Notes on the Geography of Italy: Classical Rome 1: Photo 19
On the north side of the Roman Forum and just west of the Arch of Titus, this is the north aisle of the Basilica of Constantine, begun by Maxentius. The building was rectangular, with a central hall measuring 285 by 63 feet and flanked by two aisles. The view here is into the only surviving part, the north aisle. The surviving three arches once supported the roof of the central hall and divided the aisle into three interconnected rooms.
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