The Pantheon and Other Secrets of Rome's Campus Martius

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm. Italian Cultural & Community Center - 1101 Milford St - Houston, TX 77006. Doors open at 6:45 pm. $10 ICCC Members | $15 Non-members. Get tickets and information here. Presented by Louis F. Aulbach and Linda C. Gorski of the Houston Archaeological Society. Join us as we reveal the ruins of the structures of the Campus Martius, and as we address some of the mysteries of the Pantheon itself, not the least of which is the answer to the question: Who built the Pantheon?

The Pantheon of Rome is one of the best-preserved buildings of ancient Rome. Although it lies in the Campus Martius, north of the more popular Colosseum, Forum Romanum and Capitoline Hill, the Pantheon was only one building within a large complex of temples, basilicas, bath complexes and other civic buildings of the Late Republic and Early Imperial Era.

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SOURCE: Italian Cultural & Community Center

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