Colonna di Foca
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FTMDave
Adria, Italia6.023 kontribusi
The column was the last to be erected in the Roma Forum in 608 AD and is still standing over 1400 years later!
Ditulis pada 5 Juli 2021
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Alessandro F
Milan, Italia25.735 kontribusi
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This column was erected in 608 and was the last monument erected in Roman Forum to honor someone.
The honor was the Byzantine emperor Foca.
Ditulis pada 25 November 2019
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SoCalOregonian
Murrieta, CA9.895 kontribusi
This monument, the last to be added to Foro Romano, in the 600’s is dedicated to Emperor Phocas. It still stands after 1400 years. It is a large column resting upon a white marble base atop a brick plinth.
Ditulis pada 25 Oktober 2019
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ChiefGuru
Decatur, IN3.414 kontribusi
The Column of Phocas (~44 feet tall) stands between the Basilica Julius and the Septimius Severus Arch in the Roman Forum. It is also near the Temple of Saturn, the Temple of Vespasian & Titus and Palazzo Senatorio. This last addition to the Roman Forum (~608 A.D.) honored Emperor Phocas. Phocas became Emperor in 602 AD after murdering his predecessor, Emperor Marius, and his five sons. Phocas was brutally murdered himself in 610 A.D. The column is another "Forum" example of repurposed materials. The fluted marble column and Corinthian capital were appropriated from other monuments, the high plinth on which they stand originally used to support the honorary column to Diocletian (Roman Emperor 284 - 305 A.D.). Byzantine Emperor Phocas's claim to fame is that he was persuaded by Pope Boniface IV to give the Pantheon (~609 A.D.) to the church. The Pantheon (roughly 2/3 mile Northwest from the Column of Phocas) was converted it into a Christian church and consecrated to St. Mary and the Martyrs. This column is not as grand as many of the other structures in the Roman Forum but is worth seeing while you are there.
Ditulis pada 3 September 2019
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SuperTed19
Madison, WI726 kontribusi
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It’s a monument among monuments.
It’s a column among columns.
It’s a tall thing among tall things.
It’s an old thing among old things.
It’s a…

Oh, never mind. It’s not all the interesting by itself, but it has the good fortune of standing where all the tourists go.
Ditulis pada 25 Juli 2019
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MalcH
Loughborough, UK2.734 kontribusi
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In many ways the story i.e. its the last monument to be built on the forum, is better than the monument itself which is just a singular column from top to bottom. Not a lot to see in itself but adds to the overall feel of the place.
Ditulis pada 23 Januari 2019
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nellielim
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4.110 kontribusi
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The Column of Phocas is a monumental column located in the Roman Forum. This Corinthian column stands in its original location among the ruins and is a landmark in the Forum.
Ditulis pada 27 Desember 2018
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SoCalOregonian
Murrieta, CA9.895 kontribusi
Pasangan
This column is located within the Roman forum by the Rostra and erected in honor of Emperor Foca in 608. This monument was the last erected within the Forum. This fluted Corinthian column is about 45 feet in height and rests on a white marble base.
Ditulis pada 16 Juni 2018
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daffystjob
Manchester, UK836 kontribusi
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This column is standing the test of time, it stands, not that tall but still strong and proud amongst a range of monuments and temples at the Roman Forum. This column is one of the less known, less glamorous monuments but it is one that reflects the magic of the Forum. All these smaller ruins are what makes this place so fabulous.
Ditulis pada 19 Maret 2018
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia41.178 kontribusi
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Colonna di Foca was erected in honour of the emperor Phocas, of the Eastern Roman Empire. It was built in the year 608, however, the materials used for its construction were apparently recycled from an earlier structure dating to the 2nd century. Whatever the history behind all that, it is still quite an interesting column to see, if you don't miss it in the huge area known as the Roman Forum.
Ditulis pada 5 November 2017
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