Pantheon Front, Rome

Illustration

Emma Groeneveld
by Wknight94
published on 12 April 2017

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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