Rzymski hortus jako jeden z symboli miasta nad Tybrem. Krajobraz sepulkralny w przestrzeniach Rzymu od IV w. p.n.e. do I w. n.e.

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sepulchral landscape

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Dworniak, J. (2016). Rzymski hortus jako jeden z symboli miasta nad Tybrem. Krajobraz sepulkralny w przestrzeniach Rzymu od IV w. p.n.e. do I w. n.e. Studia Europaea Gnesnensia, (13), 289–307. https://doi.org/10.14746/seg.2016.13.15


The land and its cultivation had an important place in the minds and hearts of people living on the Tiber. As Roman culture developed, there evolved a tradition of building tombs which were to serve the living rather than the dead. This led to a widespread practice of designing “sepulchral landscapes” which became a fixed feature of Rome’s architectural space. Thus the necropolises gained a new function, becoming vibrant parks which offered an ideal locus amoenus



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