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View looking north at the southern entrance (dromos) to the mausoleum complex. This was the only entrance to the family tomb.
The long corridor (dromos) was originally flanked by two obelisks from Egypt—now erected in the Piazza del Quirinale and Piazza dell'Esquilino. And, a copy of the deeds of Augustus, the Res Gestae, were inscribed on bronze tablets near this entrance. They have disappeared, but copies of this document are still preserved on the walls of the Augustus Temple in Ankara—In Latin and Greek. Other partial copies have been found—for example at Pisidian Antioch.