Italy, Pozzuoli with the Mole of Caligula
This is a Digital Image not an actual print
The ‘mole’ of Caligula is actually the remains of one of the several piles which supported the mole or pier of ancient Puteoli. It was from this pier that Caligula began his floating bridge of boats across the bay to Baiae.
Drawn by J D Harding and engraved by Robert Brandard for ‘The Tourist in Italy – The Landscape Annual for 1832’, by Thomas Roscoe. Published by Jennings and Chaplin, London 1832.
Original image size 141 x 101 mm
Digital image size 4475 x 2876 px
37.9 cm x 24.4 cm (300 dpi)