This study of the forum by the University of Virginia includes a photographic survey of its architecture and sensitive maps of Pompeii and its forum leading to 360-degree panoramas.
An illustrated essay with bibliography by Michael Greenhalgh of the Australian National University on the Late Roman palace at Split (Spalato) whose ruins survived to influence Neo-Classical architects.
Illustrated extract from Gert Sperling's contribution to 'Nexus II: Architecture and Mathematics', a volume of papers from a conference in 1998.
Course notes by Dr. Franklin Toker of Pittsburgh University, providing an illustrated introduction and major works.
San Jose State University provides an extensive gallery of expandable images, accessed via pull-down menu and selection from an array. Basic information is given for each.
Virtual reconstructions of the Theatre of Marcellus and Circus Maximus.
An illustrated introduction to Roman columns and arches by Jordan Drew, with images of famous Roman buildings and the three main orders - Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.
Computer model of the temple complex built by Sulla, complete with walkthroughs. Also photographs of the existing remains.
Howard Partridge provides a gallery of his photographs of buildings and ruins in Rome from c.179 BC to 141 AD. Part of the Cupola Collection.
Great Buildings Online provides images and commentary on some of the best-known buildings of the Roman world.