When in Rome, I encountered the flood markers on the side of Santa Maria sopra Minerva church. Here is one I found online.
The walk of a few blocks from Santa Maria sopra Minerva to the Pantheon is slightly downhill and then the Pantheon is set down further still. I was thinking just now that if the water was as high as the markers at Santa Maria sopra Minerva then the Pantheon would have been completely underwater.
So my question - was the Pantheon completely submerged when Rome flooded?
The "Great Flood" of the Tiber was 1557 as indicated on the marker. Other major floods that century were in 1530 and 1598.