Giovanni Martino Spanzotti, The saints Evasio (probably) and Peter Martyr. Oil on wood, c. 1595–1600. National Gallery, London.
The tomb of Raphael
Evasius as Bishop of Asti from a 1677 ex voto in the Confraternita della Trinità
The interior of the Pantheon
Facade of the Pantheon
Floor plan of the Pantheon from Georg Dehio/Gustav von Bezold: Kirchliche Baukunst des Abendlandes. Stuttgart: Verlag der Cotta'schen Buchhandlung 1887–1901.
The Pantheon dome. The coffered dome has a central oculus as the main source of natural light.
View of the Pantheon in Rome, including the concrete dome
An 1836 view of the Pantheon by Jakob Alt, showing twin bell towers, in place from early 17th to late 19th centuries.
The interior of the Pantheon in the 18th century, painted by Giovanni Paolo Panini.
The portico
Cross-section of the Pantheon showing how a 43.3-metre diameter sphere fits under its dome.
Beam in the dome of the Pantheon
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Low Memorial Library at Columbia University, designed by Charles Follen McKim
The Rotunda designed by Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia
Pantheon during a cloudy day
The dome photographed with a fisheye lens in 2016
South east view of the Pantheon from Piazza della Minerva, 2006
The dome of the Pantheon seen from the hill of Janiculum
The Pantheon by night
Pantheon 2013
Sideways view across portico
Portico roof from below
Dome by night
Altar
Tomb of King Victor Emmanuel II, "Father of his Country"

Believed to have been a missionary and bishop of Asti, in north-west Italy.

- Evasius

The final niche on this side has a statue of St. Evasius (Sant'Evasio) (1727) by Francesco Moderati.

- Pantheon, Rome
Giovanni Martino Spanzotti, The saints Evasio (probably) and Peter Martyr. Oil on wood, c. 1595–1600. National Gallery, London.

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