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  1. The Pantheon is a state property, managed by Italy's Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism through the Polo Museale del Lazio. In 2013, it was visited by over 6 million people. The Pantheon's large circular domed cella, with a conventional temple portico front, was unique in Roman architecture. Nevertheless, it became a standard exemplar when classical styles were revived, and has been copied many times by later architects.

  2. Le Panthéon de Rome est un édifice religieux antique situé sur la piazza della Rotonda (Rome), bâti sur l'ordre d'Agrippa au I er siècle av. J.-C.. Endommagé par plusieurs incendies, il fut entièrement reconstruit sous Hadrien (début du II e siècle). À l’origine, le Panthéon était un temple dédié à toutes les divinités de la religion antique.

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    Het oorspronkelijke gebouw dateerde uit 27 v. Chr. en werd gebouwd onder het consulaat van Marcus Agrippa. De tempel werd in 80 n. Chr. tijdens een grote brand verwoest. Onder keizer Domitianus werd het Pantheon weer hersteld. In 110 tijdens de regering van keizer Trajanus (Keizer van 98 tot 117) werd het Pantheon door de bliksem getroffen. Voor de...

    Voor de rotunda, het ronde deel van het gebouw, bevindt zich een portico (breedte: 34,2 meter) bestaande uit drie rijen Korinthische zuilen (acht in de eerste rij, zestien in totaal). De rotunda zelf heeft naast de apsis, die precies tegenover de ingang ligt, zes nissen die elk gedragen worden door twee Korintische zuilen. Elke nis wordt aan beide ...

    Piazza della Rotonda is het drukbezochte plein dat ligt voor het Pantheon. Hoewel niet de feitelijke naam van het plein, staat het ook wel bekend als 'het plein van het Pantheon'.In het midden van het plein staat een fontein, de Pantheonfontein.De fontein werd in 1711 in opdracht van paus Clemens XI door Filippo Barignoni uitgebreid met een stenen ...

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    (en) Pantheon. uit (en) S. Platner. A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, 1929. later herzien door T Ashby
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    Site and earlier buildings

    The site of the Panthéon had great significance in Paris history, and was occupied by a series of monuments. It was on Mount Lucotitius, a height on the Left Bank where the forum of the Roman town of Lutetia was located. It was also the original burial site of Saint Genevieve, who had led the resistance to the Huns when they threatened Paris in 451. In 508, Clovis, King of the Franks, constructed a church there, where he and his wife were later buried in 511 and 545. The church, originally de...


    1. Soufflot's original plan for the Church of Saint Genevieve (1756) 2. Soufflot's final plan: the principal facade (1777) 3. Soufflot's plan of the three domes, one within another 4. Looking upward at the first and second domes 5. Iron rods were used to give greater strength and stability to the stone structure (1758–90) King Louis XV vowed in 1744 that if he recovered from his illness he would replace the dilapidated church of the Abbey of St Genevieve with a grander building worthy of the...

    The Revolution – The "Temple of the Nation"

    1. The Tomb of Jean-Jacques Rousseau 2. The Panthéon in 1795. The facade windows were bricked up to make the interior darker and more solemn. 3. Tomb and statue of Voltaire 4. Transfer of ashes of Voltaireto the Pantheon (1791) The Church of Saint Genevieve was nearly complete, with only the interior decoration unfinished, when the French Revolution began in 1789. In 1790, the Marquis de Vilette proposed that it be made a temple devoted to liberty, on the model of the Pantheon in Rome. "Let u...


    The final plan of the dome was accepted in 1777, and it was completed in 1790. It was designed to rival those of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome and St Paul's Cathedral in London. Unlike the dome of Les Invalides in Paris, which has a wooden framework, the dome is constructed entirely of stone. It is actually three domes, one within the other, with the painted ceiling, visible from below, on the second dome. The dome is 83.0 metres (272 ft) high, compared with the tallest dome in the world, St....

    Facade, peristyle and entrance

    1. Main facade 2. The pediment, with the central figures of the Nation and Liberty: statesmen and scholars to the left, soldiers to the right The facade and peristyle on the east side, modeled after a Greek temple, features Corinthian columns and pedimental sculpture by David d'Angers, completed in 1837. The sculpture on this pediment, replacing an early pediment with religious themes, represents "The Nation distributing crowns handed to her by Liberty to great men, civil and military, while...

    Narthex and naves

    1. Panoramic view of interior 2. Saint Genevieve as a child in prayer, by Puvis de Chavannes(1876) 3. Joan of Arc at Orleans, by Jules Eugène Lenepveu The primary decoration of the Western Nave is a series of paintings, beginning in the Narthex, depicting the lives of Saint Denis, the patron saint of Paris, and longer series on the life of Saint Genevieve, by Puvis de Chavannes, Alexandre Cabanel, Jules Eugène Lenepveu and other notable history painters of the 19th century. The paintings of t...

    A corridor of the Crypt
    Tomb of Louis Braille
    Tombs of Victor Hugo (left), Alexandre Dumas (center), and Emile Zola(right)
    Panteón Nacional, Caracas
    Church of Santa Engrácia, Lisbon
    Lebeurre, Alexia (2000). The Pantheon: Temple of the Nation. Paris: Éditions du Patrimoine. ISBN 978-2-858-223435.
    Oudin, Bernard (1994). Dictionnaire des Architectes (in French). Seghers. ISBN 2-232-10398-6.
  4. The Pantheon (meaning "Temple of all the gods") is a building in Rome. It was originally built as a temple to the gods of Ancient Rome, and rebuilt about 126 AD during Hadrian's reign. Today, it is not known what gods were included. The Pantheon is the best preserved of all Roman buildings. Since it was built, it has always been used.

  5. Pantheon (Róma) [ bevezető szerkesztése] Ez a szócikk a római templomról szól. Hasonló címmel lásd még: Pantheon (egyértelműsítő lap). Alaprajz Keresztmetszet A Pantheon t i. e. 27 -ben emeltette Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, valószínűleg a korabeli Róma minden istenének együttes tiszteletére.

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