Pantheon Front, Rome

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Emma Groeneveld
by Wknight94
published on 12 April 2017
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The front of the Pantheon in Rome, dated to the first part of emperor Hadrian’s reign, probably between 117-126-8 CE. Hadrian copied the inscription present on an earlier building that used to stand on the same spot, built around 25 BCE by Agrippa. It states the following:
M(arcus) A(grippa) L(ucius) F(ilius) Co(n)s(ul) Tertium Fecit
Marcus Agrippa, son of Lucius, three times consul, made this.

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