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1 HSAR Roman Architecture with Professor Diana E. E. Kleiner Lecture 13 The Prince and the Palace: Human Made Divine on the Palatine Hill 1. Title page with course logo. 2. Domus Aurea, Rome, sketch plan of park. Reproduced from Roman Imperial Architecture by John B. Ward-Perkins (1981), fig. 26. Courtesy of Yale University Press. 3. Portrait of Titus, from Herculaneum, now Naples, Archaeological Museum. Reproduced from Roman Sculpture by Diana E. E. Kleiner (1992), fig Portrait of Vespasian, Copenhagen. Reproduced from A History of Roman Art by Fred S. Kleiner (2007), fig Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, aerial view. Credit: Google Earth. 5. Via Sacra, Rome. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. Arch of Titus, Rome, Via Sacra. Reproduced from Rome of the Caesars by Leonardo B. Dal Maso (1977), p Arch of Titus, Rome, from side facing Roman Forum [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). 7. Arch of Titus, Rome, 18 th -century painting [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). Arch of Titus, Rome, from side facing Colosseum. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 8. Arch of Titus, Rome, attic inscription and triumphal frieze. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner.

2 9. Arch of Titus, Rome, triumphal frieze, victory spandrels, and keystone. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 10. Arch of Titus, Rome, composite capital. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 11. Arch of Titus, Rome, triumph panel. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 12. Arch of Titus, Rome, spoils panel. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 13. Arch of Titus, Rome, vault with triumph panel. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 14. Arch of Titus, Rome, vault with divinization of Titus [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). 15. Arch of Titus, Rome, spiral staircase. Reproduced from Der Titusbogen by Michael Pfanner (1983), pl Arch of Titus, Rome, burial chamber. Reproduced from Der Titusbogen by Michael Pfanner (1983), pl Statue of Domitian, Rome, Vatican Museums [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). Portrait of Domitian, Rome, Capitoline Museums [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). 17. Stadium of Domitian, Rome, model. Reproduced from Rome of the Caesars by Leonardo B. Dal Maso (1977), p Stadium of Domitian, Rome, aerial view today as Piazza Navona. Credit: Google Earth. 19. Stadium of Domitian, Rome, remains [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). Domiziano Restaurant Wine Bar. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner.

3 20. Tre Scalini, Rome, Piazza Navona. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 21. Tre Scalini, Rome, Piazza Navona, Rome, Tartufi con or senza panna. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 22. Iron Age Village of Romulus, Rome, Palatine Hill. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, aerial view. Credit: Google Earth. 23. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, plan. Reproduced from Roman Imperial Architecture by John B. Ward-Perkins (1981), fig. 36. Courtesy of Yale University Press. 24. Palace of Domitian, Domus Flavia, Rome, Palatine Hill, basilica, cross section and plan. Credit: Yale University. 25. Palace of Domitian, Domus Flavia, Rome, Palatine Hill, restored view. Reproduced from A History of Roman Art by Fred S. Kleiner (2007), fig (John Burge). 26. Palace of Domitian, Aula Regia, Rome, Palatine Hill, statue of Hercules. Reproduced from Das Römische Weltreich by Theodor Kraus (1967), pl. XVI. Palace of Domitian, Aula Regia, Rome, Palatine Hill, statue of Dionysus. Reproduced from Rome Art and Architecture by Marco Bussagli (1999), p Palace of Domitian, Domus Flavia, Rome, Palatine Hill, general view with octagonal fountain. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 28. Palace of Domitian, Domus Flavia, Rome, Palatine Hill, triclinium. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 29. Palace of Domitian, Domus Flavia, Rome, Palatine Hill, triclinium, main apse and marble pavement. Reproduced from Roma: I Monumenti Antichi by Bruno Brizzi (1973), p Palace of Domitian, Domus Flavia, Rome, Palatine Hill, fountain. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner.

4 31. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, plan. Reproduced from Roman Imperial Architecture by John B. Ward-Perkins (1981), fig. 36. Courtesy of Yale University Press. 32. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, restored axonometric view. Reproduced from Roman Imperial Architecture by John B. Ward-Perkins (1981), fig. 37. Courtesy of Yale University Press. 33. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana, private wing and stadium garden, aerial view. Credit: Google Earth. 34. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana, stadium/garden. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 35. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana, garden nymphaeum and octagonal room. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 36. Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana, garden nymphaeum [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). Palace of Domitian, Rome, Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana, garden nymphaeum [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). 37. Palace of Domitian, Domus Augustana, Rome, Palatine Hill, restored view of garden nymphaeum. Reproduced from Ancient Rome, Monuments Past and Present by Romolo A. Staccioli (2000), p Palace of Domitian, Domus Augustana, Rome, Palatine Hill, garden nymphaeum and octagonal room, plan. Reproduced from The Architecture of the Roman Empire I by William L. MacDonald (1965), pl Palace of Domitian, Domus Augustana, Rome, Palatine Hill, octagonal room, cross section, plan, axonometric view. Reproduced from Roman Imperial Architecture by John B. Ward-Perkins (1981), fig. 46. Courtesy of Yale University Press. 40. Palace of Domitian, Domus Augustana, Rome, Palatine Hill, octagonal room, interior. Reproduced from Il Foro Romano e il Palatino by Gianfilippo Carettoni and Laura Fabbrini (1969), fig. 56.

5 41. Palace of Domitian, Domus Augustana, Rome, Palatine Hill, octagonal room, interior. Reproduced from The Architecture of the Roman Empire I by William L. MacDonald (1965), pl Coin portrait of Nerva. Reproduced from Römische Kaiserporträts im Münzbild by Peter R. Franke (1968), fig. 15. John Kerry, Reproduced from Internet. 43. Imperial Fora, Rome, plan. Reproduced from Roman Imperial Architecture by John B. Ward-Perkins (1981), fig. 6. Courtesy of Yale University Press. 44. Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, plan, Credit: Yale University. 45. Imperial Fora, Rome, aerial view. Credit: Google Earth. 46. Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, model. Reproduced from Rome of the Caesars by Leonardo B. Dal Maso (1977), p. 63 (right). 47. Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii, cubiculum 16. Reproduced from Pompeii and Herculaneum by Theodor Kraus (1973), fig Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, columns and frieze [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). 48. Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, columns and frieze, detail. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, columns and frieze, detail. Image Credit: Diana E. E. Kleiner. 49. Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, columns and frieze, by Piranesi [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009). Forum Transitorium (Forum of Nerva), Rome, columns and frieze, contemporary view [online image]. Wikimedia Commons.

6 (Accessed February 24, 2009). 50. Acqua Paola, Rome, Janiculum Hill [online image]. Wikimedia Commons. (Accessed February 24, 2009).

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