This surprising view of the Forum is through a window of the Tabularium.
In the foreground, the roofs of the temple of Vespasian, on the right,
and of the Concord on the left. The triumphal column facing the Basilica Julia,
might be Phocas’s Column, erected a long time after the Rome of Constantine,
since it was set up in 608 to honour the Byzantine usurper Phocas.