Antique Monument Records

The Name of the Antique Monument appears in bold font in the heading followed by the Object Type (Antique Monument) and the CensusID. If the object is hierarchically subordinate to another object, the hierarchically superordinate structure appears in gray above the title (you can read more about the hierarchical structure of the Census data here).

Below this is the pool in which the record is kept (this is always Census).

Underneath, tags may appear. The tags indicate if there are images attached to this record that are available for Download.

If an Antique Monument is hierarchically subordinate to another monument (e.g., a column base which is part of a temple), the parent monument, the so-called father entry, is displayed in the Parent entry field. To access the Parent entry, click on the row of three dots to the left of the thumbnail image. Then select Open Full Record to show the Parent entry in Detail view, or Show in Quick View to view the Parent entry in a pop-up window. Note that in this example, the Parent entry is the ancient site where the column base was originally located (the Forum Pacis). The current location of the object, the cloister of San Giovanni in Laterano, is provided in the Overview section of the record.

Below, the Main Antique Monument field shows whether the current monument is the main monument or not. In this example, the main antique monument is the Forum Pacis, not the Decorated base from the Forum Pacis.

The Name field is used to specify the primary name of the Antique Monument. Aliases or alternative names for the Antique Monument are provided in the Overview section.

Underneath you will find the following fields, which are explained in further detail in this section:


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