Ostia. View along the road lined by ruins at the fortifications of the harbor town of ancient Rome. Wood engraving after Albert Hertel (1843 Berlin 1912) for Adolf Closs, Stuttgart. (1876.) Inscribed: within the subject AH (joint) 74., otherwise typographically in German as above. 4¾ × 7¼ in (11.9 × 18.5 cm).

Civita Castellana

BACK: Civita Castellana. In front a viaduct. Wood engraving after Karl Lindemann-Frommel (Markirch, Alsace, 1819 – Rome 1892). Inscribed: within the subject Lindemann pinx., otherwise typographically in German as above. 3⅜ × 6 in (8.6 × 15.4 cm). – L.-F. was pupil of his adoptive father C. L. Frommel in Karlsruhe with subsequent studies in Munich (Rottmann) and Paris. Following his stay at Rome 1845/49 the final emigration in 1856. – On both sides continuous impressions by a traveler from the north.

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