National Geographic : 1928 Jan
() National Geographic Society . utocnrome oy rians riiaenorana A PORTION OF A ROMAN EMPEROR'S PALACE FORMS SPLIT'S TOWNSQUARE This was the center and most beautiful part of Diocletian's palace (see also Color Plate III). Motleylittle shops and houses cling like parasites to the blackened columns of cipollino and rose-colored granite on the right. The columns on the left frontthe emperor's mausoleum, now the Cathedral. The four rear columns belong to what was formerly the Vestibule, at the entrance to the imperial apartments.