“The Pyramid of Caius Cestius” is an 18th Century drawing by an unknown artist. It has been restored, clarified, and brightened to create a beautiful image that would be perfect for junk journals, illustrated planners, scrapbooks, or any other visual product. This is a structure from Roman antiquity, estimated to have been created between 18 and 12 BC.
- Instant Download
- Reuse as many times as you like.
- Image is resizable, can go over 10” x 13”.
- Image is 300 DPI.
- Beautiful, original calligraphy was left on the bottom of the image that reads: “The Pyramid of Caius Cestius.”
- Junk Journals
- Various other Journals (prayer, gratitude, pregnancy, reflective, or travel).
- Poetry Book
- Wall Art
- Illustrated Content (article, poetry, short stories).
- Greeting Cards
- Certificates or Commemorative Letters
- Itineraries or Programs
- and much more!
You agree to the following terms when you purchase and download my files:
- You can use these images, pages, or wall hangings for any personal project, as many times as you like.
- You can use these images in physical products you then sell (such as: albums, junk journals, diaries, wall art, scrapbooks, other physical art work)
- You can resize these images to suit your projects.
- You agree not to digitally reproduce these images, not to share or sell these images, and not to use them for ulterior commercial purposes. You may not claim this ephemera is your own work, regardless of use.