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The Temples of Vespasian and Saturn, with the Temple of Castor Beyond, the Forum, Rome

by Thomas Hartley Cromek

The Temples of Vespasian and Saturn, with the Temple of Castor Beyond, the Forum, Rome - Thomas Hartley Cromek
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The Temples of Vespasian and Saturn, with the Temple of Castor Beyond, the Forum, Rome - Thomas Hartley Cromek

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English: "The Temples of Vespasian and Saturn, with the Temple of Castor Beyond, the Forum, Rome" oil on Canvas.
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Thomas Hartley Cromek

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