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Hole in the Top of the Pantheon

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 Stephen Campbell
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published on 02 May 2017
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The famous hole in the dome of the Pantheon, Rome. Built by Emperor Hadrian, c.125 CE, to honor all the gods in the Roman Empire. Later consecrated as a Christian Church under Constantine the Great.

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 Stephen Campbell
Craig Campbell M.A. History Instructor, Author and Academic Tutor for Trident Technical College & The Citadel in the USA. I teach Ancient History as part of my World Civilization and Western Civilization courses. Traveled Athens, Rome, and Euphrates R.

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