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Old St Peter's, 19th-century reconstruction
Old St Peter's, 19th-century reconstruction
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19th-century drawing of St. Peter's Basilica as it is thought to have looked around 1450. The Vatican obelisk is on the left, still standing on the sp
19th-century drawing of St. Peter's Basilica as it is thought to have looked around 1450. The Vatican obelisk is on the left, still standing on the spot where it was erected on the orders of the Emperor Caligula in 37 AD.
Fresco showing cutaway view of Constantine's St. Peter's Basilica as it looked in the 4th century
Fresco showing cutaway view of Constantine's St. Peter's Basilica as it looked in the 4th century
Maarten van Heemskerck – Santa Maria della Febbre, Vatican obelisk, Saint Peter's Basilica in construction (1532)
Maarten van Heemskerck – Santa Maria della Febbre, Vatican obelisk, Saint Peter's Basilica in construction (1532)
Fontana della Pigna (1st century AD), which stood in the courtyard of the Old St. Peter's Basilica during the Middle Ages and then moved again, in 160
Fontana della Pigna (1st century AD), which stood in the courtyard of the Old St. Peter's Basilica during the Middle Ages and then moved again, in 1608, to a vast niche in the wall of the Vatican facing the Cortile della Pigna, located in Vatican City, in Rome, Italy