Il tempio presso S. Salvatore in Campo: lo stato della questione
In: Bullettino della Commissione Archeologica Comunale di Roma: 113, 2014
This paper presents a new study of the architecture of the marble remains located under the Church of “S. Salvatore in Campo” in Rome. The elements have been recognized as parts of the Temple of Mars in Circo, built near the area of the Circus Flaminius, by Decius Iunius Brutus Callaecus around 133 BC.
The architectural plan was created by Hermodoros of Salamis, a Greek architect. The intent of the paper is to focus on the architectural manner of the late Republican period of Rome, characterized by the presence of several artistic influences.