Within a few weeks, Girault de Prangey had created some of the finest achievements of his journey. They feature images cropped in ways judged radical and modern from today's perspective. His studies are straightforward, often tightly focused and eliminating extraneous background; they are bold and simple compositions.
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This temple, dedicated to the goddess Concordie, has undergone numerous transformations since its original construction in the 4th century BC. It was occasionally used as a meeting place for the Senate. In this plate, Girault de Prangey focuses on the entrance of the temple, characterized by its Corinthian capitals.