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S. Lorenzo in Miranda

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A fuller website is on its way; the first step toward it is to provide you with some collected source material.

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Since S. Lorenzo started life as a Roman temple, your logical first stop for detailed information will be the article in Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome.

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My Web transcriptions of Christian Hülsen's Le Chiese di Roma nel Medio Evo and Mariano Armellini's Le Chiese di Roma are each for the moment only partly online: but they do both include cross-linked sections on this church.

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6 Jul 20