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Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Above the moldings is the white limestone pavement of the temple.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.

Sora, Lazio, Church of S. Maria Assunta (12th c. CE), built on the podium of a Roman temple of the Republican period. The temple is of uncertain date; while it certainly postdates the deduction of the colony in 303 BCE, and has traditionally been assigned to the 3rd c., it could as well date to the late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE. The podium is built of local travertine.

 

See Sora on Pleiades.