Ancient Rome thrown into the limekiln

17th century Rome, life amongst the ruins. The slow dismantlement of the ancient city, used as construction material.

Art Historian author of a book about the destruction of cultural heritage by intolerance and greed, Lost Treasures https://lost-treasures-intolerance-greed.com/

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Guillaume Deprez

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Art Historian author of a book about the destruction of cultural heritage by intolerance and greed, Lost Treasures https://lost-treasures-intolerance-greed.com/

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