Antique Print of the Temple of Jupiter Stator

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Antique print titled 'Temple of Jupiter Stator'. Large aquatint of the Temple of Jupiter Stator. The Temple of Jupiter Stator was a sanctuary on the slope of the Capitoline Hill. In Roman legend, it was founded by King Romulus after he pledged to build it during a battle between the Roman army and that of the Sabines.

This print originates from ' Antiquities of Rome : comprising twenty-four select views of its principal ruins and a description of each view' by Henry Abbot.

Condition: Good. Light soiling, minor wear. Few creases and tears, mainly in margins. Blank verso, please study image carefully.

Date: 1820

Overall size: 42 x 56 cm.