Talk:Baths of Titus
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I think that Baths of Titus are located at the base of Esquilino Hill, instead of Palatino Hill. Here there is an article of roman town council. Ciao, Mac from italian wiki.
The article says "They were at the base of the .. hill with the emperor's palace at the top of the hill by Augustus". Does anyone know what "by Augustus" is intended to mean? I've removed it for now as it doesn't seem like a real english sentence, but I'd be happy to put the information back if we can do so in a way that makes sense. --Culix 19:01, 10 December 2006 (UTC)
"A good description of the context in which the baths were constructed and then overbuilt can be found in the Yale Open video lectures by Diana E.E. Kleiner. Lecture 12 includes a discussion of the Baths of Titus.
Lecture 12 - The Creation of an Icon: The Colosseum and Contemporary Architecture in Rome as author at YALE HSAR 252 - Roman Architecture with Professor Diana E. E. Kleiner ."