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The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
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07-16-2017 06:17 PM

 



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The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
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The Best Preserved Roman Temple? From Emperors to Founding Fathers, Elite Connections Maintained the Maison Carrée
ancient-origins.net
23 March, 2017

The Maison Carrée (which means ‘Square House’ in French) is an ancient monument located in Nîmes, a city in the Occitanie region of southern France. This building was built during the 1st century BC, when France, then part of Gaul, was ruled by the Romans. The Maison Carrée originally served as a temple, though its function changed several times over millennia. It is due to its almost constant use throughout the ages that the survival of this ancient building has been ensured. The Maison Carrée is often considered to be one of the best-preserved Roman temples that is still in existence today.

The Maison Carrée was commissioned by Marcus Agrippa, Augustus’ right hand man, son-in-law, and intended successor. Whilst it is not known when exactly the temple was built, it has been speculated that the construction of the Roman monument took place at some point of time between 19 BC and 12 BC. Agrippa is known to have been in Gaul in 19 BC, and he died in 12 BC, hence these dates.

Originally, the Maison Carrée was dedicated to the emperor’s protective spirit (the genius Augusti) and the goddess Roma (dea Roma). Shortly after that, the Romans rededicated it to Lucius and Gaius Caesar, the sons of Agrippa and Julia the Elder (Augustus’ only biological child), who were adopted by the Emperor.

As this adoption made the boys heir to the imperial throne, it has been suggested that it was meant to serve as an effort to promote the imperial cult. A bronze dedicatory inscription, which read, “To Gaius Caesar, son of Augustus, Consul; to Lucius Caesar, son of Augustus, Consul designate; to the princes of youth”, could be seen by those visiting the temple. This dedication was removed during the Middle Ages, but has since been reconstructed based on the holes in the temple’s façade. The temple may have been rededicated to the Emperor and Roma again at a later point in time.


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loNeNLI
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07-16-2017 07:00 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
the Capitol in DC ofcourse...

and for reason.
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07-16-2017 07:11 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
loNeNLI  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:00 PM)
the Capitol in DC ofcourse...

and for reason.


The article talks about Thomas Jefferson getting inspiration from the Maison Carrée...
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07-16-2017 07:23 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
How about the Pantheon in Rome? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon,_Rome
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07-16-2017 07:24 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:23 PM)
How about the Pantheon in Rome? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon,_Rome


It's beautiful. Was it a temple?
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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:11 PM)
loNeNLI  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:00 PM)
the Capitol in DC ofcourse...

and for reason.


The article talks about Thomas Jefferson getting inspiration from the Maison Carrée...

the type building is like a 'statement' love

its irrelevant whether it is from 'masonry'
those are just a shoot-off from the Roman Empire..

like the ground it sits upon, 'mary-land'
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07-16-2017 07:28 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:24 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:23 PM)
How about the Pantheon in Rome? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon,_Rome


It's beautiful. Was it a temple?

Yes it was a temple dedicated to all the gods, from pan ( all ) theos ( gods ). It's now a church.
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07-16-2017 07:31 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
loNeNLI  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:24 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:11 PM)
The article talks about Thomas Jefferson getting inspiration from the Maison Carrée...

the type building is like a 'statement' love

its irrelevant whether it is from 'masonry'
those are just a shoot-off from the Roman Empire..

like the ground it sits upon, 'mary-land'

..compare the 'white house'
nothing wrong, no

yet sumerian enki's (=Horus) mansion was E-KUR, 'white house'

while sumerian Inanna became the roman empire's main deity
ruling the Vatican
[as 'mary']

These seats of power [also the liberty statue as her]
are Nonsense to those 'who dont believe in it',
yet its completely Irrelevant whether 'people do not believe in it' -
it works that way.


The vatican is but a fortress of old men
but they have a serious personal Pitbull -- the US.
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loNeNLI
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07-16-2017 07:45 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
..because everything a human does or says [or builds] has an effect, see

with every action he 'makes a choice, which consciousness he serves'

..he may think it is 'his own'
-- but there is No such thing
and is but blind, selfproud Delusion

..if you go build an iron pole in an open field
you can expect lighting to hit it right

so with actions - and with buildings.
And with names.

..that is why there is such a thing as 'occult rituals'
last one being the Grenfell tower burning, London

as fire-sacrifice

the building, the names involved, and the nature
[plus the most questionable start of it]
turns the event into a changing, or submitting to, a consciousness
- but by devious Trickery
using innocent lives
as by all their Rituals.

So is the US 1 large generator of rituals
while it's own people become harsh, selfish and totally blind

...yet no-one makes the Link to 'another consciousness ruling them'
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07-16-2017 07:51 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
loNeNLI  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:45 PM)
So is the US 1 large generator of rituals
while it's own people become harsh, selfish and totally blind

...yet no-one makes the Link to 'another consciousness ruling them'

..they still think "it is their own"

yet they are Molded into becoming ultra-individuals,
choking their own soul [which fortunately most still have !]

but Canaan is só smart,
using his own islam-faith to set some precedents,
while the same time using his other limb as 'science' and materialism,
to Erase the idea in people,
that "they are ruled by anóther consciousness",

but that "their present consciousness is their own free choice".

Rofl

..and my god he defeats his 100 ds of millions with that silly Lie...
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07-16-2017 07:54 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:23 PM)
How about the Pantheon in Rome? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon,_Rome

I don't know the history of that building but just looking at it, I'd say the round addition on the back isn't part of the original design.
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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:54 PM)
I don't know the history of that building but just looking at it, I'd say the round addition on the back isn't part of the original design.


The main round body is original.
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loNeNLI
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07-16-2017 07:56 PM

 



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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
..i wasnt trolling your thread

just saying that there are many aspects we dont realize, usually

but 'they' know. Very well.
and that includes 'seats of power' .. represented in buildings.


[remember O's inaguration few years ago ?
an entire fkn temple was built as decor..]
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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:56 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:54 PM)
I don't know the history of that building but just looking at it, I'd say the round addition on the back isn't part of the original design.


The main round body is original.

I doubt it, because they knew post and beam construction but plates and shells developed later.
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RE: The Best Preserved Roman Temple?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:58 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 07:56 PM)
The main round body is original.

I doubt it, because they knew post and beam construction but plates and shells developed later.

true
but the very type construction, as "dome"
read as circle
is the Pantheon's type mathematical construct

everything of the pantheon is circular / vortexlike
as the fibinacci-construct
or the deluded serpentinely walking around the mecca cube [sic]
where everything straight is eden's

so
the very 'invention' of 'circular domes'
shows already from which consciousness they got that 'idea'

okay


compare obelisks
[as in DC]
they are, without exeption, phalluses
read : the pantheon's type aspect
cause théy have "phalluses large as horses'" [Henoch]
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