The public building designed for horse-racing
Emperor Maxentius never saw his Basilica finished...but this is most likely what it looked like.
House of the Vestal
Like a modern-day monastery, the House of the Vestal Virgins was a self-contained world of strict morality.
Forum of Caesar
A veritable museum of Greek pictures and sculptures, the Forum naturally also had a statue of Caesar himself.
The "Colossus" would hold up to 50,000 cheering citizens. Let the games begin!
With the flooring gone, we today can see the underground network of passageways hidden from the Roman spectators.