View of the Temple of Fortune, Palestrina (formerly Praeneste): remains of the roof of one of the arches of the temple on the 7th platform

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RIBApix ref no RIBA84096
Artist/PhotographerColonna, Signor
Hadfield, George (1763-1826)
Papworth, John Woody (1820-1870)
Subject Date-82
Image Date1848
Library ReferenceSB52/1(2)
Colour / B&W Colour
Credit RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: A number of drawings of Palestrina by Hadfield and Colonna were owned by J. W. Papworth which he used to illustrate a lecture he gave at the Royal Institute of British Architects on 15 May 1848 entitled 'Notes on some drawings in illustration of Praeneste (Palestrina)'. In his lecture he states that the Hadfield and Colonna drawings were made in 1791. It is thought that this drawing is one of three (RIBA84095-RIBA84097) probably by Papworth himself, after the Hadfield and Colonna drawings, and created for the lecture.

Subject tags

archaeological sites, temples