Charlotte, unselfish in the Forum, would have tried a sweeter temper than Lucy's, and once, in the Baths of Caracalla
, they had doubted whether they could continue their tour.
John Lateran, the Campagna, the Appian Way, the Seven Hills, the Baths of Caracalla
, the Claudian Aqueduct, the Cloaca Maxima--the eternal bore designed the Eternal City, and unless all men and books do lie, he painted every thing in it
A short time before they reached the Baths of Caracalla
the carriage stopped, Peppino opened the door, and the count and Franz alighted.
The concert at the ancient Baths of Caracalla
was The Three Tenors with Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti.
It was a tragedy that Elmes never got to see his masterpiece, and especially the interior of The Great Hall, the inspiration for which he drew from the Baths of Caracalla
, in Rome.
And it was the architectural statements of those past dynasties which inspired him -- most notably the great baths of Caracalla
in Rome, with their massive barrel vaulted ceiling.
We do not know exactly what great Roman buildings such as the Pantheon and the Baths of Caracalla
looked like but their claddings of thin marble and metal sheets were presumably manufactured off-site and transported to cover and haptically transform the huge masses of masonry.
Rather than follow the example of nineteenth-century artists who painted industry in the image of Blake's "dark Satanic mills" or as something akin to the Baths of Caracalla
with gears and pistons added, Ross describes the fleshy reefs and ruins of his brave new genomic world with a wry appreciation of their hybrid aesthetic heritage and a sense of the fun that can always be had by playing stylishly with the objects of our anxiety.
Neglected monuments, such as the giant stealae of Aksum, the mountain palace at Sigiriya, and the Colossal Buddha of Bamiyan, are set beside the Baths of Caracalla
in Rome and the magnificent palace of Persepolis.
The section, near the Baths of Caracalla
, was part of the city fortifications built between 271 and 275AD.
The trio made its debut at the 1990 World Cup, at the ancient baths of Caracalla
FIGURE 4 shows that samples from Hadrian's Villa, the Pantheon, the Baths of Caracalla
and from a Roman column re-used in the Palazzo Borghese all have compositions consistent with an origin at the Mons Claudianus quarry, but also partly within error limits of Kozak.