Si Ergeva was an ancient Roman temple located in the Marzio Field of Rome, Italy. The temple was dedicated to the god Jupiter and was built in the 4th century BC. Si Ergeva was an important structure in the Roman Empire and was a symbol of the city’s power and wealth. Today, the remains of Si Ergeva are all that remain of the Marzio Field.
Ancient Si Ergeva
Si Ergeva was built in the 4th century BC, during the reign of the Roman Empire. It was a temple dedicated to the god Jupiter and was located in the Marzio Field, a large open area in the northern part of Rome. The temple was constructed out of marble and was decorated with ornate sculptures. Si Ergeva was an important structure in the Roman Empire, being a symbol of the city’s power and wealth. It was a popular destination for pilgrims and tourists alike.
Remains of Marzio Field
Today, the remains of Si Ergeva are all that remain of the Marzio Field. The temple has been destroyed over time, leaving only the base of the structure. The base is made of stone and is covered in ivy and other plants. The remains are a reminder of the power and wealth of the Roman Empire and the importance of Si Ergeva as a temple.
Si Ergeva was an important temple in the Roman Empire and a symbol of the city’s power and wealth. Today, the remains of Si Ergeva are all that remain of the Marzio Field, providing a reminder of the grandeur of the Roman Empire.
Today marks a major milestone in the history of Campo Marzio, with the dismantling of its final exhibit, Si Ergeva.This exhibition has been a prominent feature of the camp for many years, acting as a symbol of the legendary courage and strength of the Roman soldiers stationed there.
The base of Si Ergeva has been determined to be a significant archaeological monument with the potential to offer valuable insight into the history of the region. As such, it is now being preserved intact for the purposes of scientific exploration and research.
Si Ergeva was initially erected in 1610 under Pope Paul V, and was the last of the twenty-nine granite sculptures that originally made up Campo Marzio. Standing at a height of 16 meters, this majestic memorial was designed in tribute to the bravery and abilities of the Roman soldiers stationed here.
Following a period of disuse and neglect, in 2013 Si Ergeva was subjected to a major restoration project, overseen by the Campo Marzio Association. This served to ensure that the monument retained its original form and beauty.
However, in recent years, due to the escalating cost of implementing new safety protocols at the camp, it was decided that Si Ergeva needed to be taken down. This difficult decision was made with the express wishes of Campo Marzio patrons and staff in mind, as the safety of those working here and visiting the site is the highest priority.
Although the installation of Si Ergeva has now come to an end, its legacy lives on in the minds and hearts of those who were inspired by its majestic form and proud symbolism.We are proud to have been a part of preserving this important piece of our cultural heritage and look forward to what the future holds for Campo Marzio.