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Set between two porphyry columns that support a reused marble architrave are the original bronze doors of the Temple of Divus Romulus, deified by his father Maxentius in AD 309 when the boy is presumed to have died. They open into a rotunda fifty Roman feet in diameter covered by a cupola, which is accessible from the rear through the Basilica of Santi Cosma e Damiano.
Size: 45.2mm x 42.3mmThickness: 3.3mmWeight: 37gTrackable? YesOwn Icon: YesComes with matching pin badge