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Church of San Angelo in Itri

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Church of San Angelo in Itri

Cinerary urns and sculpture in the Campo santo

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Etruscan cinerary urns and sculpture from the collection at the Campo santo, Pisa.

Clearing damage near Ponte Vecchio

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View of Florentines clearing rubble along the bank of the Arno River and excavating books and manuscripts among the ruins of the Colombaria Collection.

Clearing rubble along Arno

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Elevated view from the west of people clearing rubble along the north bank of the Arno River.

Clearing rubble along Lungarno Torrigiani

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View of soldiers and Florentines clearing rubble on the Lungarno Torrigiani near the Ponte Vecchio.

Clearing rubble from the Tomb of Robert Anjou

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View showing workers clearing and repairing of the Tomb of Robert Anjou in the Basilica of Santa Chiara, Naples.

Clearing rubble from the Tomb of Robert Anjou. Uniformed officer is Major Paul Gardner.

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View showing workers clearing and repairing of the Tomb of Robert Anjou in the Basilica of Santa Chiara, Naples; on left a man in uniform and a man in a suit walk toward the upper part of the tomb.

Close up of ornamentation on unidentified object

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Close up view of scrollwork on XII Century calendar stone, one of twelve in the palace of the archbishop of Naples.

Close view.

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View to West

Collapsing ruins

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View of remains of medieval tower, as it is demolished under the direction of Capt. Cecil Pinsent M.F.A.A., following bombing damage.

Colonnade and apse of Capua Cathedral

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View onto damaged nave of Capua Cathedral (Cattedrale dei SS. Stefano e Agata) from which two young boys clear rubble.

Colossal female face

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Distant view

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Column capital

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Detail of a column capital in unidentified building. Based on the other images on this film, this could be San Lorenzo Maggiore.

Column no. 11

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From the northeast

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Column no. 12

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From the northwest

Column no. 16

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From south?

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Column nos. 10. 11. 12. 13

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View from southwest

Columns at San Carlo al Corso

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View of San Carlo al Corso, highlighting damage to the columns and the side of the building.

Columns at east porch.

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View from south

Columns no. 10 and 16.

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View from northeast

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Columns of temple

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From northwest

Columns of temple

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From northwest

Columns of the temple

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From the northeast

Columns of the temple

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From the east and hill of tombs

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke

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View of Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and an American named Captain Humphrey Brooke, having a conversation.

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke

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View of Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and an American named Captain Humphrey Brooke, having a conversation.

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke in Mussolini's archives

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Negative shoes two men, identified as Commander Re and Captain Humphrey Brooke, viewing documents at the Palazzo Viminale.

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke in the Palazzo Viminale

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Commander Re and Captain Humphrey Brooke in Mussolini's archives at the Palazzo Viminale, Rome.

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke reading

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Two men, identified as Commander Re and Captain Humphrey Brooke, viewing documents at the Palazzo Viminale.

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke viewing the card catalog in the Palazzo Viminale

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Commander Re and Captain Humphrey Brooke with the card catalog of Mussolini's archives at the Palazzo Viminale, Rome.

Commander Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) and Captain Humphrey Brooke viewing the card catalog in the Palazzo Viminale

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Commander Re and Captain Humphrey Brooke with the card catalog of Mussolini's archives at the Palazzo Viminale, Rome.

Commendatore Re (Director of the Real' Archivio di Stato) posing in the state archives of Rome

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Commendatore Re poses on the upper level of the state archives of Rome, in front of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza, a 17th century chapel designed by Borromini.

Concrete structure

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View from north

Confessional in Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi

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View of damaged confessional in Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi.

Conservatory of Music, Milan

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View of damage to the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of music.

Conservatory of Music, Milan

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View of damage at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of music, highlighting damage to the roof of the auditorium.

Conservatory of Music, Milan

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View of damage at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Music taken from the rear of the auditorium.

Console

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Distant view

Convent of Saint Francis of Assisi tower

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View of tower from interior courtyard of the convent of Saint Francis of Assisi, Brescia.

Corner of a fresco

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Corner of a damaged fresco showing a man's leg and column. Building unknown.

Courtyard at Borromeo Palace

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View of pointed archways in late-gothic courtyard at Borromeo Palace.

Courtyard at Hospital Maggiore

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View from ground level looking up at damaged building at Hospital Maggiore, off of a baroque courtyard.

Courtyard at Palazzo Borromeo

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View of the inner courtyard at Palazzo Borromeo.

Courtyard damage at Montecassino

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View of rubble in the ruins of the courtyard of Montecassino abbey; three soldiers in the foreground.

Courtyard of the Palazzo del Senato

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Grass-filled courtyard of the Palazzo del Senato showing damage and reinforcing columns.

Courtyard of the Palazzo del Senato

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View of the two-story portico courtyard of the Palazzo del Senato showing additional columns to reinforce the structure.

Courtyard with scaffolding

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Elevated view over a courtyard. The archways are filled with brick and have timber supports. Could this be Santa Chiara?

Crypt at Montecassino

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View of wall relief and mosaics in the crypt at Montecassino, in which part of the ceiling has caved.

Cypress pool at Villa Falconieri

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View of the cypress pool at Villa Falconieri.

Cypress pool at Villa Falconieri

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View of the cypress pool at Villa Falconieri.

Dalloza

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House no. II, front on court, from southwest.

Dalloza

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House no. II, front on court, from south.

Dalloza

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House no. II, east wall from east.

Dalloza

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House no. III, detail of windows in south wall, from south.

Dalloza

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House no. I, south side from south.

Dalloza

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Arabic mihrab built in front of the door of a house, from south.

Dalloza

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House no. III, from southwest.

Dalloza

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House.

Dalloza

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House no. II, from south.

Damage along the Arno

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Elevated view of Ponte Vecchio and damage along the Arno from the northeast. The negative has been damaged, apparently purposefully, with horizontal scratch marks.

Damage and Repairs on Roof of Scala Theater

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View of roof damage and repairs in process at the Scala Theater.

Damage at Cathedral of Saint Peter, Frascati

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View looking up at ceiling damage at Cathedral of Saint Peter, Frascati.

Damage at Hospital Maggiore

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View of damage on two stories of Hospital Maggiore, traditionally called "Ca' grande".

Damage at Hospital Maggiore

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View of damage on two stories of Hospital Maggiore, traditionally called "Ca' grande".

Damage at Montecassino

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Elevated view of damage at Montecassino Abbey.

Damage at Montecassino

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View of soldiers surveying the ruins at Montecassino abbey.

Damage at Palazzo Brera

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Interior view of damage at the Palazzo Brera

Damage at San Carlo al Corso

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View shows people working outside of San Carlo al Corso in Milan and shows various non-religious paintings (landscapes, still lifes) propped up against the columns of the church.

Damage at Sant'Eligio

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View of damage at Sant'Eligio.

Damage at Sant'Eligio

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Sant'Eligio

Damage at Villa Falconieri

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View of exterior damage at Villa Falconieri, Frascati.

Damage in Cassino

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Damage in the village of Cassino; Montecassino Abbey visible in the background.

Damage near Ponte Vecchio

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View of bombing damage along Arno, looking toward the Ponte Vecchio and the Palazzo Vecchio from the southwest.

Damage on the Arno

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View of damage along the Arno.

Damage revealing column base

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Close up view of a column base that was revealed following war damage. Unknown building but most likely Sant'Eligio in Naples.

Damaged bank of the Arno

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View from north bank of the Arno of substantial bombing damage.

Damaged bridge in Pavia

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View of allied damage to a brick and stone arch bridge over the Ticino River in Pavia, dating from 1354.

Damaged bridge in Pavia

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View of allied damage to a brick and stone arch bridge over the Ticino River in Pavia, dating from 1354.

Damaged bridge in Pavia

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View of allied damage to a brick and stone arch bridge over the Ticino River in Pavia, dating from 1354; Pavia Cathedral visible in the background.

Damaged building

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View of an unidentified building, with three figures sitting in front. Most likely in or near Rome or Rimini given the other images on same film.

Damaged building in Florence

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View from below of damaged building (No. 18 Borgo San Jacopo) in Florence.

Damaged building in Milan

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Given the other images on the same film strip this is likely a building in or near Milan.

Damaged building in Milan

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Given the other images on the same film strip this is likely a building in or near Milan.

Damaged ceiling, San Paolo Maggiore

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View, looking up, of damaged ceiling over the transept of San Paolo Maggiore.

Damaged central courtyard at Montecassino

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Four soldiers sit in the destroyed courtyard of the Montecassino abbey, framed by a headless statue of St. Benedict and a statue of the madonna arranged on a makeshift platform.

Damaged choir stalls in Velletri Cathedral

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View of an officer posing with choir stalls in Velletri Cathedral, which was damaged during fighting there in May 1944.

Damaged church

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Unidentified damaged church. Unknown location but most likely in or near Rome or Rimini given the other images on same film.

Damaged column at San Carlo al Corso

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View of piazza of San Carlo al Corso; damage to the column dominating the center of the frame.

Damaged exterior

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View of a damaged façade near Milan. Unknown location, but in or near Milan.

Damaged façade of Poldi Pezzoli Museum

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View from across the street of façade of Poldi Pezzoli Museum.

Damaged façade of Villa Lancellotti

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Damaged façade of the Villa Lancellotti in Frascati, also known as Villa Piccolomini.

Damaged façade of Villa Lancellotti with its owner, Prince Don Lauro Lancellotti, in front, who began to rebuild and restore the Villa immediately after the war.

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View of the damaged south façade of the Villa Lancellotti in Frascati with Prince Don Lauro Lancellotti, by entrance.

Damaged fresco at Palazzo Fontana-Silvestri

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Detail of frescoes at Palazzo Fontana-Silvestri.

Damaged frescoes at Palazzo Fontana-Silvestri

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Detail of frescoes at Palazzo Fontana-Silvestri.

Damaged frescoes in Pisa

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View of damaged frescoes in Campo santo in Pisa.

Damaged frescoes in the Campo santo

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Large hole in the fresco "Incredulity of Thomas" in the Campo santo, showing the matting base.

Damaged interior - likely Montecassino Abbey

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View of a bombed interior, perhaps the guest house at the Abbey of Montecassino.

Damaged interior at Sant'Eligio church

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View of damaged interior at Sant'Eligio, Naples.

Damaged interior of Saint Peter's church, Fondi

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Severely damaged interior with scaffolding of Saint Peter Apostle in Fondi.

Damaged plaques and frescoes in Campo santo

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View from scaffolding of damaged plaques and frescoes on the walls of the Campo santo in Pisa.

Damaged railroad tracks

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Damaged railroad tracks in rural area.

Damaged railroad tracks

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View of warped railroad tracks. Most likely in or near Rome or Rimini given the other images on same film.

Damaged roof of Velletri Cathedral

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View looking up to damage on the ceiling of Velletri Cathedral; Velletri had been the site of fighting in May 1944.

Damaged sarcophagus in Pisa

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Damaged stone sarcophagus in the Campo santo in Pisa.

Damaged scultpure, Campo santo

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View of damaged sculpture, surrounded by fragments, in the Campo santo, Pisa.

Damaged scultpure, Campo santo

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View of damaged sculpture, surrounded by fragments, in the Campo santo, Pisa.

Damaged shops on Ponte Vecchio

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Damaged buildings along the Ponte Vecchio looking north toward Duomo.

Damaged statues at Milan Cathedral

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View of damaged sculptures laid out on the ground; from Milan Cathedral.

Damaged stone bridge

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View showing collapsed stone bridge, with several women with baskets. Unknown location but most likely near Naples.

Damaged structure in Itri

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Small alley with damaged church in Itri.

Damaged structure in Milan

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View showing the roof damage on an oxagonal stone structure in Milan.

Damaged train station, Rimini

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View of destroyed train station in Rimini.

Damaged transcept of San Pietro in Gessate

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View of damage of the transcept looking east.

Damaged Villa Lancelloti in Frascati

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View of severely damaged Villa Lancelloti in Frascati. Pennoyer description: demolition of stables caused by burning Nazi ammunition.

Damaged walls at Montecassino abbey

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View of bombing damage at Montecassino abbey.

Damaged window of Hospital Maggiore

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View, looking up, at arched windows on the second story of the Hospital Maggiore with wooden supports.

Damged Scaligero Bridge

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View of the destroyed Scaligero Bridge and Castelvecchio in Verona.

Damit il-Alya

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Gate of temenos.

Damit il-Alya

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Stepped pyramid, from southwest.

Dana (Southern)

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Tomb monument with four Ionic columns.

Dana (Southern)

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Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, from southeast.

Dana (Southern)

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Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, from southwest.

Dana (Southern)

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Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, from southwest.

Dana (Southern)

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Pyramidal tomb, ruins.

Dana (Southern)

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Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from south.

Dana (Southern)

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Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from southwest.

Dana (Southern)

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Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from southeast.

Dana (Southern)

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Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from southeast.

Dana (Southern)

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Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, distant view from southwest.

Dana (Southern)

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House, front wall with modern stairway, from southwest.

Dar Kita

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Church of the Trinity (South Church), east wall.

Dar Kita

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Church of the Trinity (South Church), south wall.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), south side with two doorways.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), interior view into apse, from west.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, exterior of apse.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, interior of apse excavated.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, interior of apse.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, exterior from northwest.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), house and gateway of cloister.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Sergius (East Church), east wall exterior.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Sergius (East Church), west portal with chancel arch in background.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Sergius (East Church), interior of east end with baptistery at right.

Dar Kita

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Polygonal house wall and arcade to west of Church of St. Paul and Moses.

Dar Kita

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House no. V (439 AD), from southeast.

Dar Kita

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House no. XI (452 AD).

Dar Kita

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Building XV from southeast.

Dar Kita

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Church of the Trinity (South Church), pier capital.

Dar Kita

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House in complex XIV, detail of lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1081.

Dar Kita

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House no. II, detail of lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1082.

Dar Kita

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House no. XVII, detail of gateway lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1074.

Dar Kita

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House no. I, two doorways with Greek-inscribed lintels, l-r no. 1084 and no. 1083.

Dar Kita

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House no. XVIII, lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1089.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses, south side, eastern doorway, inscription no. 1076.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Paul and Moses, squeeze being made of inscription no. 1076.

Dar Kita

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House no. V, lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1078.

Dar Kita

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House no. X, Greek inscription on lintel, no. 1073.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Sergius (east church), Syriac graffito on exterior of east wall.

Dar Kita

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Church of St. Sergius (east church), Syriac graffito on exterior of east wall, detail.

Dar Kita

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Polygonal house wall to west of Church of St. Paul and Moses, from southwest.

Dar Kita

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General view of north end of the town, from southwest.

Dar Kita

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General view from west.

Dauwar

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Church and baptistery from southeast.

Dauwar

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Dromos of rock-hewn chamber.

Dauwar

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Church and baptistery from southeast.

Dauwar

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Church, cloister court from southeast corner.

Dauwar

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Houses with two-story colonnade, northeast of church.

Dauwar

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House II with two-story colonnade, north of church.

Dauwar

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House II with two-story colonnade, north of church.

Dauwar

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General view from southeast. Djebel il-Ala in distance, Kokanaya at extreme right.

Debris in Palazzo Marino

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View of damaged interior of 16th century Palazzo Marino with large mound of debris.

Debris of Milan Cathedral

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View of debris looking west from east façade of Milan Cathedral.

Dehes

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West Church, interior from west.

Dehes

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West Church, exterior of east end from northeast.

Dehes

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East Church, south portal.

Dehes

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Baptistery of East Church, from west.

Dehes

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Baptistery of East Church, lintel, cast of Syriac inscription No. 8.

Dehes

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Baptistery of East Church, from southeast.

Dehes

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Two-story portico of house facing south, near West Church.

Dehes

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Superposed doorways at center of town.

Dehes

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Villa in south of town, interior of court, west side.

Dehes

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Small house from north.

Dehes

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House near West Church, portico.

Dehes

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Vaulted cistern.

Dehes

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Wall of draughted masonry.

Dehes

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Relief beside tomb entrance.

Dehes

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Sculptures on west wall of tomb.

Dehes

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Sculptures on north wall of tomb.

Der idj-Djuwani

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Apse of small church.

Der il-Khaf

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Fortress, from east.

Der il-Khaf

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Fortress, Greek inscription no. 230 on lintel of small doorway in southwest angle.

Der il-Khaf

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Fortress, east end of south wall, showing inscriptions.

Der il-Meshkuk

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Nabataean inscription no. 27 (124 AD) from west wall of monastery.

Der il-Meshkuk

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Statue, male torso. Found north of the temple.

Der il-Meshkuk

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Upside down Nabataean inscription (124 AD) insitu, west wall of monastery.

Der Sambil

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Church, west front from west.

Der Sambil

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Church, interior ruins with capitals.

Der Sambil

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House on hill east of town, front wall from northwest.

Der Sambil

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House on hill east of town, general view from south.

Der Sambil

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General view of northern part of town.

Der Sambil

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House

Der Sambil

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House on hill east of town, front wall from northwest.

Der Sambil

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House on hill east of town, rear wall from west.

Der Sambil

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End walls of two small houses in center of town, from east.

Der Sambil

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House of the "Agnus Dei", front wall from south.

Der Sambil

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House of the "Agnus Dei", front wall from south.

Der Sambil

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House of the "Agnus Dei", detail of front wall from southeast.

Der Sambil

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House of the "Agnus Dei", general view from southeast.

Der Sambil

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House of the "Agnus Dei", front wall from south.

Der Sambil

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House in north part of town with inscription on left window lintel.

Der Sambil

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House, front with colonnade and pier of second story, from south.

Der Sambil

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House, front with colonnade and pier of second story, from south.

Der Sambil

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House in east part of town, detail of front wall with inscription on lower lintel.

Der Sambil

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House

Der Sambil

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House, south facade with second-story transverse arch visible through window.

Der Sambil

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Sarcophagus cover with relief of a boxer in gable end.

Der Sambil

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General view of ruins.

Der Seta

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General view.

Der Seta

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General view.

Der Seta

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Hexagonal baptistery from southeast.

Der Seta

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Hexagonal baptistery from south.

Der Seta

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Hexagonal baptistery from southeast.

Der Seta

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Hexagonal baptistery from east.

Der Seta

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Church, exterior of north wall.

Der Seta

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Church, exterior of north wall.

Der Seta

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Church, interior and north wall, from west.

Der Seta

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Church, exterior of south portal and windows.

Der Seta

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House on western slope, detail of two portals.

Der Seta

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Large house, front with stable on ground floor, from south.

Der Seta

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Ornamental details built into Arabic castle.

Der Seta

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Square baptistery adjoining church, from east.

Der Siman

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Three-story house, interior from west.

Der Siman

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Three-story house from west.

Der Siman

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Great Pandocheion (east end of town), from northwest.

Der Siman

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Great Pandocheion (east end of town), from southeast.

Der Siman

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Tombs and tomb chapel, from southwest.

Der Siman

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North Church, from southeast.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, church, west facade from west.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, church, south wall from south.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, church, interior of apse from west.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, campo santo (burial cloister), entrance from north.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, campo santo (burial cloister), interior from south.

Der Siman

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South Monastery, view from west.

Der Siman

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South Monastery, chapel, south wall from south.

Der Siman

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Pandocheion (center of town), view with inscribed lintel at center. See #1043.2

Der Siman

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Pandocheion (center of town), lintel with Greek inscription no. 1154 (479 AD).

Der Siman

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Door lintel of a tavern with Greek inscription no. 1155 (479 AD).

Der Siman

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Door lintel of a tavern with Greek inscription no. 1155 (479 AD), detail.

Der Siman

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Door lintel with Greek inscription.

Der Siman

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South Monastery, west inn, Syriac graffiti inscriptions 39 and 40 with squeeze applied.

Der Siman

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Syriac graffiti inscription no. 28.

Der Siman

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General view of ruins with triumphal arch at center, from northeast.

Der Tell Adeh

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Pier of jambstone with Syriac inscription no. 17, found near convent.

Der Tell Adeh

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Fragment.

Der Tell Adeh

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Ruins of convent, from northeast.

Der Termanin

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Church, remains of south wall, from southwest.

Der Termanin

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Church, interior remains from west.

Der Termanin

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Pandocheion (inn of the convent) from southeast.

Deraman

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Private house.

Deraman

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Private house facing south, from south.

Deraman

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Private house.

Deraman

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Private house facing south, from south.

Derit Azzeh

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Classic relief with Greek inscription built into modern house wall.

Destroyed bridge

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View showing damage to a bridge over a road in the countryside with mountains in the background. Unknown location - perhaps near Naples.

Destroyed bridge

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View showing damage to a bridge over a road in the countryside with mountains in the background. Unknown location - perhaps near Naples.

Destroyed building in Florence

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View of destroyed medieval tower, Borgo San Jacopo, near Ponte Vecchio in Florence after allied bombing. The tower was brought down by bulldozers and cable under the direction of Capt. Cecil Pinsent, M.F.A.A.

Destroyed church in Brescia

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View of an unidentified church in Brescia, severely damaged.

Destroyed courtyard at Montecassino

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View through an archway onto damaged central courtyard at the Montecassino Abbey.

Destroyed highway bridge

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Destroyed bridge. Capt. Pennoyer captions the print: Highway bridge on auto speedway Kilometer 51. East of Milan near Palazzolo

Destroyed Ponte alle Grazie bridge

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View of destroyed Ponte alle Grazie from the Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini. Tower of Santa Croce can be seen in the background. The bridge had been destroyed by retreating German troops and was not reconstructed following the end of the war.

Destroyed structures at Montecassino

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Slightly elevated view of damage at Montecassino.

Destruction of Roman bridge and towers, Capua

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View of 13th century gate with two flanking towers and Roman bridge from southwest, taken from across Volturno River.

Destruction of Roman bridge in Capua

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View of the Capua Gate and remains of Roman bridge.