Domus Flavia Labyrinth - Palatino Roma

Domus Flavia Labyrinth - Palatino Roma

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For this maze we chose the path of the Labyrinth of the Domus Flavia.
Made of white Carrara marble, the Tarsie are dark green pearly serpentine, a now unobtainable varieties. With this same metamorphic stones and with white Carrara marble was built the famous church of Sant'Andrea in Levanto, a rare example of Gothic Ligururian church.

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Width 30.31 in 77 cm
Length 26.77 in 68 cm
Thickness 3.15 in 8 cm
Weight 264.55 lbs 120 Kg
Manufacturing Recuperando srl
Material White Carrara marble
Note 01 Repro 1:1

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Five whole working days be necessary to execute this artifact. The design is inspired by and follows the design of fountain in the Peristyle of the Domus Flavia.

The Flavian Palace, also known as the Domus Flavia or Domus Augustana, is the vast residential complex of the Roman Emperors on the Palatine Hill in Rome. It was completed in 92 AD during the reign of Titus Flavius Domitianus, more commonly known as the Emperor Domitian, and attributed to his master architect, Rabirius.
The term Domus Flavia is a modern invention used to describe the northern section of the Domitianic Palace, that designed for public ceremony, reception, and entertainment. It is interconnected with the domestic wing to the south, though in Antiquity the Palace was always referred to as one unit, the Domus Augustana.
The imposing ruins which flank the southwestern side of the Palace above the Circus Maximus are a later addition built by Septimius Severus; they are the supporting piers for a large extension which completely covered the western slope.


 

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