Interior view of Trajan's Basilica (Basilica Ulpia), as restored by Canina.
Basilica , a word of Greek origin, frequently used in Latin literature and inscriptions to denote a large covered building that could accommodate a considerable number of people. Strictly speaking, a basilica was a building of this kind situated near the business centre of a city and arranged for the convenience of merchants, litigants and persons engaged on the public service; but in a derived sense the word might be used for any large structure wherever situated, such as a hall of audience (Vitruv. vi. 5. 2) or a covered promenade (St Jerome, Ep. 46) in a private palace
General George Armstrong Custer portrait and signature
Exercises in Riding School (vaulting)
A Duel in the Riding School
A Fatigue Party of Dragoons
Dragoon in full dress uniform 1880
Dragoon sitting on his bed eating from mess-tin