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- The Esquiline Hill (/ˈɛskwɪlaɪn/; Latin: Collis Esquilinus; Italian: Esquilino [eskwiˈliːno]) is one of the Seven Hills of Rome. Its southernmost cusp...
- The Esquiline Venus, depicting the goddess Venus (i.e. Gr**** Aphrodite), is a smaller-than-life-size Roman nude marble sculpture of a female in sandals...
- Querquetul****; Celio) Capitoline Hill (Mons Capitolinus; Campidoglio) Esquiline Hill (Collis Esquilinus; Esquilino) Palatine Hill (Collis or Mons Palatinus;...
- Constantinople, Alexandria, and either Antioch (more usual, as in the Esquiline Treasure of about 380 AD) or Trier, as in the Calendar of 354. The Tychai...
- The Esquiline Treasure is an ancient Roman silver treasure that was found in 1793 on the Esquiline Hill in Rome. The ****d is considered an important example...
- The Esquiline Necropolis (Italian - Necropoli dell'Esquilino) was a prehistoric necropolis on the Esquiline in Rome, in use until the end of the 1st century...
- gardens. The walled villa, buildings, and gardens were located on the Esquiline Hill, atop the agger of the Servian Wall and its adjoining necropolis...
- The Porta Esquilina (or Esquiline Gate) was a gate in the Servian Wall, of which the Arch of Gallienus is extant today. Tradition dates it back to the...
- archaic Esquiline necropolis have been found near the north-west corner of the modern Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, that is, outside the Esquiline gate of...
- Modern works are numerous. Ancient Greco-Roman sculptures such as the Esquiline Venus and Sleeping Ariadne served as inspirations for later artworks portraying...