HISTORY OF ROMAN ARCHITECTURE
GATE OF HADORIANUS
: Gate of Hadorianus, Greece, Athenai; about A.D.130
- SouthEast view. Hight; 13m, Depth; 2.3m.
- The gate is located the border of old city and new city of Athenai. Hadrianus(117-138 in reign) from Espania was devoted himself to Greek culture and made new city of Athenai.
- The gate has clean proportion and the light and excellent upper part is on the strong Corinthian order columns and pilasters.
Columns of upstairs are Corinthian Order and between them there had been marble walls and statues.
photo: TAKAHIRO TAJI
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