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Plan of the Temple of Serapis at Pozzuoli
Overview of the Roman Macellum [marketplace] of Pozzuoli, Italy, considered to be the Temple of Serapis in the 18th century and visited by Sir John Soane, Sir William Hamiltion and other English antiquaries. With a scale of feet below the main drawing. Signed lower right "J Mynde delin." (James Mynde, active 1740-1770). Plate 2 from the paper "An account of thre Temple of Searpis at Pozzuoli in the Kingdom of Naples..." by John NIxon (d.1777), Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.50 (1757-1758) pp.166-174.
Original: ink on paper. 1757
- Image ref: RS-9371
- The Royal Society