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image Vol 115/20

Reference number

Vol 115/20

Purpose

Codex Coner: Plan and part-section of the mausoleum of Constantia (now the Church of S. Constanza)

Inscribed

 vacuum plateae est b.250 lu(n)-gitudo et latitudo est b.51

Notes

The note at the bottom: vacuum plateae est b.250 lu(n)-gitudo et latitudo est b.51 refers to the large space enclosed by a wall, known as the courtyard of Bacchus, a portion of which is indicated at the bottom of the drawing.

Level

Drawing

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