Abstract
In Piranesi's Campo Marzio, it was necessary to find a method toward deciphering complexities bundled in seeming chaos. To accomplish this, major figures had to be identified and removed for further examination. This process created a typology of Piranesian figures in which one became familiar due to historical models.
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Piranesi Project
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Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy
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