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Corinthian Capitals from the Temple of Hercules, Rome by ortygia on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Two Corinthian capitals from the Temple of Hercules in the Forum Boarium of Rome.  These appear to be Heilmeyer’s Group B/C of the Tiberian period.  That is, later replacements of the original Pentelic capitals those here are of Luna marble).
The most important monograph on the temple is:
F. Rakob and W-D Heilmeyer, Der Rundtempel am Tiber in Rom (Mainz am Rhein 1973)

Corinthian Capitals from the Temple of Hercules, Rome by ortygia on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Two Corinthian capitals from the Temple of Hercules in the Forum Boarium of Rome. These appear to be Heilmeyer’s Group B/C of the Tiberian period. That is, later replacements of the original Pentelic capitals those here are of Luna marble).
The most important monograph on the temple is:
F. Rakob and W-D Heilmeyer, Der Rundtempel am Tiber in Rom (Mainz am Rhein 1973)

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