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Identifier: illustratedcompa00rich (find matches)
Title: The illustrated companion to the Latin dictionary and Greek lexicon; forming a glossary of all the words representing visible objects connected with the arts, manufactures, and every-day life of the Greeks and Romans, with representations of nearly two thousand objects from the antique
Year: 1849 (1840s)
Authors: Rich, Anthony, 1803 or 1804-1891
Subjects: Classical dictionaries
Publisher: London, Longmans
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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s Romanforum nothing now remains but theruins of some of the edifices whichstood in or around it, still rising insolitary grandeur on the spot, orinterspersed amongst the modernbuildings which encumber the site.Its former level lies buried beneath adepth of twelve or fourteen feet ofearth and rubbish, so that the verysite it occupied, its bearings and di-mensions, form one of the most dis-puted points of Roman topography. FORUM. 299 But the excavations of Pompeii haveopened the Forum of that city, theremains of which are sufficientlycircumstantial to enable us to tracethe ground-plans of the various edi-fices surrounding it, and to assignsome probable use to each of them ;and will thus afford a general notion of the usual appearance of these places,and of the manner in which theywere laid out. The central area ispaved with large square flags, onwhich the bases for many statues stillremain, and surrounded by a Doriccolonnade of two stories, backed bya range of spacious and lofty build-
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ings all round. The principal en-trance is through an archway (for-nix) (a), on the left-hand corner ofthe plan, and by the side of a templeof the Corinthian order (b), supposedto have been dedicated to Jupiter.On the opposite flank of this templeis another entrance into the Forum,and by its side the public prison (car-eer) (c), in which the bones of twomen with fetters on their legs werefound. Adjacent to this is a long shallow building (d), with severalentrances from the colonnade, sur-mised by the Neapolitan antiquariesto have been a public granary (hor-reurn). The next building is anothertemple of the Corinthian order (e),dedicated to Venus, as conjecturedfrom an inscription found on thespot. It stands in an area, enclosedby a blank wall and peristyle, towhich the principal entrance is in aside street, abutting on the Forum,Q Q 2 300, FORUM. FOSSOR. and flanking the basilica (f), beyond-which there are three private housesout of the precincts of the Forum.The further or southern s

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  • booksubject:Classical_dictionaries
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