Artist's reconstruction of the Mausoleum of Augustus(27 BC-14 AD) in Rome. -It was a tome built by the Roman Emperor, and many fates fell upon it. It was pillaged, and urns and ashes scattered. Even later it was used as fortification, but after a lost battle, it was abandoned, and thus became a ruin.
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Este é um desenho reconstrução do que o forte romano em Portchester parecia em AD 345. As escavações arqueológicas sugerem que a fortificação romana em Portchester foi construído entre 285-290 AD. É edifício, provavelmente, refere-se a uma série de (Saxon) ataques "bárbaras" ao longo das costas da Grã-Bretanha e na Gália (França) neste momento.
View of a reconstruction of a Roman living room. This reconstruction shows a living room of a wealthy London house in c300 AD. It is on show at the Roman gallery, Museum of London. The mosaic floor was found in 1869 during the reconstruction of Queen Victoria Street. The mosaic is made of various coloured cubes of stone and ceramic. It was revelead to the public in 1869. The reconstruction setting is of similar date and the wall painting is based on plaster fragments from Austin Friars.