Pompey and Caesar were rivals for Rome's power and Caesar was famously assassinated here in Pompey's theater. Commonly mistaken to have been killed in the Roman senate house, which was being rebuilt at the time, Caesar met with the Senate in the portico behind the Theater of Pompeii. Today the theater does not remain but the modern buildings stand on the curved foundation of the seating area and maintain that curve in their own design. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).
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