Flavian Amphitheatre (Rome, Italy)

Published/Created:
ca. 70-82
Notes:
The Flavius amphitheatre is the biggest and most imposing in the Roman world, but is also the most famous monument in Rome and is known as the "Colosseum" or "Coliseum". Started by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavia family, it was opened by his son Titus in 80 A.D.
Variant Titles:
Colosseum, Rome
Topics:
Architecture -- Italy -- Rome -- (LC)
Period/Style:
Early Empire
Culture:
Roman
Accession Number:
3879-066
Box:
14
Genre:
amphitheaters (built works) (AAT)
postcards (AAT)
Format:
Image
Content Type:
Archives or Manuscripts
Prints & Photographs
Sculptures, Models, & Architecture
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Yale Community Only
Source Title:
Miscellaneous Postcard Collection
Call Number:
VRC 170
Orbis Record:
8152890
Orbis Barcode:
39002075110396
Yale Collection:
Visual Resources Collection
Digital Collection:
Visual Resources Collection
Local Record Number:
Portfolio Item ID: 331101
OID:
10008305
PID:
digcoll:1862710