Lego® Custom Instructions Tempio di Tellus – Sede del Praefectus Urbis
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Adjacent to the Tempio di Venere e Roma, there was the Tempio di Tellus, consecrated to Mother Earth, of which we know through reliefs dating back to 1500 and from fragments of the Forma Urbis (the ancient map of Rome in marble that occupied one of the of the Foro della pace).
There are no remains of this Temple and it is not possible to establish its architecture. Around it there were presumably some warehouses (horrea) and behind it, next to the Basilica di Massenzio, in place of previous residential buildings, a series of buildings were built for the use of the Praefectus Urbis (the magistrate entrusted with the management of the city), which probably used the nearby Basilica as a hall for public audiences.
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– part listLuca Petraglia & Antonio Cerretti
Both Luca and Antonio are two fans of Lego and Rome. The charm of being able to create something with your own hands and the charm of the architecture of the ancient Romans blend together, creating ancient Rome in its maximum splendor, reproduced with the famous LEGO® bricks.