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Looking north to south, the Pantheon with the small Baths of Agrippa right behind it. In front of the Pantheon, centred in the square, stands the Arch of Piety.
To the right stand the substantial Baths of Nero. In the top right of the image is the Portico of Pompey.
The grand portico to the left of the Pantheon is a very large enclosure. It possibly houses temples to Isis and Serapis (in this model the two small circular temples) and possibly a temple to Minerva (the small rectangular model). Yet this remains fairly unclear.

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This page was last updated on 16th July 2007.