Pantheon


The first building was erected in 27 B.C. by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, the faithful advisor of Augustus. In Trajan's time, the temple was completedly rebuilt by Hadrian between 118 and 128, in the form was still see today. The inscription on the frieze of the porch, M(arcus) Agrippa L(uci) f(ilius) con(n)s(ul) tertrium fecit, was therefore placed there by Hadrian who never put his own name on any of the monuments be built.
excerpt from
The Golden Book of Rome and the Vatican

24 - 25 March 2001
Pantheon view across
piazza

Pantheon Front




Pantheon Across Fountain



Palazzo Glustiniani



Pantheon Columns

Inside Pantheon, looking towards entrance

Pantheon Interior Floor To Ceiling



Pantheon Interior

Opening in ceiling

Pantheon Inside Dome



Pantheon Looking Outward Thru Columns



Pantheon Looking Outward


Palazzo Glustiniani Seating

Pantheon and fountain
after dark

Pantheon Fountain Nightime


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