• Caption: A view of the Forum in Rome. The three columns on the left are part of the Temple of Castor and Pollux (with the Palatine Hill behind them), erected in 484 BC, while the single column near the right is the Column of Phocas, which was moved there from some ancient building in the 7th Century AD to commemorate the conversion of the Pantheon into a church. (March 17, 1998)