Ara Pacis Augustae in pictures and words

Charles S. Rhyne, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Reed College, has created a new website dedicated to the visual and historiographical study of the ancient Roman monument Ara Pacis Augustae. In his preface, Professor Rhyne explains that the site’s objective is “to make available a more comprehensive body of images of the Ara Pacis than previously available in any print or web publication.” Offered into 10 languages and with numerous images, the website also has a section with useful tips.

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1 Response to “Ara Pacis Augustae in pictures and words”


  1. 1 alex March 27, 2012 at 5:46 am

    For more info about Ara Pacis in Rome I suggest to visit this page:
    http://www.welcometorome.net/en/places-in-rome/see/monuments/ara-pacis


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