Photo Gallery: Ancient Rome Reborn in 3-D

Photo Gallery: Ancient Rome Reborn in 3-D
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The Arch of Septimus Severus, dedicated in A.D. 203, still stands amid the ruins of the Forum Romanum.

To the left, the remains of the front entrance to the Temple of Saturn include the oldest surviving structural foundation at the site.

The original temple was likely established around 500 B.C., although the rest of the structureincluding the eight columns that stand todaywas damaged and rebuilt three times.

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