Frontiers of the Roman Empire – The Lower German Limes. Roman finds and inscriptions incorporated in the facade ornamented the exedrashaped tomb of Count John Maurits, Prince of Naussau (1604–1679) at Kleve. The finds have been replaced by reproductions in modern times.
Author: W. Wegener
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