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Italy: Rome 2012
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In the early 4th century, Emperor Constantine, the first Christian emperor of Rome, ordered to build a basilica on Vatican Hill. The location was symbolic, this was the place where Saint Peter, the chief apostle, was buried in 64 AD. A small shrine already existed on the site but it was now replaced by a large church building. The new basilica, St Peter’s Basilica, consecrated in 326 AD, was completed around 349 AD – this drawing was completed late 2012 AD.
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Rome: St Peter's Basilica – A4 Giclée Print
Price: £15

Format: Giclée Print (signed, unframed)
Print size: 297mm x 210mm
Paper size: 297mm x 210mm (A4)
Print run: unlimited
Postage: £5 UK (£12 International)
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