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For a measured drawing of the entablature labelled Trabeazione del Tempio di Jove Tonante (so called Temple of Jupiter Tonans - Jupiter the Thunderer, actually the Temple of the Divine Vespasian) see Italy: Rome: Pantheon: drawing 8 (which shares the same drawing sheet, SM 45/5/9)

Little remains of the Temple of the Divine Vespasian except for 'three columns of the southeast corner of the pronaos that still stand and carry a part of the entablature'. (L.Richardson, jr, A New topographical dictionary of ancient Rome, Baltimore, 1992)

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