plate 14 - Porta Settimiana (D/7)
Plate 15 - Porta S. Spirito (C/5)
Plate 16 - Porta Cavalleggeri (B/5)
Plate 17 - Porta Fabrica (A/5)
Plate 18 - Porta Pertusa (O.o.m.)
Plate 19 - Porta Angelica (B/3)
Plate 20 - Porta Castello (C/3)
Plate 20 ii - Map of the Walls of Rome
(the combination of letter/number shown next to each plate refers to the clickable map of 1912 Rome here belowat the end of the list; O.o.m.=out of map; see the map in Book 5)


Clickable map which shows also in yellow the plates of Book 2 - The main Squares of Rome

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