Giovanni Battista Piranesi

Oct 4, 1720 - Nov 9, 1778

Giovanni Battista Piranesi was an Italian Classical archaeologist, architect, and artist, famous for his etchings of Rome and of fictitious and atmospheric "prisons". He was the father of Francesco Piranesi and Laura Piranesi.
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The Roman antiquities, t. 2, Plate XII. Prospectus and Profile of a tomb of the previous rooms (1756)

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The Roman antiquities, t. 1, Plate XXVII. The Seven Halls. (1756)

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The Roman antiquities, t. 1, Plate XXX. Forum Nervae. (1756)

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The Roman antiquities, t. 1, Plate II. Map of ancient Rome and Forma Urbis. (1756)

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The Roman antiquities, t. 2, Plate XVI. Inscriptions and fragments of the burial chambers of the Family Arrunzia (figures carved from Barbault).. (1756)

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The Roman antiquities, t. 1, Plate XVIII. Ruins of the Tempio della Speranza Vecchia. (1756)

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The Roman antiquities, t. 1, Plate XII. Aqua Alsietina. (1756)

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